Police Apprehend Two Men Suspected of Weekend Violence Outside an Old City Bar; Cold Spring Weather Makes Corn and Wheat Yields Smaller and Pricier

Two men suspected of beating another man unconscious in Old City following an altercation at Mad River are in custody while police search for two more. [CBS Philly]

Mail carriers will collect non-perishable food donations on Saturday for the 19th annual Stamp Out Hunger drive. [Inquirer]

Calling Big Brother: Researchers hope that gathering photo data of students' cafeteria trays at one Texas school will help in combating obesity. [Chicago Tribune]

One study found that cutting food into small pieces caused eaters to consume fewer calories. So grab a knife if you're not too lazy. [LAT]

Here's video of a woman tearing up over In-N-Out's arrival in Texas. Or maybe her animal-style's onions weren't grilled enough. [Eater]

If you thought this cold spring was rough, it's been even harder on corn and wheat farmers and the lower yields will likely drive up prices. [USAT]

Obvious yet still sad: Consumers in wealthy countries waste tons of food; in the end, one-third of everything produced goes to waste. [Bernama]