—Court records show seven new accusers may have surfaced against Sandusky.
—Three new members were elected to the Penn State Board of Trustees after a hard-fought election among alumni.
—Penn State trustee Kenneth Frazier said the school's internal probe has resulted in more than 400 interviews and plans remain in place to release the report by late August.
—Penn State administrators Tim Curley and Gary Schultz argued in court filings that prosecutors haven't presented enough evidence to support perjury charges against them.
—Two more school districts sought to have subpoenas issued by Sandusky thrown out.
— Penn State will pay the legal expenses of eight employees who received subpoenas in March.
Source: Court filings, AP reporting.