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Just hours after stepping down, two high-ranking Penn State administrators face arraignment Monday on charges they lied to a grand jury investigating former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky and failed to properly report suspected child abuse by the ex-football coach.
Investigators are encouraging anyone who was sexually assaulted by former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky to step forward and talk to police.
Investigators on Monday encouraged anyone who would accuse former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky of sexual assault to step forward and talk to police.
Pennsylvania's attorney general says Penn State football coach Joe Paterno is not a target of an investigation into possible sexual abuse by one of his former assistants and how the school handled the accusations.
The Penn State board met in executive session Sunday following the weekend announcement that criminal charges were filed against former retired defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, accusing him of sexually abusing young boys.
The Penn State board met in executive session Sunday following the weekend announcement that criminal charges were filed against former retired defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky that accused him of sexually abusing young boys.
The Pennsylvania law requiring some school officials and others to report suspected child abuse does not apply to a Penn State administrator who's accused of keeping quiet about allegations that a former football coach molested a boy in a shower, the administrator's attorney said Sunday.