Listen: April Richardson, Jeff Collier And Pat Roberts discussed on Coast to Coast AM
"Morning show here on K n s s departing Kansas governor, Jeff Collier has confirmed that he's considering running for the US Senate in twenty twenty now that incumbent Republican Pat Roberts will not seek reelection. Call your said Monday during a news conference that he and his wife are strongly looking at the race. A spokesman said attorney general Derek Smith would be speaking to family, friends and supporters. American conservative union, chairman match lap at Saturday on Sirius XM radio that he will strongly. Consider the race Republican congressman Roger Marshall is also considering the race at another potential GOP candidate is departing Kansas secretary of state crisco Bach. Dan, O'Neill Cayenne s s news and other plea deal has been struck in connection with the FBI investigation into corruption and bribery and college basketball, former Arizona assistant men's basketball, coach manual, book Richardson has reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors is he now awaits sentencing in April Richardson is accused of taking at least twenty thousand dollars in bribes to steer college basketball players towards certain financial advisers and business managers once they turned pro the former Wildcats assistant is facing eighteen to twenty four months in prison in connection to the FBI investigation into corruption in college hoops Richardson, joins former assistants in Tony bland of USC and Lamont Evans of Oklahoma state in accepting plea bargains. Matt Napolitano, Fox News a woman who says she was a victim of sex trafficking. When she killed a man in two. Two thousand four was granted clemency Monday by Tennessee's governor and will be released from prison. Governor Bill Haslam granted clemency to sin Toya Brown who had been serving a life sentence for killing a real estate agent. When she was sixteen years old, Clemson forty-four, Alabama sixteen in college football title game sunny today with a high of fifty one degrees N s S news. Now, I'm Steve McIntosh.."