- Column: Baylor should pull plug on its athletic program Updated: May-26-16 5:37 pm
More than a decade ago, Baylor was at the center of a sordid scandal involving murder and drugs, leading to some of the harshest penalties the NCAA has ever doled out.
- Audit to include rescinded grant to Sandusky-founded charity Updated: May-24-16 10:12 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania's independently elected fiscal watchdog says his audit of a multimillion-dollar state grant program will include a $3 million grant approved but never given to the charity founded by convicted former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
- News groups seek to unseal court records in Penn State case Updated: May-18-16 1:57 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Two news organizations asked a Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday to unseal records in the pending criminal case against three former Penn State administrators over their handling of complaints about Jerry Sandusky, who was convicted of child sexual abuse.
- Judge grants time for victim claims in Paterno-NCAA lawsuit Updated: May-16-16 4:28 pm
STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania - Lawyers for Joe Paterno's relatives and the NCAA can have more time to look into newly disclosed allegations about claims of abuse against the late Penn State football coach's former assistant Jerry Sandusky, a judge said Monday.
- Editorials from around Pennsylvania Updated: May-11-16 10:52 am
Editorials from around Pennsylvania:
- The Latest: Penn State payouts cover abuse claims to 1971 Updated: May-08-16 7:54 pm
STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania - The Latest on newly revealed allegations about Joe Paterno and some assistant coaches in the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal (all times local):
- Jets' Hackenberg 'buried' criticism, excited for fresh start Updated: May-06-16 6:11 pm
FLORHAM PARK, New Jersey - Christian Hackenberg is used to all the scrutiny, the varying opinions about his skills and what he can and can't do on a football field.
- Bill Tilden: A US tennis hero, but with a morals clause Updated: Apr-28-16 4:21 pm
PHILADELPHIA - In the 1920s and 1930s, Bill Tilden was to tennis what Babe Ruth was to baseball. Honoring him with a historical marker should be an ace - if not for questions about his conduct with teenage boys.