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Mickey Drexler's Formula for Turning Retail Around
"Welcome to inside fashion on the podcast. This week. We have a very special conversation with someone who has come to be known as merchant Prince of fashion. Mickey Drexler grew up in the Bronx working at his dad's company in the garment district and then carved out a legendary career working at Bloomingdale's Bloomingdale's and Taylor the gap and J. Crew. These days Mickey is working with his son on a new brand called Alex melon in his conversation with B.. JIO FS chief correspondent in New York. Lauren Sherman he shares his advice for young executives working with creative partners. Here's Mickey Drexler inside fashion. So Mickey thank you for being here happy to be here. Let's start from the beginning. Are Your parents or your parents in retailer apparel or anything that I My Dad worked worked in the garment business. New York City We grew I grew up in the Bronx and he had like a lot of other First Generation Jewish families whatever he worked in the garment business. He worked By buttons and piece goods for coat manufacturer named Jill Junior and my mom always worked. She was ill From Twenty eight years old she had cancer and passed away. Wait fifteen years later from a Being a chain smoker in those days no one really knew that cigarettes actually killed you so So she but she always worked as a secretary at the Y. M. Ha So they both worked hard. I had no siblings but I had seven cousins. Who Live down the St and three of my mom's sisters so as an extended family well it was the y m h a a young men's Hebrew Association? WHO's in the South Bronx Bronx? I went to overnight camp where she was a secretary for the summers At the camp camp because she worked it was affiliated with ym Ha and growing up. Did you think you would go into the same business. Your Dad was well I I didn't think anything as a kid I I only worried about. I worried about a lot of stuff. 'cause I was a worrying kid but I didn't really think about what I do who I always dreamt that my dad would be a successful. Because that's what he talked and dream about he talked about always Wanting wanting to kind of de successful he never was by any measurement Successful at what. He did He worked for a kind of a boss who you know. I heard about all the time who didn't treat him as kindly maybe As he might. That's true a lot of bosses and he wanted to be. I'll use the word big shot. Now this is in the sixties in the Bronx and So I didn't really know what I wanted to do. I had no idea it would be the garment business But I always worked starting at a young age my teenage years going because he kind of forced me to go into work with him on holidays on Saturdays Saturdays so I went to work for the coat. Company ticketing coats a Aaron's the shipping carrying samples to the other people in stores etc.. Did you know Ralph Lauren. Growing up because he grew up in the Bronx right. He was on Masha Loop Parkway. I was Barnes Avenue He I went to high school at Bronx sites across much Lou Parkway did you do you remember when he hemas coming up in the late sixties. I remember him exactly. 'cause I always followed people who did things that I admired. I was at Bloomingdale's started Sixty nine working at bloomingdale's and I remember Ralph. I didn't know him personally. But he came in selling selling wide ties to the men's department and it was like revolutionary and so I didn't know him but you know because I worked at Bloomingdale's I A new people who bought ties from him. So I always looked at. Ralph is someone. I admired immensely. What he did and at Bloomingdale's did you do the retail program? I know a lot of the department stores used to have these great training programs. Very lucky. In the sense first day was in housewares. I couldn't stand it I was trying to look for pots and pans. I knew nothing about it and I was Kinda lost. And the second day They moved me and this is my second day of my right official career. They put me into a department of junior department was called the Lexington shops. I was the buyer I actually went to the market every day. A No supervision really knows days and I. It's changed so dramatically you didn't have someone breathing down your neck. Tell you what to do so there I was twenty three years resolve. Whatever and I had a department Lexington Juniors whose only in fifty nine th street and I was in charge of buying all the merchandise. I had a really nice boss Stanley Stern. He left me alone. I had two or three really hot items and you make a lot of money on hot items Elephant Pant by Arthur Arthur. Bell was my hottest pant. The world's a cuffed big elastic waist pants every day. I was rewarding like crazy so I did that for six months because Barbara on jr was on maternity leave. Unfortunately she comes back and there. I go to the branches so I did that for a while and then I was promoted back In to fifty ninth street Iran. A woman's swimwear our T shirts and sweaters. My first buying job I they say I was like. I did it really quickly and again there. I was pretty much on my own as most of us were learning the business. I was very fortunate. I had a woman that he katy Murphy who passed away a young age. She was a fashion Shen director and knew more about the business than anyone I knew but because she was a woman She wasn't the seal. She could have positioned set set. She just got it and I was very lucky to have her as I kind of her pet. They treated me like oh go out with Katie went to Europe together. We bought together and only in hindsight that I realize that the fundamentals of what I even do today I think was set in place by Katie. And I going on these trips and we've been buddies so if I had an issue in work I ran to Katie. Not My boss. What do you think of this Katie? Anyway think of that and you know you don't realize you're learning so much everyday idle huge learning curve and so I did that job for a year and a half then. I was promoted moded into the boys area and then maybe it went up to the branches again. Then I quit and you said you had a couple of hot items. What what what does that mean? And how did you identify them. Especially back then when you were just starting out. How did you know that something was gonna hit? I think a lot of what people do. Who is kind of a DNA? Instinctive nature not nurturance much. I'm not sure but I always like I used to sell When Wilkinson Sword Blades came out I was in eighth grade? I was working in the garment center. I was young I was as a kid and I used to get a supply of them. They were really hard to find. They were the best razor blade. Hello in the sixties and I bought supply and I told them to when I made deliveries. I Have Wilkinson Sword Razor Blades. I didn't think I was an entrepreneur. I didn't think anything I could. Maybe maybe make some money and as a young child I money. My father's will obsessed about money because he never really made it. And I think I picked picked up some of the habits of wanting to have some safety and security so that was a little safety and security to keep handle drawer with my cash in it. I saved it. I never spent. It was not much to spend on very impressive. I wish I had a drawer with cash while it was like ten dollars dollars wasn't like a lot. So why did you quit bloomingdale's and what did you do after that. You know it's interesting just to step back end up working at Bloomingdale's I had a summer job at a NS. Now macy's and I fixed them up with a friend of mine I loved. I summer there so I was ready to be hired and I fixed them up with someone. I went to school with and they offered him five hundred dollars more in salary I did now. I didn't think about I was furious. I fix them up. They offered me eleven the offer him eleven five and I am crazy. Furious and You know I didn't have mentors like everyone has a mentor today. I couldn't talk talk to my parents about that but I was pissed off and I interviewed at Bloomingdale's and decide it and it was huge important decision in my life if the second most to that date businesswise and So I decided to work