Missing Radnor Teen Found

She and the internet creeper she fled home with had taken the Mega Bus to D.C. Plus: Lisa Nutter will light up LOVE Park, Mark Squilla doesn't want you to park in front of your house, and more of what the city is chattering about this morning.

Missing Radnor Teen Found in D.C. Savanna MacMullett, 13, had left home Monday afternoon with a 20-year-old Virginia man she met online. After a tip from someone who saw them at 30th Street Station, the couple were taken into custody as they stepped off a Mega Bus in the capital last night. [NBC Philadelphia]

Sombrero-Clad Sorority Girls at Penn State Busted for Racist Party. The costumes at  Chi Omega Nu’s Halloween bash were already questionable, but signs the students are holding in a  leaked pic — “Will  Mow Lawn for Weed + Beer” and “I Don’t Cut Grass, I Smoke It” — are making a chapter suspension look likely. [Gawker]

It Seems There’s a Musical, Theatrical, Hobbitical, Santastical Extravaganza at LOVE Park Tonight. I think they’re lighting some sort of tree, too. [NBC Philadelphia]

Judge Reopens Suit on Prison Overcrowding. Philadelphia’s prison system — built to hold 6,500 inmates — now stands at more than 9,400. [NewsWorks]

Councilman Wants to Make It Harder for Neighborhoods to Get Resident Permit Parking. Because he apparently doesn’t want to be reelected. [Daily News]

Temple’s Football Coach Leaves for Boston College. In his two years, Steve Addazio compiled a 13-11 record and won a bowl game, only the fourth one Temple had ever played in. [Inquirer]