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PENNSYLVANIA: Preliminary Sandusky report

Penn State has received a preliminary report from the federal government on whether its handling of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal complied with campus crime reporting requirements, the university said Monday. Neither the school nor the U.S. Department of Education was permitted under the law to release information about the report at this time, however.


MASSACHUSETTS: A premonition of death

A man allegedly killed by James "Whitey" Bulger had predicted he would be killed if Bulger learned he'd been cooperating with authorities, former FBI agent Gerald Montanari testified Monday. He told jurors in Bulger's racketeering case that Edward "Brian" Halloran became an FBI informant in 1982 and agreed to testify against Bulger and members of his gang in the 1981 slaying of Tulsa, Okla., businessman Roger Wheeler, as well as other killings. Bulger is charged with firing on a car Halloran was in, months after he turned informant. Halloran and Michael Donahue were killed.


ILLINOIS: AG drops plan to run for guv

State Attorney General Lisa Madigan says she'll seek another term instead of running for governor next year. The Chicago Democrat said Monday she considered a challenge to Gov. Pat Quinn, a fellow Democrat, but decided instead to seek re-election. Her father is the speaker of the State House. Former White House chief of staff Bill Daley and four Republicans remain possible challengers to Quinn.


WISCONSIN: Life in slaying of daughters

A man who killed his three daughters in an act of revenge against his ex-wife was sentenced Monday to life in prison with no chance of parole. Aaron Schaffhausen, 35, admitted he killed Amara, 11, Sophie, 8, and Cecilia, 5, at their River Falls home in July 2012 to hurt his ex-wife. A jury found in April that he was sane when he slit the girls' throats, tucked them into bed, then tried to set the house on fire to cover his crime.

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