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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Forty four good morning I'm John obstacle which in our top story at nine thirty one there's a new development in the trial of Sharon Pratt starts with killing three people on his cousin's families Bucks county farm in the summer of twenty seventeen prices because in Cosmo DiNardo is refusing a subpoena to testify after making a deal to cooperate not clear what kind of punishment he will face after all in order was spending life in prison after admitting he murdered four young man at that farm prices charged with killing three of them Hey why W. suburban bureau chief Jim no word reports jurors on Friday got to watch regs Frances hour plus one confession to detectives about his role in all this chilling Kratz gave to video statements the first is about four hours long with detectives repeatedly getting frustrated with inconsistencies in what they call lies near the end of that first video Kratz asked to talk to his mother she tells him to tell the truth and not to worry about his cousin Cosmo denardo in her words save yourself because Phil Barry you just like he did to those four boys the second video statements from about six months later Kratz gives a full confession admitting shot and killed the infinite Carol at the urging of denardo he says after they shot and Carol denardo put his arm around and laughing and asked what's wrong haven't you ever seen a dead body before Krups described in order to kill time may on March third is now the two went for cheese steaks then came back the next day to bury the bodies the confession was supposed to be part of a plea to third remarkable cross backed out of that plea at the last minute he's on trial now facing first degree in a possible death penalty is current lawyers asking jurors to ignore this confession claiming Pratt's was coerced into giving it buys previous attorney denardo did go through with his plea he is serving four consecutive life sentences in Doylestown Jimbo work K. winnable year news radio in the slammer for slamming a door that story's coming up on KYW newsradio but right now sponsored by window nationwide to windows get two free visit window nation dot com back to Billy Dawson all right thanks John eastbound.

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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:46 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"At nine fifteen sponsored by all over heating and cooling an inside look at a harrowing rescue of a couple trapped by a toppled three inside their employer home a highly praised not quite so visible woman leave public service in city government he thrives on helping the public in her new role recapping our top story jailed admitted killer Cosmo DiNardo defies a subpoena to testify in his cousin's murder trial that's all ahead the next fifteen minutes good morning John off Connor Barth con is at the end of his death when nasty storms rolled through last week crews rescued an elderly couple trapped when a tree crashed into their home and amber Montgomery County one of the firefighters to help save their lives spoke to our two minute as in a story you'll hear only on KYW in my forty years I don't think and other guys are saying the same thing we've never seen a tree I mean completely decimate a house but that's what happened on tennis Avenue in Ambler and but Henckels along time volunteer with the wissick and fire company was right in the thick of it an eighty foot tall trees slamming into a house essentially knocking it off its foundation an eighty one year old Percy Cuban and his wife Frances were trapped when their room collapsed under the first floor the section of tree that had you know Mr Mrs Cupid pen was about a thousand pounds maybe a little bit more Henkel says they stabilize the house and cut their way through the debris to get to the couple he says it took forty five minutes to get Mrs Cupid out she wasn't seriously hurt then another forty five minutes to an hour to get Mr Cupid out ankle says he was badly hurt but his spirits were not broken Hey he was cautiously he was a wonderful patient for us he didn't complain at all angle says Mr Cupid is still recovering but hopes to soon meet the firefighters who save their lives Tim Jimenez KYW news radio the woman in charge of Philadelphia's criminal justice reform effort left the city government Friday after twelve years serving to administration Hey why W. city hall bureau chief Pat flow before she leaves behind of landmark achievement Julie worth timer spent her entire career in city government first tired in the budget office at the beginning of the Natter administration when the Great Recession hit the young newcomer was part of the team that had to salvage the city budget to cushion the impact which was an incredible learning curve an incredible opportunity that mindset that heart problem is an opportunity kind of sums up why so many of worth timers colleagues including her boss managing director Brian Abernathy have relied on her for tough job the ability to keep our partners at the table the ability he to facilitate difficult conversations that toughest jobs she's had is bringing down the city's prison population and in the spirit of a challenge being an opportunity that led to her proudest achievement helping to close the house of correction as a symbol of a lot of injustice that many Philadelphians suffered a and have it be closed and to know that no one has to work there or the house there is an important step forward with timers headed to the pew trust public safety performance project help cities across the country see that kind of progress it is she says a good opportunity at city hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. news radio president trump is making a reelection pitch black voters in Atlanta the president spoke to a room full of African American supporters slacks for trump black Mr trump pointed to low unemployment rates in minority communities and this criminal justice reform efforts as historic achievements for black voters that is where delivering results for African Americans the hard left Democrats have been busy doing absolutely nothing for you surveys show black voters largely disapprove of Mr trump the latest CBS news poll shows seventeen ten thank you should be impeached Stephen port no I CBS news the White House OJ Simpson is suing a Las Vegas hotel casino that banned him two years ago it's OJ Simpson versus the cosmopolitan of Las Vegas he's suing the hotel casino that band of two years ago this month saying employees defamed him by telling TMZ at the time that you've been drunk disruptive and unruly the complaining knowledges that Simpson after several hours with friends at a steak house received a notice from a security guard as they left it prohibited him from returning to the Las Vegas Strip property but he says he was never given a reason Simpson's attorney says the seventy two year old reputation was damaged by hotel staff accounts at the time mac Piper CBS news the gap in preventable deaths between rural and urban Americans has widened over the past eight years Americans who live out in rural areas are dying more frequently from things like cancer heart disease and lower chronic respiratory disease than those who live in urban areas according to the CDC's Macarena Garcia she says many of the deaths could have been prevented any of them are behavioral a lot has to do with cigarette smoking obesity and not much leisure time she says rule residents also tend to have higher rates of poverty less access to healthcare and are less likely to have health insurance Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta all the highways a little of this a little of that will have a lot of coverage right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic Joe are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we could just run going to a team mobile store today I pulled a limb pro on us with high full tennis trade in it right now get four lines for just thirty Bucks a line with.

