A look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Wednesday:
PHILLY ARCHITECT FACES HEARING OVER SUBPOENAED DOCUMENTS IN FATAL BUILDING COLLAPSE
Plato Marinakos is fighting a request that he turn over his demolition plan, photographs and related correspondence to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. His lawyer is citing the architect’s Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in the June 5 collapse, which killed six people inside an adjacent thrift store.
FORMER PHILLY-AREA DISTRICT JUDGE GETS STIFFER-THAN-EXPECTED SENTENCE FOR KEEPING SON’S CITATION OUT OF COURT RECORDS SYSTEM
The attorney for former magisterial district judge Rita Arnold has vowed to appeal the 16- to 32-month jail sentenced handed down Tuesday by a Chester County judge.
CANDYMAKER BEHIND GOLDENBERG’S PEANUT CHEWS DEAD AT 85
Carl Goldenberg was 85 when he died Monday in Philadelphia. He was a third-generation operator of the family business that recently sold the regional candy brand to Bethlehem-based Just Born Inc. That company also makes Peeps marshmallow candies.
WISDOM COMES WITH AGE?
The state Senate has passed a bill to amend the state Constitution to raise the mandatory retirement age for state judges from 70 to 75. The House and Senate must now also approve the bill in the next two-year session of the state Legislature before it can be considered by voters in a statewide referendum.
KA-CHING! SANDUSKY SCANDAL TAB NOW MORE THAN $50 MILLION
Penn State officials say they’ve now spent about $50.5 million because of the child-sex abuse scandal involving convicted former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. The final tab is sure to grow, as the amount reported so far includes only the first $12 million installment of a $60 million NCAA fine. It also doesn’t include $60 million set aside to pay damages to Sandusky’s victims.