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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Participants twenty-five percent home premiums, New Jersey Education Association has doubts executive director, Ed Richardson, says they've been working on cost cutting themselves last fall we sat with the administration. We agreed to introduce a new benefit option in the school employs program that costs twenty two percent last end, the direct ten program and on a voluntary basis almost six thousand educators in the very first open enrollment shows that benefit auction. He's willing to negotiate further with the state, the lower cost any merger would require. Approval of the legislature and the governor David Madden KYW NewsRadio. The woman who killed her fourteen year old adopted daughter in what prosecutors have called a rape murder. Fantasy has pleaded guilty and will spend the rest of her life in prison. W suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports folks can judge Diane Gibbons told Sarah Packer, when she first heard about this case, she could not understand how a mother could do that to a child. But the judge said she realized Sarah Packer was never a mother grace Packer. Instead, she only saw the girl as a paycheck from the foster system. The judge also such is not surprised to hear Sarah Packers not had any incidents in county jail. Because the judges words she preys on children, not adults who could stand up to her judge Gibbons pointed out Packer had every opportunity in life. But instead the judge says she decided to use her college degree in psychology to try to break grace Packer. But judge given said she was never able to accomplish that Gibbons telling her by all accounts, grace Packers zest for life survived to her last breath in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Actress Eliza Milano leading the charge in Hollywood against a controversial Bill in Georgia the living. Infants fairness and equality act bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected as early as. Six weeks into pregnancy. It was approved by the state legislature on Friday. The governor expects to sign it Milano wrote an open letter to the house speaker and the governor against the Bill. At eight. Oh, eight. KYW.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In California, those designated smoking areas are being moved outside park entrances. There will still be smoking areas. Disney hotels and restaurants for guests with rooms or reservation. Sean resort property. Peter King CBS news Orlando. Why isn't Victoria Beckham joining the Spice Girls on their upcoming reunion tour? Nelson says why on Jay Raynor's out to lunch podcasts. Saying the Olympics is hard. You know, she's moved on how I changed and. He just doesn't have that love performing. In fact, completely mad piper. CBS news. Our top story after eleven hours over three days of deliberations of bucks county jury decides the man who killed fourteen year old grace Packer should be put to death more. From our suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert books kind of judge. Diane Gibbons told the jury this was especially hard saying the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe she also told them never give Jacob Sullivan. Another thought saying he is where he is by his own choice. He made that choice now has to live with the consequences. Bucks county DA. Matt wine tro by that they could sit through sit through let let alone judge a case of this depravity just inspires me. And amazes me, and I will always be grateful for them for having done. Their job Sullivan argued he should be spared. The death penalty in part because he claimed he was manipulated into committing the crimes by his girlfriend. Grace Packers adoptive mother, Sarah Packer, but judge Gibbons told him a five year old tries to say she made me do it. Adding no human being could be made to do. What he did? She told Sullivan. He's not human. He has no soul. And she says she thinks he tried to kill himself because he was scared of prison as the judge put it afraid someone will do to you what you did to her in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Three hotels in Philadelphia hauled into court for allegedly harbouring human traffickers who forced girls to become prostitutes. The details from KYW Steve Tello, the law suit names, the days in on Roosevelt boulevard. The Roosevelt and also on the boulevard and North American motor in along city avenue when the Winfield section of Philadelphia Nadine bays are of the Thomas Kline law firm alleges the hotels disregarded the human trafficking going on in their rooms with the two young women at represents. It is unimaginable. It's unfathomable to think that these hotel proprietors did not know that this activity was going. On on their premises. The lawsuit claims they were just fifteen and seventeen years old when police and the FBI raided the hotels in two thousand thirteen bays are says when hotels like these facilitate the sexual exploitation of children, they should be held accountable. You have these young girls who are scantily dressed. You have a series of nen to the order of five ten fifteen a day coming to see each one of these girls, and the hotel is renting room to these traffickers says the traffickers were arrested and said it's previously in criminal courts, the hotels, either had no comment or did. Not return. Our calls, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. An investigation continues this morning and Wayne Delaware County. A woman was shot and killed inside. The wa wa on old sugar town road in Wayne around eight thirty Thursday night, Pennsylvania state police caught the suspected gunman in Thornburgh township just hours after Thursday night's shooting. The victim has not yet been identified. Authorities believe that she would have been target. Radnor township police are leading the investigation and are expected to release more information later today. And now it's time for KYW sports. Sponsored by septa..

