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According to court documents, former
Schultz filed a writ of summons in Centre County Court yesterday indicating that he may intend to sue
Schultz’s attorney has said that his client believed that the former university lawyer was representing him when she accompanied both Schultz and Tim Curley to testify in front of the grand jury in 2011, while
Schultz, Curley and Graham Spanier are all facing charges in connection with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. All three men maintain their innocence.
Police continue to search for a man who reportedly attacked a female
Ferguson Police Chief Diane Conrad said the victim had her throat cut, but was able to get away by biting the assailants hand. Police said a jogger found the woman “some distance” from where she was attacked.
According to Penn State Live, the suspect, who is considered armed and dangerous, is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, wearing black clothing and a backpack, and possibly a grey sweatshirt. He was last seen in a wooded area near
The woman was taken to
Police are asking all residents near the area to remain in their homes and lock their doors.
Two of the more vocal critics against the NCAA’s sanctions levied against
According to a Yahoo Sports Report that cites filmmaker John Ziegler’s twitter page, Ziegler and hall of famer Franco Harris confronted NCAA president Mark Emmert yesterday over the sanctions levied against the university.
According to Ziegler’s twitter page, he states that police were called after the confrontation and that Emmert “ran away out the back door.”
Harris has been very critical of
The AP reports that Lawyers on both sides of
The law took effect in March, but sparked legal fight that reached the State Supreme Court which resulted in Simpson suspending the requirement that voters show a photo id for this year’s election, but allowing the law to stand.
Democrats believe the law disenfranchises voters, while republican supporters say it is a protection against fraud.
Health Insurance Exchange
Citing that it would be “irresponsible to put Pennsylvanians on the hook for an unknown amount of money to operate a system under rules that have not fully been written,” Governor Corbett announced yesterday that the
Corbett also blames federal authorities for what he felt were insufficient answers to his questions about some of the main aspects of the exchange.
State Treasurer Rob Mccord has notified the Pennsylvania Lottery that he will withhold payments to a private manager that the Corbett administration is considering to run the state lottery unless he is satisfied that the plans to expand lottery gambling are authorized by state law.
Mccord says the draft private management agreement is vague on what kinds of gambling expansion the operator would pursue and it could require approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Camelot Global Services is currently the lone bidder to manage the lottery.