In an order dated June 9, specially-presiding Senior Judge John Leete of Potter County granted a joint request by the Paternos and the NCAA to file under seal motions for summary judgment and response and reply briefs.
Graham Spanier will try and have his child endangerment conviction thrown out as he seeks either acquittal or a new trial.
Penn State and the State College Borough Council both signed on to the “We Are Still In” letter, which to date has been signed by more than 900 businesses, 180 universities, 125 city and county leaders, nine governors, and 19 attorneys general.
Tickets go on sale to the public at 8 a.m. Monday, June 26.
Ira Lubert, a 1973 Penn State graduate and chair of the university’s Board of Trustees, committed the $5 million gift that was announced on Monday morning.
The man reportedly admitted to exposing himself to two different women, claiming both had asked him to do so.
The former drivers are seeking the return of wages they allege were taken from them and placed in an unlawful and unapproved “tipping pool.”
Wartman-White filed a lawsuit in U.S. Middle District Court on Thursday claiming breach of contract, breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing, and bad faith denial of insurance benefits. He is seeking at least $1.5 million, the total value of the policy, in compensatory damages as well as punitive damages and legal fees.
University Police have increased patrols and surveillance after two reports last week that an unknown individual photographed or filmed students in a residence hall shower.
Regular enforcement of all parking restrictions resumes at 2 a.m. on Monday.
A report released last week says Penn State is among the top higher education institutions with email addresses and passwords being sold and shared on the Dark Web.
“Louis Freeh is a fraud. Period. End of story. I hope he still has the $8.3 million Penn State paid him because I want it back.”
Penn State issued a statement on the guilty pleas entered Monday by former athletic director Tim Curley and senior vice president Gary Schultz.
LifeLink EMS saw an increase in calls over State Patty’s weekend — from 75 last year to 95 this year, specifically.
Joonas Suotamo, a 2008 Penn State graduate and former Nittany Lion basketball player, will take over the role of Chewbacca in the upcoming Han Solo movie.
Witnesses reportedly gave written statements that Jedidiah Seinfeld entered the room, poured lighter fluid on a shirt then lit it on fire before leaving the room and tossing the flaming shirt in a trash can.
Members of the State College and Penn State community on Sunday gathered in front of the Allen Street gates to voice their opposition to President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.
Police conducted two controlled buys through an informant in April.
Penn State has filed a countersuit against former President Graham Spanier, claiming he breached his employment contract and fiduciary duties and misled the university about the extent of his knowledge about the child sexual abuse investigation of Jerry Sandusky.
A Dauphin County judge last week dismissed all claims against Penn State and all but one against Kappa Delta Rho fraternity in a former student’s lawsuit against the university and fraternity.
It was a moment that was undoubtedly as exciting for him as it was bittersweet, seeing the final remaining members of his recruiting class having the night of their lives.
A specially-presiding judge on Wednesday ruled in Mike McQueary’s favor on his claim that Penn State violated the state’s whistleblower law in its treatment of him and awarded the former Penn State football assistant coach an additional $5 million in damages.
A Telepoem Booth will be installed this spring, thanks to a grant from Knight Foundation Donor-Advised Fund at Centre Foundation. The phone booth lets anyone step inside, choose a poem from a directory, dial the number and hear the poem.
Penn State found elevated levels of lead in drinking water at three residence buildings on campus.
After eight days of testimony, Strokoff and Penn State attorney Nancy Conrad each gave closing arguments Thursday morning in the trial for McQueary’s whistleblower and defamation lawsuit against the university.
The coaches testified in prerecorded video depositions Wednesday that in both cases, choosing not to interview or hire McQueary had nothing to do with fallout from the Jerry Sandusky scandal and everything to do with qualifications and professional networks that are vital to the coaching business.