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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Station small DiNardo who pleaded guilty to four murders and his parents farm near New Hope is refusing a subpoena to testify because a fourteen year old girl is expected to be charged with murder as an adult in the death of a man found tied to his bed in his home in the northeast Philadelphia man accused of killing a thirteen year old boy in a Chinese restaurant is convicted of first degree murder I'm Christine Joe Hanson in sports the Sixers let one get away in Denver right now it's sunny here at the broadcast center thirty one degrees going up to forty four good morning I'm John off the coach in our top story at nine OO one isn't killer Cosmo DiNardo will defy a subpoena to testify at his cousin's murder trial despite making a deal to cooperate in order was spending life in prison after admitting he murdered four young men two years ago as parents farm in Bucks county he's refusing to take the stand that Sean Kratz his trial on charges he killed three of those men it's unclear what penalty DiNardo might face for this refusal they wanna you suburban bureau chief gin mill work reports jurors on Friday got to watch practice hour plus long confession to detectives about his role in the front in the video showing crisis confession from April twenty eighteen Kratz says after he and his cousin Cosmo denardo shop twenty one year old dean Finney Carol in the head in order to put his arm around them laughing and said what's the matter you've never seen a dead body before that video confession came as part of what was supposed to be a plea deal to third degree murder Kratz backed out of the deal the last minute in the beginning of the video detectives tell him if he does not go through with the plea to use the confession against them Kraft says denardo called him names angry he wouldn't help move the body and he says he tried to talk to Nardo out of going to pick up mark sturgeon Tom Mayo two other men were murdered on the farm this is the second video statement jurors of seeing the others about four hours long at one point in that video crotch talks to his mother who tells him tell the truth and don't worry about his cousin and her words save yourself to so Barry you just like he did to those four boys in order pleaded guilty to.

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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Coach in our top story at seven thirty one there's a new development in the trial of Sharon cracks who's charged with killing three people on his cousin's families Bucks county farm in the summer of twenty seventeen practice because in Cosmo DiNardo is refusing to subpoena to testify after making a deal to cooperate it's not clear what kind of punishment he might face the owners already spending life in prison after admitting he murdered four young men on that farm prices charged with killing three of them Hey why W. suburban bureau chief Jim mail work reports tourists on Friday got to watch prices hour plus long confession to detectives about his role in all this chilling Kratz gave to video statements the first is about four hours long with detectives repeatedly getting frustrated with inconsistencies in what they call lies near the end of that first video Kratz asked to talk to his mother she tells him to tell the truth and not to worry about his cousin Cosmo denardo in her words save yourself because Phil Barry you just like he did to those four boys the second video statements from about six months later Kratz gives a full confession admitting he shot and killed in for Carol at the urging of denardo he says after they shot and Carol denardo put his arm around and laughing and asked what's wrong haven't you ever seen a dead body before crotch described in order to kill time may on March third is now the two went for cheese steaks then came back the next day to bury the bodies the confession was supposed to be part of a plea to third remarkable cross backed out of that plea at the last minute he's on trial now facing first degree in a possible death penalty his current lawyers asking jurors to ignore this confession claiming Kratz was coerced into giving it buys previous attorney denardo did go through with his plea he is serving four.