at Bloomingdale's they offered me eleven five. I wasn't negotiating a lot of great negotiator gator salaries and all that stuff and I went to work at Bloomingdale's. Ns would have taught me a whole different way of doing business. Sale Promotion They they were very successful But you know it's funny. So that kind of infuriated me any. Why'd I leave Bloomingdale's I got to the point where and you don't have to make a living and I said this is and once I moved up a little not a lot. I start to think about two things one. I don't love it as much now. I had the boys area and I was supervising but more importantly I always wanted to have really important in regard for people. I worked for Maybe it was my expectation and I realized that you know forgetting what titles are that. At at some point you know people get promoted without earning. The promotion and big corporations was like a huge corporation was big bloomingdale's relative to what I thought of his big back in those days and start to realize put your time in to a degree if you're older than me or whoever you may get promoted moded and I looked at the surroundings and who was moving up and I I I wanted to change someone. One recruit someone at macy's recruited me add Finkelstein who was then the chairman very charismatic guy. Recruited me I left and I stayed at macy's year and a half why because I was obviously looking for something I wasn't getting in a department store business. My last last movie in a Department Store Business was bloomingdale's was owned also a NS federated department stores. They recruited. It'd me back and I went back the stake but again I didn't have the freedom of I'll just do whatever it wasn't like everyone to start up. I you know. In those days who did startups who can raise money to pay the rent and I went to Ns for four years. And I said that was
"katy murphy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Third annual good neighbor radiothon. We're going to be talking with Pat Cassidy about to how it's going out there in the suburbs. He's helping to collect some things for people in the Chicago area right now, chilly twenty three degrees in our top local story on NewsRadio WB B M. Prosecutors in dupage county have filed reckless homicide charges connected with a deadly crash in Bartlett back in September. WBZ's? Bob Roberts is live at the anchor desk. Willie update Nick prosecutors say euros Tino of west Chicago and Jordan Gada Bolingbrook were racing western Stearns wrote approaching manga road when Santino lost control of his car and beard, head on at eighty four miles an hour into two eastbound cars. Killing forty year old Chris Arben and Twenty-three-year-old Miguel. Flores police say Santino Taft one hundred miles an hour. Just before the crash and Gant ninety bond is set at three hundred thousand dollars present Tino two hundred grand for Gant live at the anchor desk. Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine FM. We are monitoring developments in Chicago's Edgewater neighborhood this hour where police say a possible suspect in an earlier disturbance may have barricaded himself inside a home officers. I responded to the address on Hollywood near Clark just after eleven thirty this morning. They're concerned that one person may be armed as we get updates on the situation. We will let you know, a convicted sex offender accused at illegally offering guitar lessons to children in Woodstock has been acquitted. Fifty-three-year-old David Kollie said when he opened a now closed business offering ATar lessons in two thousand sixteen. He had no idea he was considered a sex offender. He was convicted twenty four years ago in California of inappropriate contact with a girl from his church. The judge said in the current case prosecutors failed to prove he was marketing ITAR lessons exclusively to kids which would have been a violation. He said he wasn't the northwest herald reports prosecutors are moving forward on a misdemeanor case against him for being in a park. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Evanston police and the group moms demand action will hold a gun buyback program. Tomorrow to help people make the streets safer each person who brings in an unwanted gun will receive one hundred dollars. No questions asked Evanston. Police commander. Ryan blue says if you're burglarize gone to be taken if there's a south of people that are illegally in your house that gun could be taken. And then they're gone is gonna be enter the circulation of criminal enterprise. The gun feedback event will be held at the unitarian church of Evanston on ridge avenue from eleven in the morning until one thirty tomorrow afternoon. It's open for residents of Evanston, Skokie and the Chicago nor side tomorrow morning. The Art Institute of Chicago. We'll. Take a photo of its one hundred twenty five year old building and Chicagoans recreating a photo. From the museum's earliest days, we're hoping that we can still the steps and the sidewalk in front of the museum. Katy Murphy spokeswoman for the Art Institute says they'll take a photo of the crowd that shows up at ten AM the backdrop the museum itself the building open December eighth eighteen ninety three. And Murphy says there was a photo taken about that time showing hundreds of people in their turn of the century attire, not the best resolution image to start with. And obviously the photography is different than what we have now. So it's a bit blurry. It's a bit ambiguous. But I'd love to think that one of the descendants of someone enough. Ota will be here on Saturday. Steve Miller, News Radio one one zero five point nine FM BBB. Am News time three.
"katy murphy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Be looking at that rain, ending western jersey and up toward the Catskills. Western Hudson river valley, you can get out vote. And then that rain will spread eastward across coastal Connecticut. Long Island tonight probably doesn't end until after nine o'clock. So you'll love to get out and vote in the rain, but rain gear handy and allow for extra travel time to do that too much around sixty five right now tonight, we'll clear out after midnight. We off the low forty two in the suburbs. And fifty two around the fiber rose Kentucky, Long Island jersey shore. He that ring gear head for the be careful traveling. This is beloved seventy seven WBZ New York comes into our big difference between the way senior citizens look at the opportunity to vote and hipsters millennials who will see the it's. Not senior citizens say take it like, it's a religious responsibility. They'll get dressed in this Sunday best as if they were going to synagogue or church and if necessary they'll wait hours online to vote. I'll bet you. That's exactly what's happening today up in river walk now we as river walk. Well, it's in Riverdale right in the Bronx. It's a luxury residential style. Independent living community where Katy Murphy is going to make sure that all of her clients there get that opportunity to vote because Katie is your Beck and call. So if you happen to be the daughter or the, Sean or the grandchildren, and you've gone up to river walk can you've looked at private condos hit or available for your parents or grandparents, and you say, oh, this is the place you want to be your campus is right here on the Hudson river, you'll the George Washington Bridge south you, look north manage the motto Pluto, never call it that bridge. Tappin cheap bridge. And there's so much to do that not only are you going to be encouraged to vote and given the opportunity to vote, but they yoga classes college courts museum visits this stimulation with UPS group. So look if you're looking for a place, you could be listening to us right now. And you're sitting in your apartment by yourself. And you say I need to be when my will get on the phone, and you can chat with Katie. She'll tell you all about the river walk experience by calling eight five five Katie Ken. That's eight five five K A T E C A N or visit Katie candidate org. That's K A T I E can dot org. To learn more about the river. Walk living experience election.
