The NCAA says it will gradually restore football scholarships taken from Penn State over the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, saying the school has made significant changes to its athletics programs.
Penn State may never be able to fully shake off the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, but news that one victim has settled and other claimants may be soon follow marks a legal milestone after almost a year of negotiations.
After a two-day preliminary hearing in a Harrisburg courtroom, three former top Penn State administrators have been ordered held for trial on charges that they covered up the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
As training camp nears, as well as his second season on the sidelines, coach Bill O’Brien believes Penn State is headed in the right direction amid NCAA-imposed sanctions.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees has approved a $4.42 billion budget and tuition increases averaging about 2.8 percent for all students.
The state Supreme Court late Friday issued a pair of unsigned orders that denied petitions for review filed by former university vice president Gary Schultz and former athletic director Tim Curley.
A judge denied Penn State’s request to throw out a law suit filed by Mike McQueary.
11 former PSU football players have written a letter to fellow lettermen calling for a former player to be voted off the school’s Board of Trustees.
Judge William Morgan signed an order Tuesday that allows The Second Mile to sell the property for $650,000.
Penn State’s trustees are debating the university’s own investigation into how top administrators handled reports about Jerry Sandusky showering with children more than a decade ago.
Penn State University made the news this week, and trustee Anthony Lubrano plans to keep the school there.
Penn State’s bill to pay costs associated with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal has topped $41 million, including $8.1 million to pay for the internal investigation led by former FBI director Louis Freeh.
The Second Mile, a charity for children founded by Jerry Sandusky, is asking a judge for permission to sell its headquarters building in State College.
A federal judge says the insurance carrier for the children’s charity founded by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky doesn’t have to cover him for acts of abuse.
Jay Paterno insists his father wasn’t aware of Sandusky’s sex abuse.