STATE COLLEGE ROADWORK
College Borough Public Works crews will be planting trees along
CORBETT DID NOT DELAY
According to reports in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Philadelphia Inquirer, Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s report on Governor Tom Corbett’s investigation into Jerry Sandusky’s child sexual abuse concluded Corbett did not slow the case for political benefits. Statecollege.com summarized the findings yesterday, saying the report is still being reviewed by officials. No timetable is available for when the report will be released.
WEST NILE VIRUS FOUND
West Nile Virus is back in
PUNISHMENT FOR YOUTH LEADERS
A bill penalizing criminal offenses for sports coaches, scoutmasters and other youth program leaders who sexually assault children in their care was sent Governor Tom Corbett yesterday. According to Pennlive, if approved, it would apply to most instances where a youth leader has sex or indecent contact with a child under 18 who is participating in his or her program. The bill would stiffen punishment to a third degree felony carrying maximum punishments of 7 years in prison and fines up to $15,000.