"katy murphy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Zero follow me on Twitter, your tweets at Ethan Bearman, be like Ray. And let me know what you're thinking. Speaking of thinking housing is just out of control out of control state. Senator Weiner tried to do something about it this year now blocked by the nimbies. And that's a fact there's no there's no opinion in that. That is a factual. Nope. We don't want changes. Let's just keep going the way we're going in. Instead, let's get a proposition on the ballot coming up to expand rent control because that adds housing away. No, it doesn't it just controls. Rent doesn't do anything about three point six million units housing, but it's on the ballot. And this is an important one. This is a big one that could have huge impact on the state of California. So what is proper ten while I have an expert. On the phone. Joining me to help. Explain Katy Murphy from the East Bay times bay area news group, Katie thanks so much for coming on the show today. Thanks for having me. All right to Katie. I gotta start with this first off what does prop ten actually propose, regardless of what the attorney general wrote. What does it? What does it say? It would repeal a lot at California passed in nineteen ninety-five that restricts the type of rent controls that cities can place on on landlords. Okay. So basically, it would it opens the door to stronger and broader rent controls at the local level. So I wanna make sure that one hundred percent clear on this. Because it just repeals a law that blocked new rent control by repealing this act from nineteen ninety five. I think you said. Katie is then would allow cities to enact new rent control is at the right time. Yeah, they the law. Yeah. It's basically would get rid of this law and the law prevents cities from putting Reynolds on single family homes and condos that are rented, for example, it prevents cities from rent controlling anything built after nineteen ninety-five forever. Or in the case, if the city already has rent control, and they pass it say a nineteen eighty with an exemption for new construction than anything in that city any apartment building after that date, nineteen eighty will forever be exempt from rent control under the current state law. So if it's repealed, then cities can start they could start putting controlled on new buildings or in the case. Berkeley. They would do it after twenty years after building his Bill. It would come into rent control. Katy Murphy is joining me on the phone to make sure to explain all this the east East Bay times timeout proposition ten this is the rent control ballot measure, so I wanna. So what is the proponent of the proponents? Let's let's kinda hear what the sides are arguing so a yes. Vote on prop ten the proponents are telling me, why are they saying I should vote? Yes. On prop ten. They are saying that the housing crisis is so severe that in so many renters are, you know, our one rent hike away from getting you know, displeased or having to leave the home altogether. That this is the only their argument is this is the only immediate solution is the only thing that could give not everybody. But at least some people some released and stability in in knowing what their rent is going to be in the future years. Okay. So that so we need to do this vote. Yes. On prop. Because it's the only way we're going to get a handle on rant now, regardless of how the housing stock shortage. And what about you know, it'll take decades to build enough housing. And then have the, you know, the prices ended up going down through fixing the market that that that that will take too long. Okay. All right. So that's their argument. So we're talking about proposition tan that's coming up on the ballot. California's rent control ballot measure, Katy Murphy is joining me from the East Bay times. And then the opponents, I'm assuming are the same opponents that we would normally expect who rent control, which is almost always developers and business and chambers of commerce, and all of those groups, and what are they saying is the problem, then with prop ten? They are adamantly against it. And they say that it will it will slow housing development. It will make the current housing shortage worse, and they say that in a lot of cases, it might discourage a landlord from renting their place out to begin with. So that it could make it harder for people to find a place to live. So basically, they say it's just the wrong approach to solving the housing crisis. Now, sixty million dollars over sixty million dollars. So far to tell, you know, promote their argument compared to twenty three million on the on the yes side. Okay. That's what our initiative process, by the way has become he with he or she with the deepest pockets usually wins. That's what we have learned in the last several voting cycles is just whoever can raise the most seems to be the one who wins. The most is what it's kinda come down to you. But, but as you talk about in your article in the East Bay times journeyman the phone is Katy Murphy were talking about proposition. Ten where's the legislature in all of this? Why does it always end up as an initiative on the ballot? It seems like this is something that elected leaders are supposed to discuss and debate. Yes. Especially since we're talking about a state law to begin with. Right. Well, one some lawmakers tried to bring this up there with a Bill this year actually was introduced last year, and it was tabled and then bought back this year, and it died in the very first committee hearing to repeal the to repeal this law in the off. Author was hoping that it would like most things in Sacramento result in compromise. And maybe it wouldn't repeal the law, but it would loosen it up a little bit like maybe allow building to we'll come into rent control after thirty years or maybe forty years or something. But there is just the debate has so polarizing the two sides were nowhere. They there was just no appetite for compromise at all. And so the Bill just died. Well. The function of Sacramento, even with a super majority of a single party. Still doesn't cease to amaze me, Katy Murphy, look, it was great to meet you today. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Really? Appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Absolutely. So that's proposition. Ten it's on the ballot next month. I'm curious what you think is we have a massive housing shortage. As a matter of fact, there's also news out right now, that's the same. Cisco housing authority doesn't have enough.
"katy murphy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Desk, if you're heading eastbound on five eighty into the central valley watch out for activity, east of grant liner is a grass fire burning alongside the freeway. Their fire crews have closed the right lane. And so it's a hazard not really seeing a huge, backup belief. Not yet. Meantime in San Francisco, there was an earlier small grass fire northbound one zero one near the Ron street offering up that has been cleared to taking care of the fire department. Just the typical slow going between candlestick and Cesar Chavez northbound on what I wanted to south bay slowing from hell you're up to fair oaks, southbound one on one on the peninsula between Broadway and university in Palo Alto, pretty slow. Earlier crash at Marsh has been cleared and the weird backed up to the end lot metering lights on at the bay bridge. We're sponsored by a Redwood credit union. Redwood credit union delivers banking that helps you focus on today and plan for tomorrow with. Free checking affordable loans and credit cards and anytime access because success takes torquing other Redwood credit union for all that you love. Federally insured by NCUA, sunny all around the bay area, San Jose, fifty seven we are woman up in San Francisco where it's fifty nine Alameda. Nice sixty three at this hour. Highs range in the mid sixties at the coast to the low eighties and Lynn will become more mild as we head through the workweek with the areas back into the mid eighties. And we'll warm up along the coast to at the by Saturday and Sunday. I'm Brett burkhart. You wanna keep it tuned indicate GIO eight ten for the eastern behrman show. Ten to one PM be taking your calls on the latest about Jamal kashogi with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo arriving in Saudi Arabia to discuss plus housing is so out of control. We now have a rent controlled ballot measure coming up in November Katy Murphy from the East Bay times will join you explain San Francisco and Oakland are paying millions over budget and MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski will join me today as well the eastern Bearman show the law office of..
