Happening Now, Tuesday June 12, 2012

Commerce Secretary John Bryson is taking a medical leave of absence suffering a seizure that resulted in two car accidents in Los Angeles over the weekend.

Jerry Sandusky's trail heads into a second day of testimony. The 68-year-old, former Penn. State assistant football coach faces 52 charges involving the sexual abuse of 10 boys over 15 years.

Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Jesse Kelly face off in Arizona's special election today. The winner will replace Rep. Gabby Giffords' (D-AZ) who announced her departure in January and continues to recover from being shot at an event in Tucson last year.

The manhunt continues in Alabama for the man suspected of shooting six and killing three at an off campus party near Auburn University last Saturday. Two of those killed were ex-Auburn football players and a current player was among the injured. Last night police surrounded a home in Montgomery but left with no suspect and no comment.

Wildfires continue to burn in Colorado and New Mexico killing one person and damaging more than 100 structures.

Notorious gangster James "Whitey" Bulger's girlfriend, Catherine Greig, faces sentencing today. Family members of Bulger's alleged victims are expected to testify. Greig pleaded guilty back in March to three charges: conspiracy to harbor a fugitive, conspiracy to commit identity fraud, and identity fraud.

The LA Kings beat the NJ Devils last night to win their first Stanley Cup.