A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:
TWO YEARS AFTER FORMER PENN STATE ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH JERRY SANDUSKY'S ARREST ...
The scandal that rocked the university continues to play out. Three former Penn State administrators are still awaiting trial on charges they conspired to cover up old child-sex allegations against Sandusky, most of his accusers have settled lawsuits worth nearly $60 million against the school, and lawmakers in other states adopted or considered changes to child protection laws.
TRIAL BEGINS FOR PHILADELPHIA CHARTER SCHOOL FOUNDER, OTHER EXECUTIVES
Seventy-five-year-old Dorothy June Brown and several other current and former charter school executives are accused of funneling $6.5 million in public money to themselves through private management companies, then covering up the scheme. The case involves Agora Cyber Charter School, Planet Abacus Charter School and the Laboratory Charter School of Communications and Languages.
3RD U.S. CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS SAYS POLICE MUST GET WARRANT TO TRACK SUSPECT VEHICLES WITH GLOBAL POSITIONING DEVICES
The new ruling goes beyond a Supreme Court ruling, and means evidence will be thrown out against three brothers charged in a wave of pharmacy burglaries.
TOP SCIENTISTS ARGUE NUCLEAR ENERGY MAY BE NEEDED TO HEAD OFF THEORY OF EXTREME GLOBAL WARMING
The scientists say wind and solar power aren't developing quickly enough to replace fossil fuel pollution, which many scientists believe are causing global temperatures to rise.
EAGLES, STEELERS SET RECORDS ... DESPITE HEADING IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS
Philadelphia quarterback Nick Foles threw a league record-tying seven touchdown passes in Sunday's 49-20 win over the Oakland Raiders. Meanwhile, the Steelers gave up a team-record 55 points in losing to the New England Patriots and falling to 2-6 on the season.