Here's your daily look at five stories to know about today:
1. Faith-healing sentencing: A Philadelphia couple who believe in faith healing are scheduled to be sentenced today for the death of a second child who died without seeing a physician. Herbert and Catherine Schaible face 20 or more years in prison for the death of 8-month-old Brandon, who died last year, while the two were under court order to get medical care for their children. Two-year-old Kent died in 2009 of untreated pneumonia.
2. OT bonanza: The City of Philadelphia paid out nearly $200,000 in overtime last year, with police homicide Lt. Melvin Williams as the top OT earner, raking in $108,026 to boost his total pay to $211,444.
3. Ironworkers indicted: Ten Ironworkers Local 401 leaders are facing federal racketeering charges. Prosecutors allege that they set fires, started riots and made threats to contractors who hired nonunion workers.