Breakfast Sausage: 5 stories to read this morning Published by Andrew McGill on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 10:03 am. Good morning. Pressed for time this a.m., so we're on a low-carb links-only diet. 1. A new Democratic challenger from Lebanon County has entered the race for governor -- and started with a race across all 67 counties. 2. The rise of cell phones has starved Allegheny County's 911 center of the landline surcharges it needs to pay its bills. 3. Led by Theresa Kail-Smith, Pittsburgh City Council wants the city school district to hold off on closing schools. 4. State education officials have only issued 5 complaints against standardized test cheating, well below the hundreds they promised. 5. The Post-Gazette endorses Natalia Rudiak and Dan Gilman for city council. Join the conversation: Tweet Commenting policy | How to report abuse Commenting policy | How to report abuse To report inappropriate comments, abuse and/or repeat offenders, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a link to the article and a copy of the comment. Your report will be reviewed in a timely manner. Thank you.