Dog Calls Police During Home Invasion

Plus: Thousands turn out for Ron Paul rally, the Flyers celebrate at El Vez, the Paterno family turns down stadium name offer, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Dog Called 9-1-1 During Home Invasion. A blind woman was attacked in a Wynnefield Heights home invasion yesterday. She was choked and thrown down 10 steps while her dog activated a device that calls the police. [6 ABC]

Thousands Show Up at Paul Rally. The miserable weather didn’t stop thousands of people from turning out for the Ron Paul rally yesterday afternoon. [Inquirer]

Flyers Move On. The Pens will be golfing in the rain (or snow?) this week after the Flyers wrapped up a first round victory with a 5-1 in yesterday’s Game 6. They celebrated at El Vez last night. [Crossing Broad]

Paterno Family Turns Down Stadium Re-Naming. Yesterday, it was reported that Penn State University offered the Paterno family a number of incentives in an attempt to keep them from suing the school over Joe Paterno’s termination. The family, though, wasn’t on board for a stadium name change in Paterno’s honor. [Deadspin]

Voter ID Law Debuts in Primary. The Pennsylvania primary is tomorrow, and it will give the state an opportunity to test out its new voter ID legislation before the presidential election in November. Too bad they didn’t have time to get a real plan into place. [Inquirer]

Body Found in Abandoned Building. A man was pronounced dead when someone found him in a vacant building on South Salford Street after he’d been shot multiple times. [CBS 3]

Cop Kills Naked Man in Olney. Police responded to reports of a naked man in the streets in Olney early Sunday morning. After trying to subdue the guy with a taser, an officer got into a struggle with the man. Soon thereafter, the officer fired five shots. The suspect was shot three times and later pronounced dead. [NBC Philadelphia]