Cliff Lee Blanks the Giants

Plus: video of the SEPTA bus shooting, flash-mob teens speak out, a professor commits suicide in front of his class and more of what the city is talking about today

Lee Goes the Distance, Pence Goes Yard. Clifton Phifer tossed a complete-game shutout and Hunter Pence hit his first home run as a Phillie last night as the team beat the Giants and extended their winning streak to seven games. Tonight Hamels and company look to make it eight straight. Let’s go eat. [The 700 Level]

Video of SEPTA Bus Shooting Shown in Court. Video of the SEPTA bus shooting resulting from a verbal disagreement over a mother spanking her child were shown in court yesterday. [FOX 29]

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Accused Teens From Flash Mob Speak Out. Two teens charged in last week’s most recent flash-mob assaults speak out about why and how all the kids get together and claim that they’re not there to cause problems or do any harm. [FOX 29]

Chestnut Hill College Professor Leaps to Death During Class. An adjunct math professor at Chestnut Hill College dove head-first from a second-story rotunda in an apparent suicide. He did so during class and in front of a number of students. [CBS 3]

Cameras Help Cops Catch Dumpers. The city has been using hidden cameras strategically placed near spots popular for “short dumping.” The result has been an increased success rate at identifying the culprits. The Scoop can’t think the word “dump” without getting that cheesy commercial stuck in his head. It’s going to make for a long Friday. [Inquirer]

Police Play “Bones” in Radnor. Police reported to a scene on Locust Grove Road in Radnor yesterday where someone found a human skull. It showed no signs of trauma but has been turned over to a medical examiner for further investigation. No word on who will take on the roles of Brennan and Booth. [NBC Philadelphia]