Dottie Sandusky Still Supports Her Husband

Plus: Philly survives The Great Derecho, a Delco judge won't enforce Voter ID, SEPTA is the best large public transit system in North America, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Dottie Sandusky Supports Her Husband. Dottie Sandusky says that she still supports her husband—ya know, the one convicted of sexually abusing boys. [Centre Daily Times]

SEPTA Wins Award. The American Public Transportation Association named SEPTA the best large public transit system in North America. They’re trolling us, right? [Inquirer]

Thousands Without Power. Philadelphia survived The Great Derecho of 2012. It rolled through Ohio, western PA, NEPA, and New York yesterday. It stayed far enough south to knock out power to some local customers and lightning struck two houses in Allentown. More than 17,000 PECO customers lost power. A tornado was reported in Barnett. [6 ABC]

Delco Judge Won’t Enforce Voter ID. A judge of elections in Colwyn has announced that he will not enforce Pennsylvania’s new Voter ID law. He says he believes the new law is unconstitutional, and he wants to protect the rights of the voters in his borough. [Delco Times]

Boy on Roller Coaster Hit by Bird. A boy was riding Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jersey when a bird flew into his face. The ride was shut down for a while and the boy was treated for minor injuries. [NBC Philadelphia]

Flyers Re-Up Voracek. The Flyers resigned Jakub Voracek to a four-year, $17 million contract. [6 ABC]

Scarfo Co-Defendent Wants a New Judge. Supposed mob associate Salvatore Pelullo wants the judge presiding over his fraud case to recuse himself. Pelullo says the judge has been biased and shown favoritism throughout the trial. [Inquirer]