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  • Pa. Supreme Court refuses to hear ex-Penn St. coach Jerry Sandusky's conviction appeal

    Pa. Supreme Court refuses to hear ex-Penn St. coach Jerry Sandusky's conviction appeal.

  • FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2013 file photo, former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, center, leaves the Centre County Courthouse after attending a post-sentence motion hearing in Bellefonte, Pa. On Wednesday, April 2, 2014, Sandusky lost his bid for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to review his child molestation conviction, but other legal avenues remain open. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

    Pennsylvania high court won't hear Sandusky appeal

    The state's highest court on Wednesday said it would not review Jerry Sandusky's child molestation conviction, but other legal avenues remain open to the former Penn State assistant football coach.

  • Money for child abuse centers OK'd by lawmakers

    A bill to expand programs that help detect and prevent child abuse in Pennsylvania was approved overwhelmingly by the state House on Monday and sent to Gov. Tom Corbett for his signature.

  • Sandusky's wife shifts blame for verdict to today's kids: 'All they think about is sex'

    It was long after former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky had been arrested, tried and convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys before his wife said she realized just how much trouble he was in.

  • Jerry Sandusky's ex-lawyer surrenders law license

    One of two defense lawyers who represented former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky at his child sex abuse trial has voluntarily surrendered his license to practice law in Pennsylvania. The move comes amid an investigation into allegations of misappropriation of client funds.

  • ** FILE ** Jerry Sandusky (left), the former Penn State assistant football coach charged with sexually abusing boys, arrives with his wife, Dottie, at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa., on Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

    Jerry Sandusky's wife: Victims manipulated over money

    The wife of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky says she "definitely" believes her husband is innocent despite being convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys and that the victims' financial gain was at play.

  • In this Monday, March 10, 2014 photo provided by NBC News, Matt Lauer, right, talks with Dottie Sandusky, wife of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, during an interview that aired on NBC's "Today" show on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Sandusky said she "definitely" believes her husband is innocent despite being convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys and that the victims' financial gain was at play. (AP Photo/NBC News)

    Sandusky's wife: Victims manipulated over money

    The wife of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky says she "definitely" believes her husband is innocent despite being convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys and that the victims' financial gain was at play.

  • NBC plans to air interview with Dottie Sandusky

    NBC's "Today" show is about to air an interview with Jerry Sandusky's wife that was recently recorded at her home in State College.

  • Former Sandusky lawyer Rominger subject of probe

    One of the two defense lawyers who represented former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky at trial is being investigated for the potential theft of money from his clients, a prosecutor said Monday.

  • Penn St. trustee resigns, regrets Paterno vote

    A longtime member of the Penn State University Board of Trustees has resigned, saying he regrets his vote to fire Hall of Fame football coach Joe Paterno days after the arrest of Jerry Sandusky on child sexual abuse charges.

  • Former Penn St. president wins lawsuit delay

    A Pennsylvania judge Tuesday granted former Penn State president Graham Spanier's request to put on hold his defamation civil lawsuit against former FBI director Louis Freeh and Freeh's law firm.

  • Ex-top Pa. prosecutor scaled back email retention

    A former acting state attorney general says his decision to shorten the length of time the office retained its emails had nothing to do with Gov. Tom Corbett or the ongoing Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse investigation.

  • Penn State board to consider naming new president

    Penn State trustees will meet early next week to consider hiring a president to replace the administrator who has led the school since shortly after Jerry Sandusky was arrested on child molestation charges, the university said Friday.

  • Correction: Film-Sundance-Happy Valley story

    In a story Jan. 22 about the documentary "Happy Valley" about the Penn State sexual abuse scandal, The Associated Press reported erroneously that an attorney for victims in the case, Tom Kline, had viewed and was satisfied with the film. In fact, it was Andrew Shubin, also an attorney for victims in the case, who viewed and was satisfied with the film.

  • FILE - In this June 20, 2012 file photo, Matt Sandusky, right, the adopted son of former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky leaves the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa.  Matt Sandusky is participating in the documentary "Happy Valley" about his father's sexual-abuse case to advocate for child sexual-abuse survivors. The 100-minute film is being screened this week at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. Sandusky was expected to be a defense witness at Jerry Sandusky's trial but instead came forward to say that he had been abused by his adoptive father. Jerry Sandusky is appealing his conviction and 30- to 60-year prison term. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

    Sandusky's son takes part in film on Penn St. case

    The son of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky participated in a documentary about his father's sexual-abuse case and hopes to become an advocate for child victims.

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