We're back from the weekend with five stories to know about today:

1. Hero cop investigated: Former Philadelphia police Officer Richard DeCoatsworth, charged with rape over the weekend, had previously been investigated for witness intimidation. DeCoatsworth, who retired in December 2011, had received multiple honors during his career, including a 2009 invitation from Vice President Joe Biden to sit in First Lady Michelle Obama's box for a presidential address to Congress.

2. Missing college student: Authorities are searching for 21-year-old Matthew Royer, who vanished while driving home to Skippack from the University of Rhode Island.

3. Corbett vs. NCAA: A hearing in federal court in Harrsburg is scheduled for today in Gov. Corbett's anti-trust lawsuit against the NCAA, which argues that the NCAA placed unlawful sanctions on Penn State after the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal. The hearing concerns the NCAA's motion to dismiss the case.

4. Woodcrest bids: An auction for the bankrupt Woodcrest Country Club is slated to take place today. At least four bidders -- an investment group led by George E. Norcross III and Ira Lubert, Camden County, the Union League of Philadelphia and a Marlton real-estate group -- are expected to attend the auction.

5. Lottery winners: Someone in Florida won the $590.5 million Powerball jackpot over the weekend. The small city of Zephyrhills is anxious to find out who bought the ticket at a Publix supermarket last week. Closer to home, a ticket sold in Tinton Falls, N.J. won a Mega Millions jackpot. No one has claimed that prize yet.