State Rep Cherelle Parker Arrested for DUI

Plus three cases of measles in Bucks County, violence at a Main Line Starbucks, pissed-off college kids and more of what Philly is talking about today

Are You Vaccinated? Three cases of measles have been reported in Bucks County. Exposure may have occured this past Saturday between 11am and noon at Parx Casino in Bensalem, or Saturday night at the “murder mystery dinner” at the Cock and Bull Restaurant in Lahaska. [CBS3]

Even Robbers Like a Latté Sometimes. After sticking up a Main Line mom and her one-year-old yesterday in the parking lot of a Wayne Starbucks, a man went on a shopping spree and eventually wound up back at the same coffee shop. [NBC10]

State Rep Cherelle Parker Arrested for DUI. Her lawyer released this statement: “Miss Parker regrets putting herself in this position. She’ll address these allegations at the appropriate time.” Parker goes to court on June 1. [Daily News]

In Case You Needed Another Reason to Avoid Field House. In a larger piece about the need for bouncer regulations in PA, we learn about a dude who was thrown through a glass door after a misunderstanding over his bill. [Daily News]

But Can They Make the Red-Jacket Kids Less Aggressively Cheerful? Comcast is giving $20 million to City Year. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

Cranky College Kids. Some Seton Hall students are pissed about commencement speaker Chris Christie. “Someone who is making it difficult for (the graduates) to get a job is speaking as they’re getting their diplomas,” the dean of the college of education explained. [Christie Chronicles]

Former Eagle Gene Gossman Died. A member of the 1960 championship, Gossman died on Sunday at age 76. [Daily News]