U.S. Marshals Post a Reward For Leads in a Fatal Upper Darby Bar Shooting; Thanks to TLC, ‘Extreme Couponing’ Is Now a Thing

• Pennsylvania’s Gaming Control Board has apparently had enough of kids being left locked in cars at Parx Casino. It’s calling officials from the casino to Harrisburg today to grill them on how they intend to deal with the ongoing problem. [KYW Newsradio]

• U.S. Marshals Service is offering a $1,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of one John “Jizz” Gordon, who’s accused of shooting dead a patron in the men’s room at Upper Darby’s Venue Bar back in July. [Philly.com]

• To the surprise of no one, Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond has landed herself a Food Network show. For a so-called pioneer, she’s awfully tech-savvy. [Knox News]

• “Extreme couponing” is now a thing, thanks to a TLC show by the same name. Enthusiasts are stealing newspapers to get more vouchers and wiping out entire shelves of grocery items. [USAT]

• D.C. chef RJ Cooper had an extensive “contract” diners had to agree to before dining at his new restaurant, Rogue 24, but after much outcry, he’s scaled back the rules. [Eater DC]

• A couple of adolescents in Hazelwood, Missouri, were banned by the city from selling Girl Scout Cookies out of their driveway; they fought back by suing. Only in Hazelwood, kids. [HuffPo]

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