Missing Baby Linked to Dungeon Case

Plus: Dungeon Case suspects head to court, 15 Philly Occupants arrested, Union faces Houston in MLS playoffs, and more of what the city is buzzing about today

Missing Toddler Linked to Dungeon Case. Dungeon Case ringleader Linda Ann Weston’s former neighbors on A Street near Westmoreland say that in 2008 they cared for a girl known as “Little L,” and that they were told they would be able to adopt her before Weston’s daughter came and took the girl away just before Christmas. Now, the couple wants to know where she is. [Daily News]

Dungeon Case Suspects in Court Today. Alleged ringleader Linda Ann Weston is expect to plead not guilty to a number of charges including kidnapping, assault and false imprisonment when she and her fellow suspects appear in court today. [6 ABC]

15 Occupy Philly Protesters Arrested. Fifteen Protesters were arrested after they blocked traffic outside of the police administration building. [CBS 3]

Philadelphia Union Will Face Houston Dynamo in Franchise’s First Playoff Appearance. The Union will host Philly’s half of a home-and-home match-up at PPL Park on Sunday. Then, on November 3rd, they’ll head to Houston. The team with the most goals over the two games advances to the next round. [The 700 Level]

City Council to Weigh Business Tax Options. Today, City Council will hear detailed proposals for business tax plans that would aim to give relief to city-based firms and attract new companies to Philadelphia. [CBS 3]

Sir Charles Speaks at Renaissance Academy. A Renaissance teacher met Barkley at a gym and asked him to speak to the students because she believed he exhibited many of the core values taught to students. Like spitting on people, soliciting sex from prostitutes, drinking and driving, and throwing people through plate-glass windows? [Daily Local]