It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News week in review.
On Monday, the prosecution rested in the Jerry Sandusky trial and the defense began its case.
The story made headlines all week.
Tuesday, Dottie Sandusky, the wife of Jerry Sandusky, testified that she never witnessed any abuse of children by her husband.
The defense rested on Wednesday.
The case went to the jury Thursday and deliberations continued until late Friday night.
After 20 hours of deliberations, Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts.
He was immediately taken into police custody.
He will be sentenced in approximately 90 days.
Read more about the verdict here.
On Tuesday, we learned that it was a Reading High School grad who was found dead in a Dewey, Delaware hotel on Monday.
Danielle Mehlman, 26, was found by housekeeping staff at Atlantic Oceanside Motel.
She graduated from Reading High School in 2003.
Prior to her death, She was a teacher in Philadelphia, police said.
To read more about the Mehlman story click here.
On Wednesday, a grandfather and his two grandchildren from Allentown went missing while hiking on Hawk Mountain in Albany Township, Berks County.
It was the hottest day of the year so far and the trio were on the mountain for more than 13 hours.
Family members began looking for Bob Durn, 74, and his two young grandsons Garrod, 9, and Griffen, 5, around 3:30pm, they said.
Rescue crews began their search around 6:30pm and the hikers were found just before midnight, Pennsylvania State Police said.
All three survived the incident without any major health issues.
Click here to read more about that story.
On Thursday we learned of a new deal in the works in Harrisburg that could re-start construction at the proposed hockey site in Allentown.
It would change the Neighborhood Improvement Zone (NIZ) law.
Eighteen municipalities have filed lawsuits against the NIZ. They say tax money generated by people who work in the city but live in the surrounding areas should not go toward the project.
Republican State Senator Pat Browne wrote the original law.