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A lawyer says a charity founded by a former Penn State assistant football coach accused of molesting boys shouldn't be allowed to dissolve its assets.
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When the Penn State trustees decided to act and remove Joe Paterno as head football coach, the reaction in Happy Valley was odd, to say the least. From the berating from homer reporters at the initial press conference with the trustees, to the students marching to Paterno's house, the atmosphere in Happy Valley has been surreal to say the least. Then yesterday, a bombshell.While...
Who would have thought that this Penn State team would be playing for a spot in the first ever Big Ten championship game in the final week of the season?
With inconsistencies at quarterback, devastating injuries to players like Michael Mauti, and all the off-the-field drama surrounding the program, Penn State has weathered the storm and [...]
A district court is pushing back by a week the preliminary hearing for former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of sexually abusing eight boys over a 15-year period.
In September of 2007, Vicky Triponey resigned as Penn State's vice president for student affairs, a job that included overseeing the school's Office of Judicial Affairs. In an interview two weeks later, she attributed her departure to what the Centre County Daily Times described as "philosophical differences with other leadership in...
Penn State interim coach Tom Bradley would like to get the Nittany Lions job on a permanent basis.
Penn State University’s idea of house-cleaning seems to be a little light dusting.
Joe Paterno's wife, Sue, can no longer use the campus pool at Penn State, according to a report in The Patriot-News.
Penn State Sex Scandal
Paterno's wife came to campus every day to swim, according to the story. She was told today that she can no longer use the facilities, a source close to the Paterno family told the paper.
A spokesperson for the university, Bill...
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Lawyers for two Penn State administrators charged with perjury and with failing to properly report suspected child abuse want prosecutors to turn over material to help them prepare for their preliminary hearing next month.