"katy murphy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Confirmation. Democrat Senator Joe Manchin announced he will be voting. Yes. Moments after Republican Susan Collins delivered an impassioned speech voicing her support and three Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder and sixteen counts of aggravated battery in the shooting death of Liqun McDonnell black teenager, some legal experts as likely looking at less than ten years in prison. It's eight sixteen at WCBS. We now know how much money each state will be getting from the Volkswagen emission settlement MAC Rosenberg with more federal settlement, and is nearly three billion dollars after it was found that Volkswagen installed. What are called defeat? Devices on its cars designed to cheat. Emissions tests and emitted ozone causing chemical knocks into the atmosphere at the rate of a tractor trailer truck there were approximately seventeen thousand of those vehicles in New Jersey. The state is getting seventy two million from the settlement peg Hannah is with state D E the purpose. The. To try to mitigate the impact of devices by implementing projects that look primarily reduce finishing projects. That will have to adhere to federal guidelines set forth in the settlement, the German automaker wiped out EP emissions rules by installing those devices. That Hannah says we can't harp on the past New Jersey's holding public input sessions on what should be done with the money throughout the month. Mac, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the heavy rain and humidity has led to a moldy schools. Well, has led to multi schools in Stanford in issue. We hear more from in this report from Sean, Sean Adams, mold spores galore and expensive problem in Stanford schools. The wet humid weather pattern of late has created ideal conditions for mold to explode here. In stanford. Nearly a dozen school buildings have been tainted the advocate reports, so far the cleanup has cost more than a quarter of a million dollars. Katy murphy. Commentary school has been particularly hit hard the mold covered seats in the auditorium. And it kept coming back parent. Danielle Jordan is not concerned sent.
"katy murphy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"You CBS news time nine zero three sorting through the details of death in the drive through the McDonalds or one of them in the Bronx. Anyway, turned out. This may be a case involving mafia figures, perhaps WCBS reporter Marla diamond has been on this developing story, whoever had it out for Silvestre's tola decided to strike as the seventy one year old waited for coffee yesterday afternoon here at the McDonald's drive-thru on Webster avenue and Belmont street. A photo taken by the New York Post shows the banana crime family associate slumped over in the driver's seat five bullet holes in the passenger side window Tolo was targeted three times before last year clubbed over the head in September while walking near his Bronx home in November. He escaped an attempted gunpoint kidnapping and in December. He was stabbed in the neck by three burglars. Ransacking his home. Home told us on Salvator was ambushed by a gunman outside of his home in July he survived. The post says the toll his son was attacked to send a message to his father in the Motte haven section of the Bronx Marla diamond W CBS News Radio eight, and it looks like the case against Harvey Weinstein may be in trouble. We get details from our mics melts and NYPD source speaking with the New Yorker earlier this year described Weinstein accuser Lucia Evans, as a quote highly credible witness with corroborating evidence now that evidence is being called into question. The daily news reports that a personal log kept by Evans contradicts. The details surrounding her own accusations that Weinstein forced her to perform a sex act on him in exchange for an acting job. When she was twenty one years old Weinstein faced a criminal sex act charged due to Evans's allegations. And now that could be threatened. The overall investigation into Weinstein may have a cloud over to as multiple reports say the NYPD in Manhattan District attorney's office. Are scrutinizing the conduct of the lead NYPD investigator looking into the Weinstein case over claims that investigator may have improperly coached Evans, the DA's office declined to comment on those reports the NYPD did not directly address the investigation into its lead investigator, but says in a statement, it is fully confident in the overall case it has pursued against Weinstein, Mike, smells, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight nine zero six there's a moldy bloom in suburban schools in Stanford. In fact, half of the city schools are coping with this slimy issue in the bills are due for the cleanup. Let's get more on this story from WCBS reporter, Sean Adams, mold spores galore and expensive problem in Stanford schools. The wet Umid weather pattern of late has created ideal conditions for mold to explode here. In stanford. Nearly a dozen school buildings have been tainted the advocate reports, so far the cleanup has cost more than a quarter of a million dollars. Katy Murphy elementary school has been particularly hit hard. The mold covered seats in the auditorium. And it kept coming back parent. Danielle Jordan is not concerned sent.
"katy murphy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Time three eleven investigators say that he terrorized people up. And, down the state of California for years now it's been decided that the suspect in the Golden State. Killer case will be tried in Sacramento county KCBS has Rebecca corral has more Thirteen counts of murder with special circumstances Orange County. District attorney Tony, macaca says prosecutors haven't yet decided if. They'll seek the death penalty for just if Dangelo junior the suspect and the Golden State killer rape and murder case but they have decided to try all the charges against him in one. County at one time this. Is the DA, from Ventura County Greg Totten, we are unified, and we are committed to delivering Justice to the victims of the Golden. State killer and their loved ones who for far too long have had Justice allude them Sacramento district attorney repeat Sofres, she I, said, when, the Angela was arrested this past April we were looking for a needle in a haystack and we found it so it is very fitting that this journey for Justice that has been sought for over forty years and in Sacramento the crimes rape murder. Kidnapping, and robbery among them took place over eleven years from nineteen seventy five to nineteen eighty six in. The counties of contra Costa's Sakr Grammatiko to Larry Ventura orange, and Santa Barbara the, next hearing the case is Thursday in Sacramento Rebecca chorale KCBS a small Catholic community in the East Bay is reeling after news at a missing twenty year old, college student who grew up in the Oakland and Piedmont area was found dead. In rural Iowa, KCBS Holly Kwon tells people who knew. Molly Tibbets say that she was a role model that's her Jake her brother Jake the oldest in Mali and Scott Katy Murphy points to a picture of a young Molly Tibbets up on. Her office wall as principal. Of Piedmont's Corpus, Christi school she says you, could hear a, pin drop as she informed the student body and their parents on this. First day of class about the tragic outcome for the girl they have been praying for us and she disappeared in, late July, this, is, a very tight community it really does become family I mean they are family so when they you know when this started when we first Found out it was like everybody gathered together what can we do how do we do. It and, even though they had been out of the area for over their family Molly moved from Oakland to Iowa in two thousand seven but in. A community that, small people keep in touch they often come back to visit Nick. Destler wasn't molly's class and came. Back to church and school. Looking for, solace after hearing. The news came, down here, a little sort, of aimlessly but Any guidance from them or.
