Former Christ the King Coach Bob Oliva pleads guilty
Former Christ the King basketball coach Bob Oliva pleaded guilty to sexual abuse charges today, The Daily News reports.
The charges stemmed from a 1976 trip to Boston Oliva took with the victim, Jimmy Carlino.
With the plea deal Oliva avoids jail time, but must register as a sex offender, undergo sex offender treatment, wear a GPS device, give up coaching and not have contacts with minors without supervision, according to the Daily News.
Oliva retired from Christ the King in 2009 citing health problems after winning 549 games over 27 years at the school. (Click here for the full story)
Building in Long Island City may be turned into satellite campus
A vacant building in Long Island City may be turned into a satellite campus for a university, The Daily News reports.
The building at 30-30 Northern Boulevard was originally proposed to be turned into dorms, a project Community Board 1 approved.
But now a university is interested in developing the space for classrooms and an auditorium, the reports says. (Click here for the full story)
Southwest Airlines Inspects Fleet
Southwest Airlines is inspecting their fleet of planes causing almost 100 flights to be canceled, according to NY1.
These inspections come after a California-bound plane got a ruptured ceiling Friday mid-flight.
No Southwest flights leaving from LaGuardia have been cancelled.
Southwest inspected 80 similar planes on Sunday, including ones at LaGuardia. These inspections revealed three planes will small cracks similar to the plane whose roof ruptured. The airline has grounded 70 of its 3,400 flights to finish inspections which should be finished late Tuesday, according to the report. (Click here for the full story)