Good morning. Top local stories and what we're watching this Monday:
-- While sitting on a porch, two teenage girls were shot, and one killed, in Cambridge on Sunday night.
-- The House begins debate on its health care cost containment legislation. [Associated Press, via Worcester Telegram & Gazette]
-- Workers at Plymouth's Pilgrim nuclear power plant have rejected the latest contract offer from the plant's owner. [Patriot Ledger]
-- The cyclist who was killed on Huntington Avenue Friday night has been identified as a Boston College graduate student. [WBZ-TV]
-- A National Guardsmen has sued a Dorchester landlady for allegedly denying him a rental and saying that his service and her views presented a "conflict of interests." [Boston Herald]
-- Boston officials are launching a series of free summer fitness programs today. [AP, via WCVB-TV]
-- The Celtics topped the Heat in overtime to even the Eastern Conference Finals at 2-2.
-- Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas announced that he will indeed take next season off.
-- In Toronto, the Blue Jays beat the Red Sox 5-1.
This program aired on June 4, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.