Here's your daily look at five stories to know about:
1. PHL accident: A U.S. Airways plane headed to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., blew tire, causing the nose gear to collapse, and skidded to a stop Thursday night at Philadelphia International Airport. Authorities are continuing to investigate the cause of the incident.
2. SEPTA contract: SEPTA and the Transport Workers Union Local 234 are continuing negotiations as the union's contract expires at midnight. SEPTA officials have scheduled a press briefing for this morning to release details about how a strike would affect service.
3. Flood insurance: President Barack Obama is expected to sign a bill that would scale back hikes in flood-insurance premiums for homeowners in flood-prone areas.
4. Condo building eviction: Philadelphia's Department of Licenses and Inspections could order residents of an EAst Oak Lane condominium building to leave their residences as soon as this afternoon. The department has posted a cease-and-desist order at the Oak Lane Garden building, saying there are life-threatening safety violations there.