Penn State alumni convene in King of Prussia, ban the box legislation takes effect

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    Tonight, Tom MacDonald will take us to King of Prussia, where Penn State University alumni will gather for a town hall-style meeting with President Rodney Erickson. Erickson is set to address the child sex abuse charges against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

    But first, Lizz Fiedler will review the ban the box legislation. It takes effect in Philadelphia tomorrow, and is meant to give job applicants with a criminal background a better chance at employment.

    Allegations of Medicaid mismanagement in New Jersey is nothing new, but the penalty the state faces is. Maiken Scott will clue us in on the details and the disciplinary action the state faces.

    First Lancaster County, now Hunterdon. Taunya English is working on a story about whooping cough and a couple nearby outbreaks.

    The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation is pretty much synonymoush with its “With Love, Philadelphia” campaign these days. But Peter Crimmins will explain the office’s new campaign — announced today — and its ties to the arts.

    Hacking in the library? Jen Howard will talk to hackers about how they might be able to use a common space in the library for hacking.

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