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Oh, two Andrew one dot officials say they're far from done. I Mike darn amid strong criticism. President Trump backs off his proposed cutback of funds for the Special Olympics sports Phillies open their much anticipated season at home with the big ten four win over the Atlanta Braves and the Sixers taking on Brooklyn right now. Sixers ahead one eight ninety six currently mostly cloudy skies. Fifty two degrees going to forty five overnight. Good evening. I'm John Valeria. Our top story at nine zero one after eleven hours of deliberations over three days of bucks county jury decides the man who killed fourteen year old grace Packer should get the death penalty. Hey, why w suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports. Bucks county judge. Diane Gibbons told the jury this was especially hard saying the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe she also told them never give Jacob Sullivan. Another thought saying he is where he is by his own choice. He made that choice now has to live with the consequences bucks. Kennedy. Matt wine tro by that they could sit through sit through let let alone judge a case of this depravity just inspires me in amazes me. And I will always be grateful for them for having done. Their job Sullivan argued he should be spared. The death penalty in part because he claimed he was manipulated into committing the crimes by his girlfriend, grace Packers adoptive mother, Sarah Packer, but judge Gibbons told him a five year old tries to say she made me do it. Adding no human being could be made to do. What he did? She told. Sullivan. He's not human. He has no soul. And she says she thinks he tried to kill himself because he was scared of prison as the judge put it afraid someone will do to you what you did to her in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Nine ju it's traffic.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Over a prayer offered when the state's first Muslim legislator was sworn in. I'm Pat Loeb and in sports Phillies open their much anticipated season at home with the big ten four win over the Atlanta Braves and the Sixers playing Brooklyn right now first quarter. Sixers a head twenty eight eighteen. Early mostly cloudy. Fifty five degrees. Forty five overnight. Good evening. I'm John Valeria. Our top story at seven thirty one. The man who killed fourteen year old grace Packer in what prosecutors called quote, a rape murder. Fantasy is on his way to death row. KYW's suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports took a bucks county jury about eleven hours to make their decision that Jacob Sullivan should be given the death penalty Sullivan had no outward reaction, but the emotional toll could be seen on the faces of several jurors bucks county judge. Diane Gibbons told them death-penalty decisions are never easy. But this case was even harder. In her words, the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe bucks county DA Matt wine trove, you could not write a horror movie where the worst script than that. What was done to Craig's Packer, actually, formally? Sentenced Sullivan judge Gibbons told him he has no soul and is not human Sullivan at argued. He should be spared. The death penalty in part because grace Packers adoptive mother. Sarah Packer, manipulated him into committing the crimes. Drudge. Givens told Sullivan no human being could be made to do what he did to the fourteen year old Sullivan joins one hundred forty two others on death row in Pennsylvania. The last person executed in Pennsylvania was Gary Hyde Nick in nineteen ninety nine after he waived his appeals in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio and Sullivan's co defended and grace Packers adoptive mother. Sarah Packers scheduled a formerly plead guilty tomorrow. She will be given life in prison without the possibility of parole. At seven thirty two. It's traffic.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The fate of the man who killed fourteen year old grace, backer death is the appropriate sentence for this, man. I'm Jim Melwert. Doylestown work has begun on to to Andrew one pen dot officials say they're far from done. I Mike Dorning amid strong criticism. President Trump acts off of his proposed cutback of funds for the Special Olympics in sports Phillies. Open their much anticipated season at home with the big ten four win over the Braves right now, partly cloudy skies. Fifty eight degrees going to forty five degrees overnight. Good evening. I'm John Valeria. Our top story at seven oh one after eleven hours of deliberations over three days of bucks county jury decided the man who killed fourteen year old grace Packer should get the death penalty. KYW's suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports bucks county judge. Diane Gibbons told the jury this was especially hard saying the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe she also told them never give Jacob Sullivan. Another thought saying he is where he is by his own choice. He made that choice, and now has to live with the consequences bucks. Kennedy Matt Weintraub that they could sit through sit through let let alone judge a case of this depravity just inspires me. And amazes me, and I will always be grateful for them for having done. Their job Sullivan argued he should be spared. The death penalty in part because he claimed he was manipulated into committing crimes by his girlfriend, grace Packers adoptive mother, Sarah Packer, but judge Gibbons told him a five year old tries to say she made me do it. Adding no human being could be made to do what he did. She told Sullivan, he's not human. He has no soul. And she says she thinks he tried to kill himself because he was scared of prison as the judge put it afraid someone will do to you what you did to her in time, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Seven oh two. It's traffic.