New Victim From Florida Comes Forward in Dungeon Case

Plus: New Philly Live! details, Vince Young's strip-club dustup, Obama endorses a Republican, and more of what the city is talking about today

Victim in Dungeon Case Comes Forward in Florida. A mother is alleging that Linda Ann Weston held her daughter captive—torturing and sexually abusing her—after the girl ran away from home. The victim’s parents say that when their daughter escaped she was only 98 pounds and covered in cigarette burns. [6 ABC]

Philly Live! Project Details. New details suggest that in addition to an anchoring sports bar, Comcast-Spectacor’s Philly Live! project will bring six other bars and restaurants and a 20,000-square-foot outdoor event space to South Philly. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

Strip Club Manager Changes Story of Vince Young Scuffle. Accusations have been tweaked in a lawsuit against Vince Young over an altercation at a Dallas strip club nearly a year and a half ago. A manager at the club is now alleging that Young punched him when he wouldn’t sell the quarterback $8,000 in one-dollar bills. [Deadspin]

Obama Billboard in Chester Stirs Controversy. According to a billboard in Chester, President Obama’s team is endorsing Mayor Wendell Butler in November’s election. The problem is that Butler is a Republican, and Obama and company have never hinted toward endorsing him. Obama’s team has sent a cease-and-desist letter. [6 ABC]

500 Area Bridges Need Attention. Pennsylvania’s Auditor General pointed to two reports that indicate Philadelphia’s bridges are in need of some serious TLC. One of the reports showed that Philly has the third-worst percentage of deficient bridges in the country. [CBS 3]

Penn’s “The Line” Nets Diminishing Returns. Interest in a 50-year-old tradition—students camping out at the Palestra the night before Quakers basketball tickets go on sale—seems to be waning with the team’s relevance. [Deadspin]