Happy Friday. Finish off your week with a quick look at five stories we're following today.
1. Philly police brace for DOJ review: Philadelphia police are bracing for a federal review of the department's use of deadly force after a similar Department of Justice review blasted the Miami police force. A federal judge was appointed this week to enforce sweeping changes in Miami, and Philadelphia police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said a city officer will be assigned full-time to handle paperwork generated by the review.
2. Former PSU president plans lawsuit: Graham Spanier, the former president of Pennsylvania State University ousted during the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal, is planning to file a libel and defamation suit against the author of a scathing report that accused Spanier of trying to cover-up the scandal. Spanier's attorney has filed notice of the coming suit against former FBI director Louis Freeh -- whom Penn State hired to investigate how the university handled the allegations surrounding former assistant football coach Sandusky -- in Centre County Court.
3. Flooding: A flash flood watch for the Philadelphia region is in effect from 8 a.m. through late tonight.