Here's your daily round-up of five stories to know about:
1. No death sentence for Gosnell: Kermit Gosnell, convicted this week on three counts of first-degree murder for killing babies born alive, has made an agreement with prosecutors to waive his appeal rights in exchange for a sentence of life in prison. The West Philadelphia abortion could have been sentenced to death at penalty hearings scheduled for later this month.
2. I-95 troubles: The Daily News takes a look at the rush-hour headache that is Interstate 95. The jams tie up commuters, cost the region more than $3 billion a year, dump 1.5 billion pounds of carbon dioxide into the air -- and are going to stay this bad for years.
3. Trial in death of Bucks musician: The trial for those accused of killing Levittown musician Danny DeGennaro continues today. Prosecutors say 20-year-old Jermaine Jackson was the mastermind behind the 2011 botched robbery that left DeGennaro fatally shot. Facing separate trials are the two alleged shooters and two alleged getaway drivers.