Two Weeks of NBA Season Canceled

Plus: A car flipped into Pennypack Creek, Pennsylvania Ballet's new home, authorities find a missing hiker, and more of what the city is buzzing about today

David Stern Announces Cancellation of First Two Weeks of NBA Season. A week ago, the Scoop doesn’t bat a lash at this news, but now that the Phils packed it up and went home early and the Eagles are in the midst of a nosedive, the idea of not having the Sixers to complain about as well makes him a little uneasy. [Inquirer]

One Person Killed, One Rescued When Car Flips Into Pennypack Creek. Yesterday a car crashed through a guardrail in the Rhawnhurst neighborhood in the Northeast and landed in Pennypack Creek. Both women inside the car were in their 70s. The driver died at the scene while witnesses pulled the passenger from her seat. She is in critical condition. [6 ABC]

Pennsylvania Ballet to Build New Home on North Broad. The Pennsylvania Ballet has plans to consolidate its offices and rehearsal studios—currently located at 18th and JFK and East Falls respectively—into a new home on Broad Street just north of the Vine Street Expressway. [WHYY]

Missing Hiker Found in Berks County. A man in his 40s was reported missing after hiking in Nolde Forest State Park in Berks County. Yesterday, authorities found the man alive. [FOX 29]

Occupy Philly Gets Suburban Spinoff Treatment. Occupy Wall Street spread to Philly last week when protesters began occupying Dilworth Plaza at City Hall. Now, their sentiments are being echoed through smaller demonstrations out in the ‘burbs. Like in Doylestown, where a protest is planned for State and Main streets Thursday afternoon. [Inquirer]

Deer Jumps Through Sprint Store Window. Yesterday a buck jumped through the plate-glass window at the front of a Sprint store on Valley Forge Road just off of Route 202 in Chester County. [6 ABC]