"katy murphy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To eleven an independent report on, Oakland's gang fighting strategy shows the. Targeted approach to ending gun violence is working KCBS making. Goals be reports operation ceasefire is. Credited with a thirty two percent drop in shootings since two thousand twelve shootings are. Down, fifty two percent overall since then but an independent study on. Oakland, ceasefire program has shown thirty two? Percent of that is due to just the program itself trying to keep folks who, are involved in gangs, and groups from shooting at each other and doing that by leveraging social services mobilizing communities and doing. Some strategic enforcement as. Appropriate criminology professor Anthony Baraga was on that. Research team so was rod Brunson who studied how this effort is affected the community when the universe is focused on. The people who, need the most attention and the residents understand that because they know the. People in the neighborhood that are causing problems as well and so when there is a. Thoughtful and targeted approach, citizens are Overwhelmingly supported and says police captain earthy Joyner are. We going to be replicated I could tell you. Absolutely he says officials from Chicago have already flown to Oakland a sit in on meetings to learn more about implementing ceasefire they're making gold speak KCBI a woman has told police that she was raped on the Stanford campus late Sunday night or early. Monday morning campus police declined to release the location of, the incident Other than to say. It occurred on the main campus police also declined. To say whether the woman was student or affiliated with the school Stanford is right now on summer break and the. Death of missing college student. Molly Tibbets is having. A ripple effect in the bay, area a suspect led investigators to Tippett's. Body in a cornfield in Iowa KCBS Holly Kwon tells us she, grew up in a tight knit community, in Oakland and Piedmont that's. Still claim. Her as family Corpus Christi principal Katy Murphy smiles, as she looks at a photo in her office of a young Molly Tippett's and her two brothers they were all very sweet they were very sweet everyone of them were good, people, but Molly was, just she was exceptional and if? You talk to anybody, in. Her class, or her teachers, you would hear the same thing too which is nice to everybody she never she never. Had a mean bone in. Her body which is why after news came out of a body found in rural Iowa Murphy refused to withhold, it from her school which had been praying for Ma Ali since, she disappeared in late July how she. Wants them to be like Molly be happy in kind and go, on and do great things and she, just didn't have as long. To do. It as other Stu Nick desolate was a classmate, of Mali's he came to church and school to look for comfort and answers like this.
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"Next traffic update one eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS Our weather heavy fog and drizzle around, the bay area this morning fog at the Costa all day we'll see only partial clearing around the bay partly, sunny inland after some pretty thick overcast this morning highs upper, fifties and low sixty s at the ocean sixties bayside to. The seventies, and low eighties inland. This afternoon traffic and weather together on the eights and all news one. Oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS When I grow up I wanna be. A new pair of blue jeans when I. Grow up I. Wanna be kid's first computer when I grow. Up I wanna be a glass countertop in a new. Home when I grow up I, want to be a kid's best birthday present when I grow. Up I wanna be football, stadium when I grow up to be a, warm place on a cold day I grow up I wanna be a fancy back loss I wanna be a, bike that races around I grow up I wanna be a, bench on a four I wanna be a rocking chair to. Be a. 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Kids to be like which is why when word of molly's death came out Murphy refused. To hide it from the. Student body. It can't not talk about About it she was part of our family we've been asking these kids to. Pray for for two months I mean for a month it's at At, church and Families know her and and life happens and The advantage we have is to, talk about what a wonderful person she was and. That's, what we try to. Honor and celebrate. Now not that she died this horrible death Molly left her Piedmont school and, Oakland home, for Iowa in two thousand seven, but classmate, Nick Dessler says in a community this small. You always keep in touch much is here she made remarks so You can't just forget some guy No. Matter how, long they've been gone he says it's tragedies like this that prompt you to reach out to friends and family and loved them a little more than you did. Yesterday in Piedmont Holly Kwan KCBS A woman has told police she was raped on the campus of Stanford University the university's police department is called for community crime alert on its website Police say the victim says she. Was raped Sunday night or Monday morning campus police declined to release the location of the incident of the to say it. Happened on the main campus. Police also declined to say whether the woman was. A student or affiliated with the school which is still on summer break The ceasefire program in. Oakland identifies gang members in the community and then aims. To intercede before there was more violence by offering them services and KCBS. Has Megan goals be tells us officials say the six year old program has seen, some major success violent crime was down in Oakland for the first year of the ceasefire program. Critics said it was an anomaly near to Oakland police captain Joyner says they said crime was down statewide after. Four and five we are now recognized. Throughout the nation by. Agencies such as New York police department Chicago police department or. Now trying to replicate the work that's been done here to. City Oakland a new independent report on the ceasefire program says it is to thank. For thirty, two percent, reduction in shootings rod Brunson was one of the researchers he studied. Community response he says it's been popular specifically because of what it's not when police have heavy handed kind of. Coaches to crime control when they go into neighborhoods and citizens experience like an overwhelming kind, of an oppression he says neighbors Appreciate the police talking specifically to the largely young men who. Are making the trouble criminology professor Anthony Baraga also authored the report even Oakland. Is a clear example of what's possible when you take. This sort of strategic approach making gold speak KCBS Bill to and bail. In California and replace it with a risk assessment system is headed to governor Jerry, Brown's desk state senators approved the Bill twenty six to twelve yesterday would make California the first. State to completely end bail for suspects awaiting trial senators supporting the Bill say would end system that discriminates against. Low income people opponents say they worry. It would make communities. Less safe coming up on KCBS I'm generally the Alameda County. Sheriff's office is working to make sure a breach of attorney. Client privilege never happens again the people who were affected by this have every right. To be, upset Sportsline at one fifteen we. Start with baseball here's risks McGowan well the Oakland a.'s continued to roll along, as they. Shut out the Texas Rangers for the second night in a row final score was six to nothing Chris Davis homered for the second straight, night he's now to. Away from his third straight forty homers season bright Anderson pitched a gem, of, a game seven shutout innings and allowed just one hit and struck out six as the, starting pitcher, seemed to be inspiring each other. Those things kind of get contagious and they as. A group you know whether it's the bullpen, where this position players were two starters there there's always competition amongst them and they're always there supporting them they come off. The mound every inning and it has become that the numbers are absolutely fantastic Melvin after the as win Josh Rettig meanwhile a former athletic Homer to. Give Houston the lead in the Astros hung on to beat the Mariners up in Seattle pretty too so they maintain a tire at the top of the. AL west with the as giants couldn't win for the second night in a row New York rookie Jeff McDougal had, four hits knocked in the go ahead run with a double Chris Stratton Pitched six shutout innings Mets got to him for a couple of runs in the seventh, in the Tony Watson. Gave up a big three run Homer to Michael Conforto when it was lights out In the air field backhoes pants over his head Did hit the top It's. A three Michael Conforto that's Gary Cohn a call with the Mets radio network six to to, the final BUSTER Posey meanwhile might need hip surgery and be. Done for the season the chronicle I reported on Posey's situation saying that he will undergo the hip operation big night for the cardinals in l. a. they continue an amazing August sixteen and four for the month as they beat the dodgers five to two yada your. Molina and Marcelo slug two run homers other key games Yankees over Miami two, to one and, twelve but relief pitcher all this Chapman left the game with a knee problem and shortstop Didi gregorius has been placed on the fifteen day deal. With a bruised left he'll Red Sox loss for the second, night in a road, a, hot, Cleveland, club. Six, two three Arizona now a game and a half up in the National League West over Colorado is, they topped the angels five to four while the Rockies were losing to the visiting Padres four to three sports at fifteen and forty five. And all, news one oh six. Nine AM seven forty KCBS I spend a lot of time.