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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"His parents farm near New Hope is refusing a subpoena to testify at his cousin's murder trial in Doylestown fourteen year old girl is expected to be charged with murder as an adult in the death of a man found tied to the bed in his home in the northeast Philadelphia man accused of killing a thirteen year old boy in a Chinese restaurant is convicted of first degree murder I'm procedure in sports the Sixers let one get away in Denver right now certainly here broadcast center not doing much for the temperature though because it's twenty seven degrees heading up to forty four good morning I'm John obstacle which our top story at seven oh one imprisoned killer Cosmo DiNardo will fly a subpoena to testify his cousin's murder trial this point making a deal to cooperate in order was spending life in prison after admitting he murdered four young men two years ago and his parents farm in Bucks county he's refusing to take the stand that Sean Kratz this trial on charges he killed three of those men unclear what penalty DiNardo might face Hey why would you suburban bureau chief Jim no word reports jurors on Friday got to watch practice hour plus long confession to detectives about his role in those feelings in the video showing crisis confession from April twenty eighteen Crabb says after he and his cousin Cosmo denardo shop twenty one year old dean finna Caroline ahead dinner to put his arm around them laughing and said what's the matter you've never seen a dead body before that video confession came as part of what was supposed to be a plea deal to third degree murder but Kratz backed out of the deal the last minute in the beginning of the video detectives tell him if he does not go through with the police the use the confession against them Kraft says denardo called him names angry he wouldn't help move the body and he says he tried to talk to Nardo out of going to pick up mark sturgeon Tom Mayo two other men who were murdered on the farm this is the second video statement jurors of seeing the others about four hours long at one point in that video crunch talks to his mother who tells him tell the truth and don't worry about his cousin and her words save yourself to so Barry you just like he did to those four boys in order pleaded guilty to four murders and a serving for life sciences Kratz attorneys asking jurors to ignore this confession saying cross was coerced into giving it by his lawyer at the time in Doylestown Jamelle word K. whatever you news radio poignant bar mitzvah anniversary eighty years on that's coming up on KYW news radio we'll get to that though after this whether to Philly Dawson what's happening in traffic.

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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Story admitted jail killer Cosmo DiNardo won't honor a subpoena to testify in the trial of his post in charge with many of the same crime that's ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm John obstacle which counterpart prominence at the editor's desk ventured is the goal when it comes to disease outbreak according to Dr Linda Detwiler veterinarian medical officer with the US department of agriculture's animal and plant health inspection services he's leading a mock disease outbreak for students the Delaware Valley university in Doylestown because it's essential to learn what to do to keep animals and humans healthy and safe we do have pieces that go between humans and animals for example certain strains of influenza especially chickens in humans and some of these have actually a higher death rate in humans and so those are in case any of the strains of like in full ones would be introduced in the United States it would be good for them in their careers to be able to know how to respond the training sessions are held all over because disease outbreaks are costly in human and economic terms of Philadelphia jury has convicted a man of murdering a thirteen year old boys he sat with friends inside a Chinese restaurant nearly two years ago Hey why nobody crime and justice reporter Kristin Johannson explains video and a jacket by the defendant the murder the court room remains silent as the jury read that twenty two your time your Johnson was guilty of first degree murder and related gun offenses in the death of a thirteen year old seer Davis proctor Johnson has maintained.

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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"All news and all that matters to you Cosmo DiNardo admits killing four people book refuses to testify against his cousin charged with many of the same crime customer service offline a fourteen year old girl is expected to be charged as an adult in the murder of a man found tied to a bed in his role in her home the Sixers had the Denver Nuggets game under control until they didn't right now clear conditions twenty seven degrees here at the broadcast center heading up the forty four this afternoon good morning I'm John off the coach in our top story at five thirty one there's a new development in the trial of Sean Kratz charged with killing three people on his cousin families box can only form in the summer of twenty seventeen prices cousin Cosmo DiNardo is refusing a subpoena to testify after making a deal to cooperate it's not clear what kind of punishment he will face DiNardo is spending life in prison after admitting he murdered four young men on that farm Craxi charged with killing three of them K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim mail work reports jurors on Friday got to watch prices our long plus confession to detectives about his role in those going chilling Kratz gave to video statements the first is about four hours long with detectives repeatedly getting frustrated with inconsistencies in what they call lies near the end of that first video Kratz asked to talk to his mother she tells him to tell the truth and not to worry about his cousin Cosmo denardo in her words save yourself because will bury you just like he did to those four boys the second video statements from about six months later Kratz gives a full confession admitting he shot and killed the infinite Carol at the urging of denardo he says after they shop and Carol denardo put his arm around and laughing and asked what's wrong haven't you ever seen a dead body before crutch described in order to kill time mailing mark Sturgis and how the two went for cheese steaks then came back the next day to bury the bodies the confession was supposed to be part of a plea to third remarkable cross backed out of that plea at the last minute he's on trial now facing first degree in a possible death penalty his current lawyers asking jurors to ignore this confession claiming Pratt's was coerced into giving it buys previous attorney denardo did go through with his plea he.

