PITTSBURGH - Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Friday:
1. CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE FOUND IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA, BUT NOT AMONG WILD DEER
Officials have quarantined the farm in New Oxford, Adams County, where the deer tested positive for the neurological disease after dying last month. Pennsylvania is the 23rd state to have a confirmed case, but the sickness hasn't been found in the state's wild deer population which remains safe to hunt and eat.
2. JERRY SANDUSKY CAN KEEP $900,000 HE'S ALREADY COLLECTED FROM STATE PENSION
The former Penn State football coach's lost his future pension payments for being convicted earlier this year of molesting 10 boys, but the state doesn't allow officials to go after money paid before the date of a plea or conviction.
3. NO FLYERS, NO PENGUINS, NO PROBLEM
Pennsylvania's two major league hockey teams have been idled by the National Hockey League player lockout, but Penn State is about to drop the puck on Division I hockey for the first time in 65 years. The Nittany Lions' major college program debuts tonight against American International. Penn State dropped hockey as a varsity sport in 1947.
4. WHEELS OF JUSTICE TURNING ON SIX CHARGED WITH FAKING CLAIMS IN PHILLY BUS ACCIDENT
The Philadelphia district attorney's office says six people who claimed they were hurt in a minor city bus accident weren't even on the vehicle. Nobody was injured when side mirror of the bus was hit by another vehicle in December 2009.
But Roethlisberger says passing Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw means little because he broke the record in Thursday night's 26-23 loss to the lowly Tennessee Titans.