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"State killer trial is headed for Sacramento KCBS is Rebecca corral tells, us prosecutors in the, six counties terrorized by the crimes have decided to. Try all the, cases together. In one courtroom adhering Orange County investigators said, Joseph DeAngelis junior, a former police officer moved from one county to the. Next raping robbing kidnapping and murdering people, in contra Costa Sacramento to Larry. Santa Barbara Ventura an Orange County's from nineteen seventy five to nineteen Eighty-six human predator Dangelo took a path through all of these. Counties in our state and wherever he, went he left the wake of terror in. His path he committed vicious violent crimes throughout all of these jurisdictions Orange County's prosecutor Tony ruckus says the Angelo will be tried for most of the crimes he's accused of committing in Sacramento county. The place where he was arrested this past April raucous explains what prosecutors from, each county took into account in deciding. Where And how. To try, the case is the location and complexity the likelihood of evidence associated with the charges were the offenses occurred the rights of the defendant and. The people it. Can be or hardship to the various victims and witnesses all, of these. Things have factored in the next hearing is set. For Thursday in Sacramento where the case will be tried next month Rebecca chorale KCBS, a small Catholic community the East Bay is reeling after news. That, a missing twenty year old, college student, who grew up in Oakland and Piedmont was found dead in Iowa, a suspect has been arrested and charged with the murder he, CBS reporter, Holly Quantel says people who knew volley Tibbets say she was the kind. Of person you wanted to grow up to be Jake her brother, Jake the oldest and, Molly and Scott Katy Murphy points to a picture. Of a young, Molly Tibbets. Up on her office wall as principal of, Piedmont's Corpus Christi, school she says you could hear a pin drop as. She informed the student body and their, parents on this first day of. Class about the tragic outcome for the girl they have been praying for us and she Disappeared in late July this is a very tight community it really. Does become family. I mean they are family so when they You know? When this started when we first found out it was like everybody gathered, together what can we do how do we do it, and even though they, have been out of the area. For the family Molly moved from. Oakland to Iowa in two thousand seven but in a community the small. People keep in touch they often come back to visit Nick destler was in Mali's class and came back. To church and school looking for. Solace after hearing the news. Came down, here a little. Sort of aimlessly The guy Or.
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"Progressive insurance I'm Tom Foty President Trump's convention time campaign, chief stance convicted Mr. Trump's longtime attorney. And fixer just about the same following a. Guilty plea we begin with that Michael Cohen not only admitting fraud and campaign finance violations bought effectively accusing Donald Trump of, directing illegal hush. Money payments taking a look at, Michael cones credibility, law professor Jessica Levinson is not, that reliable and that's why he hasn't gotten frankly a. Better deal that's why there's reports that he's not really cooperating with respect to this investigation or the. Muller investigation and that makes me think that with respect to his plea when, he, said yes I violated federal election campaign laws that prosecutors have something significant to back that up and now, to, Alexandria Virginia, federal court jury conviction of Paul Manafort he was found guilty on eight counts of tax and, Bank fraud jury Deadlocking on ten other accounts because this was a mistrial on. This counts prosecutors have the option to refile social council says, it will come back at the end of the month to. Announce whether or not they will actually refile and retry, him CBS news correspondent Paula Reid Mr.. Trump making no mention of any of this. At a West Virginia campaign rally the latest on Molly Tibbets the Iowa student missing for weeks her body has now apparently, been found on. Apparently illegal immigrant accused of killing, her his name, is Tristan Rivera he was tracked, down through surveillance video and KGAN reporter Gabriela Vidal has. More video showed a dark Chevy Malibu following Molly that car was traced back to Rivera in undocumented. Immigrants believed to be living in the Brooklyn area for four to seven years, far, out in the Pacific hurricane lane has now strengthen to a very strong category five it is being closely, monitored, by the, people of the Hawaiian islands they have been told to prepare this is CBS news meteorologist David, Parkinson There, is a hurricane watch in effect for Maui and the big island but it is entirely possible this storm could really directly impact a who or. Quietly and the time line on this is going to, be Thursday into Friday into. Saturday while the mainland is. Not known what caused an explosion Tuesday night at the. Liberty casting company in Delaware Ohio but fire chief John Donahue says five people were sent to hospitals suffering from burns this is a foundry for casting materials so if you can imagine a steel steel starts along eighty and what I mean cert- bending at eight hundred degrees Asian. Financial, markets have been mostly higher all night major US market futures pointing. Down on Tuesday Dow Jones industrials down sixty three this is, CBS news Progressive will compare. Rates for you so you get the best deal even if it's not with us saving you, time and money. Now that's progressive. Call or click today It's eleven oh. Three at the bay area's news station KCBS more clouds and fog tomorrow cooler temperatures inland both hit, about eighty or so but only fifties and sixties of the coast. Tomorrow I'm John Evans President, Trump's longtime attorney today pleaded guilty to eight counts of campaign finance violations and he did so implicating candidates Donald Trump in committing the crimes this is or directing. Them at least this is the most serious event to land. At the Oval Office since the days of Watergate and president Nixon in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy, two the, break in. And the cover up led to his resignation John dean was Nixon's White House counsel. And granted immunity, for his one guilty plea, in the case dean says questions remain whether the Cohen case could play a part in. The Mueller probe into Russian meddling but, dean says one thing is for certain it certainly is. A bad day for Mr. Trump butter for bad day for the country when we have this. Kind of problem the longtime political op Positive who for four months led. Donald Trump's presidential campaign was found guilty today. Of eight financial crimes and a judge declared a mistrial on the ten other counts the prosecution could, still retry Paul Manafort on those charges next month Manafort faces another. Trial and the district of, Columbia charges include conspiracy against the US conspiracy to launder money making false statements and acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Ukrainian interests he's also accused of witness. Tampering the death of missing Iowa college student Molly Tibbets is. Having a ripple effect in the bay area a suspect led investigators to Tibbets body. In a cornfield, in Iowa, KCBS has. Holly Kwon tells us she grew up in a titan at Piedmont and Oakland church. Community that still, claims her as family Corpus, Christi principal Katy Murphy smiles as she looks at a photo in her office of a. Young Molly Tippett's enter two brothers they, were all very sweet They were very sweet everyone of them were good people but Molly was just she was exceptional and. If you talk to anybody in her class or her teachers you would hear. The same thing she was just nice to everybody she never she never had a mean building, her body which is why after news came out of a body found. In rural Iowa Murphy refused, to, withhold it from her school which had. Been praying for Molly since she disappeared in late July how. She wants them to be like Molly be happy and kind and. Go on and do great things. And she just didn't have as long to do it as others do Nick desolate was a classmate of Mali's he. Came to church and school to look for comfort and answers types.
