Here's your look at five stories we're following today:
1. Missing Delco teen: An autopsy is expected to be conducted today to determine how Cayman Naib died. The 13-year-old from Delaware County went missing last week; his body was found in a creek near his parents' home on Sunday.
2. Whistle-blower suit: The trial in the whistle-blower lawsuit brought by a former Philadelphia School District administrator is set to begin today in federal court. Francis X. Dougherty contends he was wrongfully fired for exposing a no-bid surveillance camera contract.
3. Pa. budget: Appropriations Committee hearings are starting today in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as GOP legislators, who have widely criticized Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal, must now produce a spending plan.
4. Teamsters back Williams: The Philadelphia Teamsters District Council 107 is backing state Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams in the mayoral race and will hold a rally for him this morning. For complete coverage of the race from Philly.com, the Inquirer, Daily News and other partners, check out The Next Mayor.
5. Casino tax plan: Atlantic City's casinos are anxiously waiting for a resolution about a stalled tax-relief plan for the city, aimed at stabilizing the beleaguered casinos.