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Jacob Sullivan is sentenced to death by a jury fans have high expectations for the Phillies on this opening day at citizens Bank park with the acquisition of place Harper and several others Pandora's several projects coming down the pike as it pumps money into resurfacing highways breach repairs and replacements and other fixes in sports at the ballpark Phillies against the Atlanta Braves. They are all tied up one one bottom of the third. Partly cloudy skies. Fifty six degrees at the broadcast center. Good afternoon. I'm Steve tawa, our top story at four zero one after eleven hours of deliberations over three days box jury decides the man who killed fourteen year old grace Packers should get the death penalty. KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert was there. Bucks county judge. Diane Gibbons told the jury this was especially hard saying the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe she also told them never give Jacob Sullivan. Another thought saying he is where he is by his own choice. He made that choice and now has to live with the consequences bugs Kennedy, Matt wine trope that they could sit through sit through let let alone judge a case of this depravity just inspires me in amazes me. And I will always be grateful for them for having done. Their job Sullivan argued he should be spared. The death penalty in part because he claimed he was manipulated into committing the crimes by his girlfriend. Grace Packers adoptive mother, Sarah Packer, but judge Gibbons told him a five year old tries to. Say she made me do it. Adding no human being could be made to do. What he did? She told Sullivan. He's not human. He has no soul. And she says she thinks he tried to kill himself because he was scared of prison as the judge put it afraid someone will do to you what you did to her in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. At four traffic.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bring their protest to city hall. I'm Pat Loeb in sports, of course, opening day for the fills as they take on the Braves this afternoon. The Sixers house Brooklyn, partly cloudy skies gorgeous day for baseball and just being outside in general, fifty six degrees getting down to forty five and good afternoon English shelter um. And of course, the top story. We're following for you at three thirty one of verdict today is in the case of Jacob Sullivan penalty phase bucks county district attorney that wine Trump, you could not write a horror movie where the worst script than that. What was done to graze Packer Sullivan pleaded guilty to killing of his girlfriend's daughter. Grace. Jim Melwert has been covering this trial from beginning to end and joins us from doylestown, Michelle. No outward reaction from Jacob Sullivan is the jury announced their decision that he should be sentenced to death decision came in not long after the jury got here this morning yesterday afternoon. They told the court they were deadlocked. They were asked to keep trying for a unanimous decision sent back to keep working toward that. If if they've not been able to all agree on the death penalty Sullivan would have received life in prison. The emotional Tolo was clear on the faces of several of the jurors as they were each individually asked if they agreed with the verdict of death penalty bucks county, judge Diane Gibbons, though told them this was especially hard saying, quote, the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe she also told them never give Jacob Sullivan. Another thought saying, quote, he is where he is by his own choice. He made that choice, and now has to live with the consequences Sullivan had argued he should be spared. The death penalty in part because he claimed he was manipulated into committing the crimes. By his girlfriend grace Packers. Adoptive mother. Sarah Packer, judge Gibbons, though, told him a five year old tries to say she made me do it. Adding no human being especially.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The KYW twenty four hour traffic center. I witness weather five day forecast who CBS three meteorologists met Peterson a wonderful Thursday, plenty of sunshine fours this afternoon. A high of sixty degrees if you're heading down to citizens Bank park. First pitch is three o five of the home opener and temperatures should be in that high fifty to around sixty degree range overnight tonight, mostly cloudy and comfortable Forty-five tonight for the low mostly cloudy and sixty nine to wrap the week up. Tomorrow looking pretty good even seventies on Saturday with partly cloudy skies by Sunday, though, a few showers back in the forecast as we fall back to a high of fifty three and then we'll start out early next week on Monday with sunshine and temperatures staying in the lower fifty s. Now, we have fifty five degrees at the broadcast center in spring garden. Well, the man who killed fourteen year old grace Packer in what prosecutors call rape-murder fantasy is on his way to death row. Here's KYW suburban bureau chief Melwork, it took a bucks county jury about eleven hours to make their decision that Jacob Sullivan should be given the death penalty Sullivan had no outward reaction, but the emotional toll could be seen on the faces of several jurors bucks county judge. Diane Gibbons told them death-penalty decisions are never easy. But this case was even harder. In her words, the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe bucks county DA Matt wine trove, you could not write a horror movie where the worst script than that. What was done to grades Packer, actually formally? Sentenced Sullivan judge Gibbons told him he has no soul, and is not human Sullivan had argued. He should be spared. The death penalty in part because grace Packers adoptive mother. Sarah Packer, manipulated him into committing the crimes. Judge Gibbons told Sullivan no human being could be made to do what he did to the fourteen year old Sullivan joins one hundred forty two others on death row in Pennsylvania. The last person executed. In Pennsylvania was Gary Hyde Nick and nine hundred ninety nine after he waived his appeals in doylestown, Jim.