Penn State Sex Abuse Scandal
A new Catholic center on the Penn State campus has been dedicated to Sue Paterno, wife of veteran football coach Joe Paterno.
The president of Penn State University visited the school’s Beaver campus Thursday where he answered questions about the child sex abuse case against Jerry Sandusky and how the university is paying for it.
It’s was a day of new beginnings on Saturday for the major college football programs in our region, but none is getting more attention than Penn State.
Attorneys for ousted Penn State president Graham Spanier are disputing allegations that he covered up reports of child sex abuse involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
Attorneys for former Penn State University officials Tim Curley and Gary Schultz were in court Thursday morning to argue that perjury charges against their clients should be dismissed.
The Penn State Board of Trustees were supposed to comment on the harsh NCAA sanctions against the university on Sunday, but it never happened. However, there were some new details that came out of the special meeting about Penn State President Rodney Erickson’s decision to sign off on the sanctions.
There was a strong showing of support at Penn State University Tuesday morning as hundreds of people gathered on campus to welcome and cheer on the football team as it embarks on a new season.
Could the scandal at Penn State bring even more change there, and at other universities? During a taping of the KD-PG Sunday Edition, Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner said he’ll push for reforms.
The highly-anticipated report from former FBI Director Louis Freeh is now available online.
A man has come forward claiming to be Victim No. 2 in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. Mike McQueary testified that he witnessed that boy being sexually assaulted in the locker room showers by Sandusky.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks with John Phillips, sports attorney and sports show host, about the NCAA.
The NCAA’s sanctions against Penn State have raised many questions about whether the current members of the football team would remain in Happy Valley.
Effects of the NCAA’s harsh sanctions against Penn State are continuing to be felt and are far-reaching.
The sanctions against Penn State – both tough and painful – will be felt in Happy Valley for four years and beyond. Some legal observers call the NCAA’s decision misguided and misdirected.
The NCAA sanctions may hurt the Penn State football program, but they don’t appear to be hurting school spirit. In downtown State College, alumni shopped for school attire saying the NCAA sanctions won’t damper their Penn State pride.