Bill Conlin Retires Amid Child Molestation Allegations

Plus: An NBC correspondent allegedly left Sandusky's lawyer's place drunk on Sunday night, three men are sentenced in the Phillies parking lot beating death from 2009, the FCC says Comcast discriminated against the Tennis Channel, and more of what the city is buzzing about today

Women, Men Claim Bill Conlin Molested Them in the ’70s. Longtime Daily News sports columnist Bill Conlin has retired amid allegations that he molested a group of children—some of whom are relatives—back in the 1970s. The statute of limitations on the cases has expired, so there will not be criminal proceedings. [Inquirer]

NBC Correspondent Gets DUI Leaving Sandusky’s Lawyer’s House. Jay Gray of NBC News is alleged to have been driving under the influence after leaving Joe Amendola’s house early Monday morning. Gray and others were allegedly at Amendola’s place to watch the Giants/Cowboys game. [Deadspin]

Three Men Sentenced for Phillies Parking Lot Death. One man was sentenced to 9-to-18 years, one will serve 5-to-10 years and another 2-to-4 years for the beating death of 22-year-old David Sale Jr. An argument over spilled beer sparked the tragedy in a Citizens Bank Park parking lot back in 2009. [Inquirer]

Army Vet Arrested for Delaware Woman’s Murder. Dwight L Smith—a 24-year-old Wilmington man who had just returned home from serving in Afghanistan—allegedly ran 65-year-old woman over with his Hummer before beating her and dumping her body. Smith’s father thinks that his son suffers from some sort of post traumatic stress disorder stemming from an attack on his unit in Afghanistan. [6 ABC]

FCC Orders Comcast to Carry the Tennis Channel. It looks like the Tennis Channel has broken Comcast’s serve. The FCC ruled yesterday that Comcast must offer the Tennis Channel on a wider variety of cable packages. The cable giant was allegedly holding the Tennis Channel back because it isn’t owned and operated by Comcast. [FOX 29]

Liquor Prices on the Rise? Today the Liquor Control Board will vote on whether or not they’ll allow approximately 24 vendors to raise prices on wine and liquor $1 to $2 per bottle. [6 ABC]