- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 13, 2015

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

PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT JUSTICES ‘DISTURBED’ BY MEDIA REPORTS ABOUT EMAILS

The court is concerned about email exchanges of explicit photos or offensive jokes allegedly sent between prosecutors and one of their colleagues, Justice Michael Eakin. The court’s statement comes two weeks after Attorney General Kathleen Kane submitted a batch of emails to the court and various state ethics agencies.

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GOV. TOM WOLF SAYS HE WON’T ‘CAVE’ ON DEMAND FOR MEASURES TO WIPE OUT LONG-TERM DEFICIT

Wolf reports no progress in budget talks since the state House defeated his $2.4 billion tax package last week. But the first-term Democrat says he believes Republicans know they have to fix the deficit and he will insist on it.

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PITTSBURGH TO REVIEW OFFICER’S TAKEDOWN SLAM OF CUBS FAN DURING NATIONAL LEAGUE WILDCARD PLAYOFF GAME

A video that has surfaced on YouTube and Sportsmockery.com shows a fan identified only as Dmitri and an unknown Pittsburgh officer grabbing him from behind and slamming him to the ground. Police say the man was being ejected from the game and resisted the officer’s attempts to escort him from PNC Park.

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JUDGE GIVES NCAA MORE ACCESS TO INFORMATION ABOUT PENN STATE COACHES’ LEGAL CLAIMS

NCAA attorneys want to know more about Jay Paterno’s efforts to find a job since leaving Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child-sex scandal. Paterno, a former assistant under his father, and Bill Kenney, another former assistant, say their efforts to find new jobs have been harmed by the NCAA’s oversight of the scandal.

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FOOTBALL PLAYER JAILED ON CHARGES HE STABBED TEAMMATE IN DORM

Albright College freshman Marquis Stewart, of Bethlehem, was arrested after police say he used a corkscrew to stab another freshman player. He’s charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and other crimes.


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