Complete coverage of the child sex abuse scandal that rocked a college football giant

Apr 20, 2015

PSU Trustees Want Records Used by Freeh

PSU Trustees Want Records Used by Freeh

Seven Penn State board members asked a judge Monday for access to documents used by a team led by former FBI director Louis Freeh that produced a 2012 report on how university leaders handled child molestation...

Apr 9, 2015

PSU Trustees' Vote Authorizes Sandusky Victim Deals

PSU Trustees' Vote Authorizes Sandusky Victim Deals

The Penn State board is authorizing university officials to settle litigation related to Jerry Sandusky, but it's unclear how much money is at stake.

Mar 31, 2015

Paterno Family Can't Sue PSU: Judge

Paterno Family Can't Sue PSU: Judge

The family of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno can't sue the NCAA and the university for breach of contract for their actions in response to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal, a Pennsylvania...

Feb 26, 2015

Sandusky Lawsuit in Philly Not a Burden: Judge

Sandusky Lawsuit in Philly Not a Burden: Judge

Penn State is based in State College, 200 miles northwest. It has appealed Judge Angelo Foglietta's decision to keep the lawsuit in Philadelphia.

Feb 18, 2015

New PSU Sexual Misconduct Policy Has University President's Support

New PSU Sexual Misconduct Policy Has University President's Support

The new policy would establish an office to handle the matters, provide training for faculty and staff, and create a new required course for freshmen.

Feb 11, 2015

Pa. Residents Want Joe Paterno Statue Back

Pa. Residents Want Joe Paterno Statue Back

A poll says Pennsylvanians overwhelmingly want Penn State to put back a statue of ex-football coach Joe Paterno that was removed after Jerry Sandusky's child molestation conviction.

Feb 6, 2015

Paterno Family Heads to Court Against Penn State

Paterno Family Heads to Court Against Penn State

The hearing at the county courthouse in Bellefonte Friday comes as the parties have been battling over confidentiality in the discovery process, and whether the lawsuit should include a breach of contract...

Jan 29, 2015

Handling Sexual Misconduct at PSU

Handling Sexual Misconduct at PSU

A task force at Penn State is recommending the university change how it handles sexual misconduct.

Jan 17, 2015

Penn Staters, Victim Advocates Don't Embrace NCAA Over Deal

Penn Staters, Victim Advocates Don't Embrace NCAA Over Deal

Not everybody is happy after the NCAA agreed to restore football wins it had stripped from Penn State and Joe Paterno in the Jerry Sandusky child-molestation scandal, and the NCAA did not necessarily win...

Jan 17, 2015

PSU Students Celebrate Paterno's Wins

PSU Students Celebrate Paterno's Wins

Hundreds of Penn State students rallied and marched Friday to celebrate the career of late football coach Joe Paterno and the NCAA's agreement to restore 112 team victories deducted amid the Jerry Sandusky child...

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After Week in Jail, Fla. Mom Agrees to Son's Circumcision

After Week in Jail, Fla. Mom Agrees to Son's Circumcision

A Florida woman's years-long battle against her child's father over the boy's circumcision ended Friday with her agreeing to the procedure in exchange for her release from jail.

"This Isn't Much of a Big Thing For Me": Boy, 11, Graduates From College

"This Isn't Much of a Big Thing For Me": Boy, 11, Graduates From College

At age 11, Tanishq Abraham was the youngest this year to graduate from a Sacramento college with three degrees on Wednesday night, and possibly in the school's 60-year-history.

Parents' Voicemails Preserve Their Memory in Death

Parents' Voicemails Preserve Their Memory in Death

Reporter marvels how the things he cherishes most about his parents aren’t those that he would have ever imagined.

Philly Chef Suffers Spinal Injury in Amtrak Wreck

Philly Chef Suffers Spinal Injury in Amtrak Wreck

Chef Eli Kulp, co-owner of High Street on Market and Fork, sustained a severe spinal cord injury after Amtrak train 188 derailed early last week.

Food Truck Inching Closer to Opening Brick-and-Mortar Location

Food Truck Inching Closer to Opening Brick-and-Mortar Location

A local food truck received a portion of a $50,000 grant this week, bringing it one step closer to its brick-and-mortar goal.

Kids Home Alone With Alcohol, No Food: Police

Kids Home Alone With Alcohol, No Food: Police

Police in South Jersey charged a mother after finding her children home alone.