Joe Pa Transferred Ownership of His House to His Wife in July

Plus: School children sexually assault a classmate, Phils look at Cuban sensation, Hunter Pence's Playmate, and more of what the city is buzzing about today

Joe Pa Sold His House to His Wife for $1. Back in July, Joe Paterno transferred the ownership of his home to his wife, Sue, for $1. The Paternos insist that it was a step in the process of planning their estate. [New York Times]

Ten-Year-Olds Sexually Assault an Eight-Year-Old at School. The special victims unit is investigating an incident at Bryant Elementary School, where it is alleged that an eight-year-old boy—who was in an advanced class with older kids—was sexually abused by three 10-year-olds in the bathroom. [6 ABC]

Phils Worked Out Cuba’s Next Big Thing. This year’s big-ticket free agent might be someone who has never played Major League Baseball. Scouts have been salivating over the prospect of adding Cuban defector and supposed outfield stud Yeonnis Cespedes to their rosters. Yesterday, the Phils had Cespedes work out for special adviser and former GM Pat Gillick. The guy is expected to pull a contract of $30 million, so don’t expect him to be playing home games at Citizens Bank Park anytime soon. [Inquirer]

Linda Ann Weston Due in Court Today. Linda Ann Weston—the alleged ringleader of the Tacony Dungeon Case—is due in court this morning. The judge issued a gag order in the case so info about the proceedings from those involved will be extremely limited. [FOX 29]

Hunter Pence’s Playmate. After meeting Philly native and Playboy Playmate Shannon James at the Hamels Foundation Diamonds and Denim event back in July, Hunter Pence and the Playmate appear to be spending a bunch of time together. She accompanied him to Shane Victorino’s charitable fashion show back in August and then tweeted a picture of the two of them yesterday. [Crossing Broad]

Occupy Philly Continues to Occupy Dilworth Plaza. City officials have said that right now they have no intention of removing protesters from Dilworth Plaza even though Occupy Philly’s city permit expired yesterday. The Occupiers have decided to stay despite the pending construction project. [Inquirer]

Nova Beat La Salle in OT. Another Big 5 game went to overtime last night when Maalik Wayns and the Villanova Wildcats beat La Salle 76-69. Thanks to back-to-back nights of overtime, Big 5 play has the city saying, “Sixers who?” [The 700 Level]