Penn State Officials Face New Charges

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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Two Penn State officials involved in the sex abuse scandal will be arraigned on new charges today.

Gary Shultz and Tim Curley will be brought into court for endangering the welfare of children, obstruction and conspiracy.

Curly is on leave while he finishes his last year of his contract, while Schultz is retired as Vice President for business and finance.

The former Penn State President, Graham Spanier, is charged with perjury, obstruction, failure to properly report suspected abuse and conspiracy, and endangering the welfare of children.

Spanier is not scheduled to be in court until next week.

All three are accused of covering up the Sandusky scandal, which gave him time and access to attack additional boys.