Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday:

CONGRESSMEN WANT NCAA TO RESTORE PENN STATE SCHOLARSHIPS

U.S. Reps. Charlie Dent and Glenn Thompson say in the letter to NCAA president Mark Emmert that the scholarship penalties are harming players who had nothing to do with the scandal that engulfed the university in 2011.

THIRD DAY OF DELIBERATIONS IN PITTSBURGH INMATE-ABUSE TRIAL

The Allegheny County jury must decide whether former guard Harry Nicoletti is guilty of any or all of the 80 counts he faces for allegedly physically and sexually abusing gay inmates and convicted child molesters.

JURY IN PHILADELPHIA PRIEST- AND TEACHER-ABUSE CASE RETURNING TO COURT, TOO

The jury deliberated Monday without a verdict. The accuser, a 24-year-old policeman's son, says two Roman Catholic priests and his sixth-grade teacher raped him, starting at age 10. He blames the abuse for his heroin addiction.

CHIEF OF STAFF FOR FORMER STATE SEN. JANE ORIE SET TO FACE DEFENSE QUESTIONING

The aide, Jamie Pavlot, testified Monday that Orie and one of her sisters, Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin, told her to hide political documents that had been filed in the senator's office. Instead, Pavlot kept them and became a government witness in a prosecution that contends Orie, Melvin and a third sister conspired to use the senator and the judge's state-paid staffs to do political campaign work.

EXTERMINATOR CHARGED IN PHILADELPHIA KILLING HAD ALLEGEDLY EXPOSED HIMSELF

Prosecutors say 36-year-old Jason T. Smith lost control when he argued with Dr. Melissa Ketunuti while servicing her home last week, then strangled her, bound her body and set it on fire. Records show he had been cited for exposing himself during a road rage incident on Interstate 95 last year.