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"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"cosmo dinardo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Praise but not quite so visible woman leave public service in city government keep thrives on helping the public in her new role recapping our top story jailed admitted killer Cosmo DiNardo defies a subpoena to testify in his murder trial as the jury hears the Sean cats confession that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm John obstacle which corner bar con is at the editor's desk with nasty storms rolled through last week crews rescued an elderly couple trip crap when it free crashed on to their home in amber Montgomery County one of the firefighters who helped save their lives spoke to our team in N. as in a story here only on K. Y. W. in my forty years I don't think and other guys are saying the same thing we've never seen a tree I mean completely decimate a house but that's what happened on tennis Avenue in Ambler and but Henckels along time volunteer with the wissick and fire company was right in the thick of it an eighty foot tall trees slamming into a house essentially knocking it off its foundation an eighty one year old Percy Cuban and his wife Frances were trapped when their room collapsed under the first floor the section of tree that had you know Mr Mrs Cupid pen was about a thousand pounds maybe a little bit more Henkel says they stabilize the house and cut their way through the debris to get to the couple he says it took forty five minutes to get Mrs Cupid out she wasn't seriously hurt then another forty five minutes to an hour to get Mr Cupid out ankle says he was badly hurt but his spirits were not broken he was close to say he was a wonderful patient for us he didn't complain at all angle says Mr Cupid is still recovering but hopes to soon meet the firefighters who save their lives Tim Jimenez KYW newsradio the woman in charge of Philadelphia's criminal justice reform effort left city government Friday after twelve years and Irving in two administrations Hey why W. city hall bureau chief Pat Lok reports he leaves behind a landmark achievement Julie worth timers spent her entire career in city government first hired in the budget office at the beginning of the Natter administration when the Great Recession hit and the young newcomer was part of the team that had to salvage the city budget to cushion the impact which was an incredible learning her of an incredible opportunity that mindset that heart problem is an opportunity kind of sums up why so many of worth timers colleagues including her boss managing director Brian Abernathy have relied on her for tough job the ability to keep our partners at the table the ability to facilitate difficult conversations that toughest job she's had is bringing down the city's prison population and in the spirit of a challenge being an opportunity it led to her proudest achievement helping to close the house of correction it was a symbol of a lot of injustice that many Philadelphians suffered a and have it be closed and to know that no one has to work there or the house there is an important step forward for Philadelphia to be more just study with timers headed to the pew trust public safety performance project help cities across the country see that kind of progress her old boss judge Benjamin Lerner says it reminds him of how he and worth timer used to fantasize about winning the lottery so they could start a criminal justice foundation I am so happy that for Julie at least the fantasy has come true your money is lottery level the Q. foundation is probably one of the few places where you have more resources than you would have even if you won the power ball worth timer says it's an opportunity at city hall Pat lobe KYW newsradio president trump is making a re election pitch to black voters in Atlanta the president spoke to a room full of African American supporters slacks for trump black Mr trump pointed to low unemployment rates in minority communities and his criminal justice reform efforts as historic achievements for black voters that is where delivering results for African Americans the hard left Democrats have been busy doing absolutely nothing for you surveys show black voters largely disapprove of Mr trump the latest CBS news poll shows seven in ten think he should be impeached Stephen port no I CBS news the White House O. J. Simpson is suing a Las Vegas hotel casino that banned him who years ago it's OJ Simpson versus the cosmopolitan of Las Vegas he's suing the hotel casino that band of two years ago this month saying employees defamed him by telling TMZ at the time that you've been drunk disruptive and unruly the complaining knowledges that Simpson after several hours with friends at a steak house received a notice from a security guard as they left it prohibited him from returning to the Las Vegas Strip property but he says he was never given a reason Simpson's attorney says the seventy two year old reputation was damaged by hotel staff accounts of the time mac Piper CBS news the gap in preventable deaths between rural and urban Americans has widened over the past eight years Americans who live out in rural areas or die more frequently from things like cancer heart disease in lower chronic respiratory disease that those who live in urban areas according to the CDC's Macarena Garcia she says many of the deaths could have been prevented any of them are behavioral a lot has to do with cigarette smoking obesity and not much leisure time she says rule residents also tend to have higher rates of poverty less access.

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