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bucks county jury decides the fate of the man who killed fourteen year old grace, backer, death issue procreate sentence for this man. I'm Jim Melwert doylestown for some baseball fans. It's a holy day of obligation opening day. We'll get the latest live from citizens Bank park. The Ladele man jumps into his car to chase down the men who robbed them records the pursuit on his cell phone and ends up getting shot in sports opening day for the Phillies as they take on the Braves at three oh five and the Sixers post Brooklyn. It is fifty three degrees and sunny in spring garden, we're headed down to forty five tonight. Good afternoon. I'm Molly Daley. Our top story at two one after eleven hours of deliberations over three days of bucks county jury decides the man who killed fourteen year old grace Packer should get. The death penalty w suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports bucks county judge. Diane Gibbons told the jury this was especially hard saying the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe she also told them never give Jay. Jacob sullivan. Another thought saying he is where he is by his own choice. He made that choice, and now has to live with the consequences bucks. Kennedy. Matt wine trope that they could sit through sit through let let alone judge a case of this depravity just inspires me. And amazes me, and I will always be grateful for them for having done. Their job Sullivan argued he should be spared. The death penalty in part because he claimed he was manipulated into committing the crimes by his girlfriend, grace Packers adoptive mother, Sarah Packer, but judge Gibbons told him a five year old tries to say she made me do it. Adding no human being could be made to do. What he did? She told Sullivan. He's not human. He has no soul. And she says she thinks he tried to kill himself because he was scared of prison as the judge put someone will do to you what you did to her in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Hello.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bank park a man videotapes himself chasing, the two men who robbed him as they fire shots at his car hitting him once in the head. I'm Dan wing. We are liking the opening day lineup as the fills take on the Atlanta Braves at the ballpark mostly cloudy right now fifty three going to sixty good afternoon. I'm Steve how're our top story at one thirty one. The man who killed fourteen year old grace Packer, what prosecutors called the rape-murder fantasy on his way to death row. KYW suburban bureau chief it took a bucks county jury about eleven hours to make their decision that Jacob Sullivan should be given the death penalty Sullivan had no outward reaction, but the emotional toll could be seen on the faces of several jurors bucks county judge. Diane Gibbons told them death-penalty decisions are never. Easy. But this case was even harder. In her words, the butchery in this case is beyond my ability to describe bucks county DA Matt wine trove, you could not write a horror movie where the worst script than that. What was done to grades Packer, actually formally? Sentenced Sullivan judge Gibbons told him he has no soul and does not human solvent had argued. He should be spared. The death penalty in part because grace Packers adoptive mother. Sarah Packer, manipulated him into committing the crimes. Judge Gibbons told Solomon, no human being could be made to do what he did to the fourteen year old Sullivan joins one hundred forty two others on death row in Pennsylvania. The last person executed in Pennsylvania was Gary Hyde Nick and nine hundred ninety nine after he waived his appeals in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio Packer is scheduled to be formally plead guilty tomorrow, she'll be given life in prison without the possibility of parole. At one thirty two traffic.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"NewsRadio. And in another courtroom. The jury deciding whether Jacob Sullivan should be given the death penalty or life in prison without parole. We'll be back later this morning to continue their deliberations. They were sent home Wednesday night about two and a half hours after they told the judge they were deadlocked. More from our suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert, the jury sent a note to the court telling them after sufficient deliberations, we cannot unanimously reach a sentencing verdict judge Diane Gibbons read the Jerry what's known as the dynamite charge telling them, it's their job to come to unanimous decision. And she sent them back to continue the. The jury is tasked with citing the fate of Jacob Sullivan. Whether he should be given a death penalty or life in prison without parole. If the jury is unable to reach a verdict he will be given life without parole. Sullivan pleaded guilty to first degree murder for killing fourteen year old grace Packer, his codefendant. Her adoptive mother Sarah Packer will officially enter her guilty. Plea wants this is concluded she'll be sentenced to life in prison in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. At a house hearing in Washington Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo answering questions about whether or not the Trump administration is still pursuing Justice for murdered Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi as made very clear that we will continue to work to identify those who are responsible for tomorrow kashogi, murdering hold them accountable. I'm we will stand by that today. And just just to real quick one. And does that mean mister secretary no matter how high up at mica? I said anyone who Shoghi Jeff fueled simmering discontented Washington over Saudi Arabia's rights record. Now. It's time for KYW's sports. Sponsored by septa..

