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Corbett Says Taxpayers Won't Pay Penn State Fine, Paterno Family Furious, Robbery Suspect Loose
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/23/12 4:00 pm | updated: 07/23/12 4:00 pm
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett wants assurances Penn State won't use any tax dollars to pay the $60 million fine slapped on Penn State by the NCAA today. Corbett is relieved the NCAA did not shut down football altogether and is confident that the University, which is more than football, will still be considered world class.

The Paterno family is furious over the NCAA's actions today, part of which stripped 14 seasons of football and wins from Joe Paterno. The family is angry that the Freeh report and NCAA sanctions are being accepted unchallenged. The Paterno's believe the legacy and contributions of Joe Paterno has been defamed and criticize Penn State's President, Athletic Director and Board of Trustees.

The FBI and Philadelphia Police want help identifying a suspect responsible for multiple robberies - a Citizens Bank and the Acme grocery store at Red Lion Road near Academy Road on July 18th and July 22nd. During both robberies, the suspect threatened the teller with a gun and fled the area on foot after getting cash. He is a white male in his late 30s or 40s with close cut hair, is about 6 feet tall and weighs about 200 lbs. He is armed and dangerous. Anyone with information, contact police.

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Charlie Manual doesn?t think Cole Hamels is leaving Philadelphia. Charlie thinks Cole likes it here and a deal will get done.

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