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"Campaign chairman Paul Manafort convicted of tax and Bank fraud charges while you're, jury, in Alexandria Virginia the other, x personal attorney Michael, Cohen by guilty pleas in. New York City Cohen's please include sworn allegations against the president in those pre-election money payments to two women. Claiming past, affairs CBS news chief White House correspondent, major Garrett president and his campaign are now implicated in deception when it comes to hush money, during a campaign. Even Trump loyalists I've talked say that will be very hard. To shake off Mr. Trump did by avoiding those developments during a campaign rally, in West Virginia referring only briefly to as usual claim of witch-hunt warning against a possible democratic win in. The midterm elections we've had, a huge impact but the laws. Are so bad the immigration laws are. Such a disgrace we're, getting them change but we have To. Get more Republicans we, have to get Illegal immigration is a factor in the latest developments in. The death of the long-missing Iowa college student Molly Tibbets a. Suspect has been charged with. First degree murder his name is Christian Rivera he is described, as living in this country illegally special agent Rick Ron is with the Iowa division of. Criminal investigation charges were filed in the power she county district court case will be prosecuted by, the Iowa attorney general generals area prosecution division and I agree murder carries a penalty of. Life without the possibility of parole in California there's new information regarding the upcoming trial of. The so-called Golden State killer of long ago CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman, is in Los Angeles at the alleged crimes including. Thirteen murders taking place in so many jurisdictions it. Was unclear whether trial would take place Joseph James. De ngelo will be formally arraigned on Thursday in addition to the. Murders DeAngelis who is now seventy two faces. Thirteen additional counts of Kidnapping for the purpose of robbery looking overseas nuclear. Watchdog agency says it seemed no proof that beyond Tangy stopped its nuclear activities and it says, that's calls for grave concern President Trump said in an interview yesterday that he believes North. Korea has taken specific steps toward denuclearization the UN admits it's hard to gather information but. There are indications that industries associated with peon Yang's nuclear program are still, operating CBS news correspondent county McCormack in Hawaii there. Are prep preparations underway for really rough weather hurricane. Lane forecast to move dangerously close to the islands. Later this week Asian financial markets mostly higher US market futures down. This is CBS news Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero an, unqualified candidates, in an, online dashboard get started at indeed dot. Com, slash fire nine thousand three of the bay area's, news station KCBS cloudy skies overnight because he. Some drizzle clearing tomorrow mostly inland partly. Cloudy near the bay and we'll see overcast they put near the coast tomorrow, as well. Good evening I'm Larry Sharoni here's what's happening well as you heard on the CBS. Hourly news President Trump's longtime attorney Michael Cohen. Pleaded guilty today to eight counts of banking tax and campaign finance violations Cohen says that he made. Hush money payments to two women at the, direction of Donald Trump as the candidates former White House counsel for president Richard Nixon John dean, shared his reaction with KCBS. Earlier today well it's a big day and it's, a bad day and I think Mr. columnists pretty clearly established we have, a criminal for. A president then dean says it. Has further locations for Them Mr. Trump is in trouble. But we can be pretty, sure and predicting well how he'll handle it he'll lie he's. Very good at that highly practiced and we'll just hear more of it Cohen has. For many, years been a so-called fixer for Mr. Trump he agreed to the plea deal rather than risk a prison. Sentence of more than twelve years investigators, say he terrorized people. Up and down the state for years about. The suspect. In the Golden. State killer case. Will, be tried on murder and kidnapping charges in Sacramento county KCBS Rebecca, corral reports, on a hearing held today in Orange County, thirteen counts of murder special circumstance Orange County district attorney Tony macaca says prosecutors haven't yet decided if they'll seek the death penalty for Joseph Di Angelo junior the suspect and, the Golden, State killer, rape and murder case but they have. Decided, to try all the charges against him in one, county at one time this is the DA. From Ventura County Greg Totten we are. Unified and we are committed to delivering Justice To the victims, of the Golden State killer and their loved ones who for far too. Long have. Had Justice allude them Sacramento district attorney repeats the phrase she I said Wendy. Angela was arrested this past, April we were looking for a needle. In a haystack and we found it so it is very fitting that this journey for Justice that has been sought for over forty years and in Sacramento the crimes rape murder kidnapping and robbery among them took place over eleven years from nineteen seventy five to nineteen eighty. Six in the counties of contra Costa Sacramento to Larry Ventura orange, and Santa Barbara the, next hearing, the case is Thursday, in Sacramento Rebecca chorale KCBS a small Catholic community the East Bay is reeling after news, at a, missing twenty year old college student who grew up in Oakland, and Piedmont was found dead in rural Iowa a suspect has been arrested and. Charged with her, murder KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us. People who knew Molly Tibbets say she was the kind of person You wanted to grow up to be smile Jake her brother Jake the oldest and Molly and Scott Katy Murphy points to a picture of, a young Molly Tibbets up. On her office wall as principal of Piedmont's Corpus, Christi school she says you could hear. A pin drop as she informed the student body and their parents on this first day of class about the tragic outcome for the girl. They have, been, praying for us and she disappeared in late July this. Is a very tight community it really does become family I mean they are family so when they You. Know, when this, started, when we first found out it. Was like everybody gathered together what can we do how do we do it and even though they had been out of the. Area for, over their family Molly moved from Oakland to Iowa in two thousand seven but in a community of small people keep in touch they often. Come back to, visit Nick Dessler was in Mali's class and came back to church. And school looking for solace after. Hearing the news just came. Down here, a little sort. Of aimlessly but Any. Guidance from them or you know even a prayer prayer goes a long way in Piedmont Holly Kwan KCBS a. Bill to end bail in California and replace it with. A risk, assessment system is headed to governor Jerry Brown state senators approve the Bill twenty, six to twelve today? It would make California the? First state to completely and the bail for suspects awaiting trial senators supporting the, Bill say it would assist him that discriminates against low, income people opponents say they worry it would make communities. Less safe just ahead on KCBS. I'm gentlemen with some of the changes the Ada County sheriff is considering after a breach of attorney client privilege there's enough to where we need to do a, review On a traffic now here at KCBS of nine eight watching the, road for tonight's Harry Brown more construction on the Nimitz freeway starting in Freemont northbound eight eighty at Stevenson slow up to Maui then things aren't too bad, southbound eight eighty, it begins to. Slow down before Thornton avenue again down almost to Maori before things open up westbound eighty if you're coming down through Solano county near redtop road something in the. Right hand lanes several, emergency vehicles there, the Baybridge everything looks good. There there was some trouble little while ago with a stall but it's all cleared out. Things are back at, the speed limit and it's still a little slow southbound one zero one approaching the Golden Gate Bridge right there at. Alexander were Cal trans. Is busy taking up two lanes but you get around that and you'll be moving into nice clip across the. Bridge next traffic update at nine eighteen on the track Leader KCBS And our forecast calling for low clouds fog and drizzle overnight from the coast to the. Inland valleys we'll see lows in the. Fifties tomorrow overcast the coast all day with partial clearing around, the bay partly. Sunny inland so the highs will reflect the, cloud cover upper fifties to low sixty s at the, coast tomorrow sixties near the bay to the seventies and low eighties inland traffic and weather together on the eighth and. All news one, zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS and now a page from the diary of Flo dear diary I got the brush. Off again I don't. Get it is there something wrong with the way I, wave elbow wrist? Elbow wrist why won't? That little Basset hound. Acknowledge me..