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And in another courtroom. The jury deciding whether Jacob Sullivan should be given the death penalty or life in prison without parole. We'll be back later this morning to continue their deliberations. They were sent home Wednesday night about two and a half hours after they told the judge they were deadlocked. More from our suburban bureau chief Kim Melwork the jury sent a note to the court telling them after sufficient deliberations, we cannot unanimously reach a sentencing verdict judge Diane Gibbons read the Jerry, what's known as the dynamite charge telling them their job to come to you. Animus decision and she sent them back to continue. The jury is tasked with deciding the fate of Jacob Sullivan. Whether he should be given the death penalty or life in prison without parole. If the jury is unable to reach a verdict he will be given life without parole. Sullivan pleaded guilty to first degree murder for killing fourteen year old grace Packer, his codefendant. Her adoptive mother Sarah Packer will officially enter her guilty. Plea wants this is concluded she'll be sentenced to life imprisonment in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. At a house hearing in Washington Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo answering questions about whether or not the Trump administration is still pursuing Justice for murdered Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi has made very clear that we will continue to work to identify those who are responsible for Jamal kashogi is murder and hold them accountable. We will stand by that today. Just just a real quick one. And does that mean mister secretary no matter how high up like I said anyone who Shoghi Jeff fueled simmering discontented Washington over Saudi Arabia's union rights record. Now. It's time for KYW sports. Sponsored by septa. I'm rob cherry. Sports. Sportsradio WIP.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"It's turned thirty three. Now things getting back to normal the airport this morning, but still some problems after hundreds of flights were canceled yesterday. Stranding thousands of passengers KYW's mic'd already with the story from Philly international. There are some lingering problems after an early morning blast of winter weather, Kevin Riley, and his wife are heading to Cancun and hoping to escape all this mess. Yeah. We came here. We're supposed to flat out ten o'clock. And now we're delayed because the. Incoming flight is delayed. He says when he booked the he never imagined. They would be contending with snow and ice on the day of the flight is it's crazy for this type of snow before thanksgiving weren't expecting it. And now they say they just can't wait to take their first sip of a Margarita on vacation at the airport. Mike, Dougherty KYW NewsRadio. It's ten thirty four. So long prison sentence for the bucks county funeral director who stole more than three hundred thousand dollars more than fifty people who had paid for funeral services. KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert with the story. Book study judge Diane Gibbons told fifty four year old David Faust with this million dollar home in Hume Bill big poll in a big house. He was living the high life while the people he swindled we're struggling to bury their loved ones. She sends them to nine to eighteen years in prison. Followed by nine years probation and ordered him to pay back four hundred thirty thousand dollars the both victims and the social security disability fund sensing was scheduled for August. But Faust asked for a delay in hopes of raising money to pay back victims it turned out though, there was. Unpaid additional mortgage on his property prosecutor Mark Ferber, he knew in the end. There is going to be very very little. And he he's still kept up the Chirad Faust pleaded guilty to stealing three hundred thousand dollars of money earmarked for prepaid funeral services and another one hundred thirty thousand dollars in social security. Disability funds also forced certificates, including one for a woman who is still alive. He apologized to his family and to his victims saying he never wanted to hurt. Anyone in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. This ten thirty six and five day forecast. Now meteorologist Matt Peterson.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And i'm a kennedy locally a lengthy prison sentence for bucks county man who shot a sisters fraud with a pellet gun and then convince family members to go along with his life to try to cover it up give it up suburban bureau chief jim melwert has the story twenty eight year old james stanley was sentenced to five to ten years in state prison for shooting a sixteen year old girl in the chest with an air rifle she sat on a couch and his bristol borough home hell it penetrated not just her shirt but a sweatshirt above it and actually entered the cardio of her the lining of her heart that pellet remains in her test and prosecutor time gannon says no letter to the judge the girl says she'll be a heart patient for the rest of her life every cold when she has any kind of pain or motion around her chest affects her because she never knows what's going to happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says since stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio millions of people in philadelphia and the surrounding area experience unhealthy air more often than in most parts of the country according to a new study was mike dougherty has more there's trouble in the air according to kelly flanagan with pen environment in two thousand sixteen here in philadelphia one hundred eleven days the air quality was below the acceptable standard the study found philadelphia is eighth among the ten worst metropolitan areas for air quality flanagan fears it could get worse if proposed legislation loosens the current epa emission standards experts say residents in these areas are at greater risk for asthma and other respiratory ailments state rep chris rab is working on.