A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday:
PENN STATE PAYING NEARLY $60 MILLION TO SETTLE 26 CHILD-SEX CLAIMS INVOLVING FORMER ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH JERRY SANDUSKY
Six other claims — some which the school says are meritless — still must be resolved. Meanwhile, attorneys for former head coach Joe Paterno's family will be in court today arguing against motions by the NCAA to have some claims against it thrown out. Paterno's family is suing claiming NCAA sanctions from the scandal are illegal and defamed the coach.
FORMER CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY TRUSTEE CONVICTED OF LAUNDERING UP TO $600 MILLION FOR MEXICAN DRUG CARTEL
Marco Antonio Delgado is no longer affiliated with the Pittsburgh school. Now the Texas lawyer faces up to 20 years in prison after his conviction by a federal court jury in that state. He'll be sentenced Jan. 24.
LEGISLATIVE HEARING SET ON BILL THAT WOULD BAR STATE FROM REGULATING SOME CHURCH-RUN PROGRAMS
The bill would free church-run educational facilities for pre-kindergarten and nursery-school children from state rules.
HOUSE OF HORRORS SENTENCINGS CONTINUE
Two more ex-employees of convicted Philadelphia abortion provider Kermit Gosnell are set for sentencing today after testifying against him at trial. Investigators have called Gosnell's seedy clinic a "house of horrors."
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA JURY SAYS MAN DESERVES DEATH FOR KILLING TODDLER HE WAS BABY-SITTING
The same York County jurors last week convicted 40-year-old Aric Shayne Woodard of first-degree murder in the death of 2-year-old Jaques Twinn. It took the jury just two hours yesterday to decide that Woodard should be executed instead of spending his life in prison without the possibility of parole.