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"Seventy five thousand according to USA today William Hill, which operates more than one hundred sports books in Nevada and New Jersey says collectively it was the largest non Super Bowl payout ever. Steve Kafe and CBS news. Wendy Williams speaks out for the first time since filing for divorce from her husband. Everybody has things in their life that they were embarrassed to share with the world or they're frightened to share with the world or they're not ready to share with the world and addressing my sobriety. My addiction had on has really helped me sort out every single compartment of my life. Matt piper. CBS new. I'm Jeff ash two of the three defendants in the go fund me scam of now pleaded guilty with Kate MacLaurin admitting. Her role, Monday KYW's, Mike DeNardo reports. Kate McClure pleaded guilty to theft by deception charges admitting that the tale of a homeless Johnny baba giving his last twenty dollars to buy her gas was fake she agreed to testify against her former boyfriend Mark d'amico who also faces theft by deception and conspiracy charges under questioning from her attorney James jarrow mclure said that d'amico told her that doing media interviews to perpetuate the fake story would help Bob it, did you agree is interviews were intended to remove the campaign and close to contribute to believing. Bob. It was a good Samaritan. At any point in time during these interviews, did you correct this false narrative. The fake story. Raised four hundred thousand dollars on gofundme me money mclure said was spent on trips gambling and a BMW baba pleaded guilty in the case and on Friday received a sentence of probation. Judge. Christopher Garrett set McClure sentencing for June third. She faces up to four years in prison time, the judge says that would run concurrently after her guilty plea to federal charges in the case last month in mount Holly, Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio questioning got heated in Philadelphia city council as library officials testified about their budget while council members raised concerns about the libraries commitment to diversity. They w city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has that story hearing comes in the wake of an anonymous online survey in which library staff complained of bias and harassment library, president von Reardon addressed it in her opening statement applaud. Step that step forward and raise the issue and want to assure you, I in the boards, take these concerns seriously councilman Cindy bass, noting a two year delay in creation of diversity and inclusion committee and the lack of discipline for a white employees who made a remark perceived as offensive expressed doubt. I'm not sure that you get it. Okay. Okay. That's what you say. Okay. All right. Okay. Math is not the only councilmember grilling reared in on library diversity. So rare didn't agree to return with more"