The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, June 14

The Daily Numbers: 14 of June. Happy Flag Day!

18, age of Akyra Murray, a recent grad of West Catholic in Philly, one of the victims slain in Orlando nightclub.

34 years, how long I’ve been reporting to work at the Daily Times.

10 Chester police officers who will take part in a new program to outfit police with body cameras.

70,000 to 100,000 dollars, what it will cost to fit the entire force with the cameras.

10,000 dollar donation from Vahan Gureghian to help fund for the pilot program.

201 graduates who collected diplomas from Chichester High School.

433 graduates of Haverford High.

375 graduates of Garnet Valley High School.

1947, the House bill on child sex abuse legislation that was termed unconstitutional yesterday at hearing in Harrisburg.

150-41 vote in the House to change the pension plan for future state employees.

15,000 signing bonus for pilots offered by American Airlines, which finds itself with a shortage of pilots.

21, age of Wilmington man ID’d as the person who threw a bottle at Phillies slugger Ryan Howard.

6 year contract extension for Eagles defensive end Fletcher Cox.

63 million dollars guaranteed in the $103 million deal.

6-2 loss for Marple to Plum in the PIAA baseball playoffs yesterday.

7-0 win for Phils over Blue Jays last night.

3 hits, 0 runs over 6 innings for Phils starter Jerad Eickhoff.

41 points for both LeBron James and Kyrie Irving to lead the Cavs over Golden State in the NBA Finals.

3-2 lead now for Steph Curry and Golden State.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Fletcher Cox just got paid. Big Time.

I Don’t Get It: Still waiting for someone to explain to me why we can’t ban the AR-15 semiautomatic weapon that was used in the Orlando shooting.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Chester, which yesterday rolled out a plan to fit its officers with body cameras.

Quote Box: “We need to do whatever we can to help the police. We want the schools to be safe and secure and we want the communities to be safe and secure.”

- Vahan Gureghian, after donating $10,000 to outfit Chester police officers with body cameras.