#PhillyFive Developing Stories: March 19, 2015
Your early look at the day's developing stories.
Here's your look at five stories we're following today:
1. Candidates' pensions: Candidates in Philadelphia's mayoral race stand to collect significant pensions from their years working for the city and state governments -- with a big pension boost coming to whoever becomes mayor. Here's a look at projected pensions for the candidates. For complete coverage of the race from Philly.com, the Inquirer, Daily News and other partners, check out The Next Mayor.
2. Frat and revenge porn: Penn State fraternity brothers could face charges under the state's "revenge porn" law for allegedly posting photos of nude and partially nude women on Facebook.
3. Exxon settlement: A New Jersey Assembly committee is scheduled to hold a hearing today on the Christie administration's proposed $225 million environmental settlement with Exxon Mobil.
4. Clinton in A.C.: Hillary Clinton is slated to speak at a camping convention in Atlantic City today.
5. Slain woman's body: Authorities have found the body of Erica Crippen in a rural area of Maryland, more than two months after the South Jersey woman went missing and her husband, Kyle Crosby, was charged in her death.