Gov. Corbett Is Not Happy That He Has to Keep Answering Questions About the Pace of the Jerry Sandusky Investigation

Plus: People think the climate's changing, NBC breaks down its Olympics coverage, Philly's prison population is on the rise, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Governor Corbett Responds to the Freeh Report. Though, you may be more interested in the fact that he reacted just a bit unfavorably when he was asked about the pace of the Jerry Sandusky investigation. Read his reaction and the rest of our Freeh Report coverage here.

Officer Lorenzo Laid to Rest. A funeral mass at Cathedral Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul in Center City at noon will proceed the burial of Officer Brian Lorenzo in Bensalem on Friday. [Inquirer]

Climate Change? A majority of Americans believe that weather has been more unstable in the past three years. [Politico]

Prison Population Rises. After two years of drops in Philly’s prison population, that number is on the rise. Every month in 2012 has seen higher marks than the same month in 2011. [Daily News]

Hairy Sandwich Settlement. A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit stemming from an incident at a South Jersey deli. A man supposedly placed body hair on the bagel sandwich of a cop in retaliation over a previous incident. [Inquirer]

NBC Breaks Down Its Olympics Coverage. The Olympics will begin in a little more than two weeks. Luckily, NBC has provided an extensive look at its coverage of the Games. [Deadspin]

Animal Advocates Rally. On Thursday night, local animal advocates rallied in Hunting Park to raise awareness of animal abuse. The event was specifically in response to two dogs that were set on fire in recent weeks. [NBC Philadelphia]