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

Sep 20, 2014

Penn State Trustees Postpone Sandusky Report Debate

Penn State Trustees Postpone Sandusky Report Debate

The Penn State Board of Trustees is postponing a public debate over the Freeh Report on the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal until later this fall.

Sep 11, 2014

PSU Trustees, Former Players Removed From NCAA Lawsuit

PSU Trustees, Former Players Removed From NCAA Lawsuit

Judge John Leete denied the bid by Penn State and the NCAA to throw out the civil case, but he pared it back and gave the remaining plaintiffs a month to amend their claims to be more specific.

Sep 9, 2014

PSU Football Coach Grateful for Bowl Chance

PSU Football Coach Grateful for Bowl Chance

Penn State coach James Franklin has been flooded with congratulatory messages about his football team's bowl prospects now that the NCAA has lifted the most severe sanctions to the program for the Jerry Sandusky...

Sep 5, 2014

Jay Paterno Fires Back at PSU Faculty

Jay Paterno Fires Back at PSU Faculty

The son of the late Joe Paterno sent a strongly-worded response to Penn State leaders after the University released a public appeal online.

Sep 4, 2014

New Accuser Sues Sandusky for Alleged Abuse

New Accuser Sues Sandusky for Alleged Abuse

A new accuser has sued Jerry Sandusky, Penn State and a charity the former assistant coach founded, claiming he was sexually abused about six years ago.

Aug 24, 2014

Case of Ex-PSU Officials Moves Along

Case of Ex-PSU Officials Moves Along

The criminal case against three former Penn State administrators is being conducted under strict court secrecy, and the judge has sealed all filings for the past six months.

Aug 16, 2014

Freeh Must Show Why Civil Suit Should Be Moved

Freeh Must Show Why Civil Suit Should Be Moved

A judge has ruled that former FBI director Louis Freeh must show why a pending civil lawsuit against him should be heard in federal court.

Aug 15, 2014

Penn St. Trustees Vote to Stay Course on Sanctions

Penn St. Trustees Vote to Stay Course on Sanctions

A divided Penn State board is endorsing a potential legal settlement that would keep its $60 million fine over the Jerry Sandusky scandal within Pennsylvania.

Aug 13, 2014

Penn State Trustees Vote to Stay Course on Sanctions

Penn State Trustees Vote to Stay Course on Sanctions

A divided Penn State board voted Wednesday to endorse a potential legal settlement that would keep its $60 million fine over the Jerry Sandusky scandal within Pennsylvania, signaling their support for a deal to...

Aug 8, 2014

New Development in Penn State Lawsuit

New Development in Penn State Lawsuit

A judge gave more to for the sides to work out a settlement in the lawsuit involving Penn State and the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal.

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Suspects Charged in Vicious Beating of Gay Couple

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Developer: 'White' Students for Reimagined Revel Casino

Developer: 'White' Students for Reimagined Revel Casino

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Murder Suspect in Stray-Bullet Death of Teen Girl

Murder Suspect in Stray-Bullet Death of Teen Girl

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Paula Deen on "Today": "My Words Hurt People"

Paula Deen on "Today": "My Words Hurt People"

More than a year after a racism scandal decimated her business empire, celebrity cook Paula Deen returned to the "Today" show Tuesday to discuss her comeback plans, and the events of the past 12 months.

Town Considers Limiting Video Access After Officer's Obama Bash Goes Viral

Town Considers Limiting Video Access After Officer's Obama Bash Goes Viral

A New Jersey town where a police officer was videotaped making critical remarks about President Barack Obama is reconsidering a law that would require people to get permits to photograph or film inside public...

Area College Mugging Suspect Arrested

Area College Mugging Suspect Arrested

Police issued an arrest warrant for a man they say mugged a University of Delaware College student then stole her pink can of pepper spray -- one of three recent robberies targeting UDel students.