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Wally kennedy locally a lengthy prison sentence for a bucks county man who shot a sisters fed with a pellet gun and then convinced family members to go along with his life to try to cover it up suburban bureau chief jim no word has the story twentyeightyearold james stanley was sentenced to five to ten years in state prison for shooting a sixteen year old girl in the chest with an air rifle she sat on a couch in his bristol borough home hell it penetrated not just her shirt but a sweatshirt above it and actually entered the pericardium of her the lining of her heart that pellet remains in her test and prosecutor tom gannon says no letter to the judge the girl says she'll be a heart patient for the rest of her life every cold when she has any kind of pain or emotion around her chest affects her because she never knows what's going to happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says since stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison that the suburban bureau jim melwork kyw newsradio millions of people in philadelphia and the surrounding area experience unhealthy air more often than in most parts of the country according to a new study was mike dougherty has more there's trouble in the air according to kelly flanagan with pen environment in two thousand sixteen here in philadelphia one hundred and eleven days the air quality was below the acceptable standard the study found philadelphia is eighth among the ten worst metropolitan areas for air quality flanagan fears it could get worse if proposed legislation loosens the current epa emission standards experts say residents in these areas are at greater risk for asthma and other respiratory ailments state rep chris rab is working.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"While a candidate locally a lengthy prison sentence for a bucks county man who shot a sisters fraud with a pellet gun and then convinced family members to go along with his life to try to cover it up suburban bureau chief jim melwert has the story twentyeightyearold james stanley was sentenced to five to ten years in state prison for shooting a sixteen year old girl in the chest with an air rifle she sat on a couch in his bristol borough home the hell it penetrated not just her shirt but a sweatshirt above it and actually entered the pericardium of her the lining of her heart that pella remains in her test and prosecutor tom gannon says no letter to the judge the girl says she'll be a heart patient for the rest of her life every cold when she has any kind of pain or emotion around her chest affects her because she never knows what's going to happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says since stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison that the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio millions of people in philadelphia and the surrounding area experience unhealthy air more often than in most parts of the country according to a new study was mike dougherty has more there's trouble in the air according to kelly flanagan with pen environment in two thousand sixteen here in philadelphia one hundred and eleven days the air quality was below the acceptable standard the study found philadelphia is eighth among the ten worst metropolitan areas for air quality flanagan fears it could get worse if proposed legislation loosens the current epa emission standards experts say residents in these areas are at greater risk for asthma and other respiratory ailments state rep chris rab is working.

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"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"diane gibbons" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Chest affects her because she never knows what's going to happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says since stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio news time to thirtyfive thomas jefferson plans to become the first university in the nation to offer a graduate program in marijuana w city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports courses began this fall there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first of its kind jefferson sort of carved out a pioneer space and the legal cannabis world from scientific and medical perspectives dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda standardization of what's recommended for patients and we feel that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact on care is nothing but a good thing ever since currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of the classes are online pat loeb kyw newsradio bryson services cooling incoming sponsors the cbs witness weather five day forecast it's a pretty classic summertime forecast the rest of the afternoon temperatures into the mid eighties and you'll see some sun couple of clouds and a stray shower thunderstorm though you'll be most prone to that in the southeast half of the area later tonight dropping data sixty eight degrees as sky start clear back out high pressure the reason for that so we're back to sign all day tomorrow it's more seasonably hot eighty nine degrees and saturday to looking hot and sunny throughout the daylight hours up to ninety but later that night and into sunday again there could be a stray shower thunderstorm the high it's ninety one on sunday come monday a similar idea here once more than maybe a few showers or some thunderstorms that rumble through but it wouldn't be a washout of a day you should see some sun as well and a high of ninety three degrees it does get pretty toasty with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger on kyw newsradio six and partly cloudy going down to sixty eight degrees wbz news time to thirtyseven take charge of your health.

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