In Case You Missed It: Yesterday's Top Stories

Here are some of the top stories

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    Four people considered persons of interest in the attack of a gay couple in Center City turned themselves into police tonight to be interviewed. They say there is video showing the victims' threw the first punch. The victims deny that claim. NBC10's Nefertiti Jaquez has the details.

    Didn't have a chance to catch the news? Here are yesterday's top stories.

    Persons of Interest in Gay Couple Attack Interviewed by Police
    Authorities in Philadelphia interviewed several persons of interest in the brutal attack of a gay couple in Center City, a day after a reality television star shared a photo depicting the alleged assailants online, causing a social media firestorm that uncovered the identities of the possible attackers.

    Donations Pour In for Baby Who Died After Pregnant Mom Shot on Philly Street
    Dozens of people have raised thousands of dollars for the funeral of a newborn baby as authorities continue to search for the man accused of fatally shooting the infant's pregnant mom on a Philly street Sunday morning.

    It's Official: Wawa's Better Than Sheetz
    There's no debate. Philadelphians love Wawa: great hoagies, great coffee, open 24/7. There's something about those late-night runs to Wawa (especially when you're in high school) that have made the convenience store chain beloved in the region.

    First Case of Enterovirus in New Jersey: CDC
    The New Jersey Department of Health confirms its first case of enterovirus D68 today. The state health department says the child -- who has not been identified by age, town or name -- has improved and been discharged. to catch the news? Here are yesterday's top stories.

    Pregnant Suburban Band Teacher Accused of Having Sex With Teen
    A pregnant band teacher in the Central Bucks County School District is accused of having sex with a teen boy.