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.
Rendell was Pennsylvania’s 45th governor from 2003-2011 and chair of the Democratic National Committee from 1999-2001.
Four years after the suit was first filed, specially presiding Judge Thomas Gavin told a Centre County jury Tuesday morning that he expects closing arguments on Thursday morning with deliberations to follow.
“I thought it was the best way to keep Mike safe and minimize any chance for a disturbance otherwise,” Erickson said.
Former Penn State football assistant coach Mike McQueary took the stand Friday to testify in his whistle-blower and defamation lawsuit against the university.
Spanier testified for the first time in open court about what he knew or didn’t know about allegations against Jerry Sandusky in 1998 and 2001, and about the statement he issued in support of two former administrators charged in an alleged concealment of Sandusky’s child sexual abuse.
Testifying on the third day of trial in McQueary’s lawsuit against Penn State, investigator Anthony Sassano described McQueary as a crucial figure leading to the arrest of Sandusky in 2011 on child sexual abuse charges.
The Mike McQueary v. Penn State trial continued Tuesday with testimony from former Penn State general counsel Cynthia Baldwin, former vice president for university relations Bill Mahon, and former assistant athletic director Mark Sherburne.
Penn State and Pinnacle signed a letter of intent in 2014 to form a single health enterprise under the banner of a new organization called Penn State Health.
Christopher G. Lee, a former Harris Township Supervisor, was found guilty in March in U.S. Middle District Court on charges of receiving, possessing, and producing child pornography, as well as obstruction of justice.
A 21-year-old man is facing charges after police say he was seen masturbating in a vehicle on the Penn State campus.
The court battle has ended between Penn State and its insurer over who was responsible for more than $90 million in settlements for claims of child sexual abuse by Jerry Sandusky.