- Associated Press - Monday, March 24, 2014

A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:

OBAMA ADMINISTRATION, OPPONENTS TO FACE OFF TUESDAY IN SUPREME COURT OVER BIRTH CONTROL MANDATE

The companies involved in the high court case are willing to cover most methods of contraception, as long as they can exclude drugs or devices that the government says may work after an egg has been fertilized. One of the companies involved is from Pennsylvania, Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp., which is owned by a Mennonite family who employ 950 making wood cabinets.

PENN STATE-ALTOONA FRATERNITY PRESIDENT, MEMBERS LAWYERING UP

The Phi Sigma Kappa members are seeking legal advice now that a former member’s family blamed an alleged hazing ritual for the young man’s suicide. The members are denying any hazing took place.

ASSISTANT SWIM COACH’S JOB ENDANGERED BY HIS BARTENDING AT STRIP CLUB

Officials with the Hollidaysburg Area School District are trying to determine whether the man can keep coaching after someone lodged an anonymous complaint saying his bartending job doesn’t jibe with his role as an adult mentor to swimmers.

PITTSBURGH’S CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART OFFERING TEENIE WINDOW INTO NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL

A new exhibit called “Baseball in Pittsburgh” features pictures by legendary black newspaper photographer Teenie Harris. Harris photographed baseball greats such as Jackie Robinson but also captured fans of the era and even youth league hopefuls.

AND THEN THERE WAS ONE

No. 3 seed Penn State is the only Pennsylvania team alive in the NCAA basketball postseason tournaments. The Lady Lions play No. 11 seed Florida Tuesday night. Robert Morris and Penn lost first-round games in the women’s bracket, while Pitt and Villanova have been knocked out of the men’s bracket.