After 600 Pitches, Six Hours of Play, and 19 Innings, the Phillies Beat the Reds

Plus murder in Northern Liberties, Vince Fumo's uncertain future, kids are still getting drunk at the prom and more of what Philly is talking about this morning

Northern Liberties Slaying. Cops are searching for two robbers who opened fire on a convenience store clerk at 3 a.m. near Front and Girard. [FOX 29]

Phils Win in 19 … Yes, 19. Feeling tired today? You don’t know tired. The Phillies beat the Reds last night after more than six hours of baseball, and now they have to do it all over again for a 1:05 p.m. game. [The 700 Level]

Maybe We’ll Go for the Tylenol Instead. Fort Washington pharmaceutical company McNeil Consumer Healthcare was just hit with a $10 million judgment after a three-year-old girl who took Motrin lost 84 percent of her skin, went blind and suffered brain damage. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

Kids Drunk at Prom … Shocker. A suburban school district has suspended more than 20 students who showed up a little tipsy to their prom. [NBC 10]

Another New Casino in Atlantic City. Though the A.C. economy has been plunging into the depths of the abyss, the Hard Rock Cafe says it’s willing to bet on success. Can’t wait. [Press of Atlantic City]

Beach Battle. Just in time for Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of summer, 44 organizations are taking on Governor Christie over a plan they say will destroy their beaches. [Courier Post]

New Jersey Sea Level to Rise a Foot. At least, it is if you believe this Rutgers professor. [Asbury Park Press]

Don’t Have Paid Sick Leave? City Councilmen Bill Greenlee and Darrell Clarke want to change that. [Newsworks]

Hope You Like Prison, Vince. It sounds like a federal appeals court may decide to extend former State Senator Vince Fumo’s stay. [Inquirer]

Beware the Water. Three separate drowning incidents on Wednesday. Be careful out there. [Inquirer]