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"KCBS mild conditions around the bay, area tonight's, and a relatively cool day again tomorrow and, the day after that and the day after that our forecast coming up I'm Geoff bell I'm Patty rising here's what's, happening President Trump's longtime attorney Michael, Cohen pleaded, guilty today, to eight counts of banking tax and campaign, finance violations, Cowan said and coordinate hush. Money payments to two women at the direction. Of the president former White House counsel for president Richard Nixon John dean shared his reaction with KCBS earlier this afternoon, big day and it's a bad day and I think Mr. columnists. Pretty clearly. Established we have a criminal for a president and dean says it has a. Further implications for the president, is, in trouble but we can be. Pretty sure and predicting how he'll handle it he'll lie he's very, good at that highly practiced and, we'll just, hear, more of it Tone has been for. Many years called the fixer for Mr., Trump he agreed to the plea deal rather than risk. Of prison. Sentence of more than twelve years here in California the Golden State killer trial is headed for Sacramento KCBS is Rebecca corral tells us prosecutors in the six counties terrorized by the crimes if decided, to try all. The cases together. In one court hearing an Orange County, investigators said, Joseph Di Angelo junior a former police officer, moved from one county to the next raping robbing kidnapping and murdering people and contra Costa Sacramento to Larry Santa Barbara, Ventura an Orange County's from nine, hundred seventy, five to, nineteen eighty six human predator Dangelo took a, path through, all of these counties in. Our state and wherever he went he left. The wake of terror in his path he committed vicious violent crimes throughout all of these jurisdictions Orange County's prosecutor Tony, macaca says the Angelo will be tried for most of the crimes. He's accused. Of committing in Sacramento county the place where he was arrested this past April Rococco explains what prosecutors from each county took into account in deciding where and. How to try the case the location and complexity the likelihood of. Evidence associated with the, charges were the advances occurred the rights of the. Defendant and the, people that. Can be or hardship to the various victims, and witnesses all, of these things have factor down the next hearing is. Set for Thursday in Sacramento where the case will be tried next month Rebecca chorale KCBS A small Catholic community in the, East Bay is reeling after news that I'm missing twenty year old college student who grew up in Oakland Piedmont was found dead. In rural, Iowa I suspect has been arrested and charged with the murder twenty four year old man in the country illegally as KCBS is Holly Quantel. Says people who, knew Molly Tippett's say she was the kind of person you wanted. To grow up to be Molitor. Jake her brother Jake the. Oldest in, Mali and Scott. Katy Murphy points, to a, picture of a, young Molly Tibbets up on her office wall as principal of Piedmont's Corpus Christi school she says you could hear a pin drop as she informed the student body and their parents on. This first day of class about the tragic outcome for the girl, they have been praying for us and she disappeared in late July this is a very tight community it. Really does become family I mean they. Are family so when they you know when this started when we first found out it was, like everybody gathered Together what can we. Do how, do we do it and even though they have been out of the area for their family Molly moved from Oakland to Iowa in two. Thousand seven but, in a community the small people keep in touch they often come. Back to visit Nick destler wasn't. Molly's class and came back. To church, and school looking. For solace after, hearing the, news kind of, just came down here a little sort of aimlessly but The any. Guidance from them or even a prayer prayer goes a long way in Piedmont Holly, Kwame KCBS university police? Say that a woman has? Reported that she was raped on campus the victim reported it happened between, Sunday night and Monday morning police have not released other, details including whether the, victim is affiliated with the university. Rape and assault at Stanford became. A national topic after former student Brock Turner was convicted of sexual assault in two thousand fifteen that case became national news when the judge lightened his sentenced to six, months Sound like the.
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"Theraworx relief Twelve three at the bay area's news station KCBS gray skies all over. The bay area some sunshine expected. Inland later good afternoon I'm Rebecca Parral here's what's happening the trial for a former police officer accused of being the. Golden State killer we'll take place in, Sacramento county Joseph Di Angelo will face charges on more than a dozen murders committed across, the state during the seventies and eighties the Orange County district attorney's. Office says Sacramento county was chosen due, to the complexity of the, case consideration of the suspects rights the locations of, the crimes and. The hardship of victims and witnesses dance level also. Faced numerous other charges, including thirteen counts of kidnapping robbery A small. Catholic community in, the East Bay is reeling after news that a missing twenty year. Old college student who grew up. In Oakland and Piedmont was. Found dead, in rural Iowa. As KCBS reporter Holly Quantel says people who knew Molly Tibbets, say she was, the kind of person you. Wanted to grow up to. Be that's, her Jake her. Brother Jake the. Oldest and Molly and Scott Katy Murphy points to a picture of a young. Molly Tibbets up on her office. Wall as principal of Piedmont's Corpus Christi school she says you could hear a pin drop as she informed the student, body and their parents on this first day of class about the tragic outcome for the girl they have been praying for us, and she disappeared in late July this is a very tight community. It really does become family I mean, they are family so when they You know, when, this started when we first found. Out it was like everybody gathered together what can we do how do we do it and even though they had been out. Of the, area for over their family Molly moved from Oakland to Iowa in two thousand seven but in the community the small people keep in touch. They often come, back to visit Nick destler wasn't molly's class and came back to. Church and school looking for solace. After hearing the news came. Down here, a little sort. Of aimlessly but The guidance from. Them or even a prayer prayer goes a long way in Piedmont Holly Kwan KCBS. Stanford University is investigating a report that a woman was raped on campus SF gate reports the woman told university police she was sexually assaulted happened sometime between Sunday evening and Monday morning police. Are not saying that there's a suspect or if there has even been an arrest the Stanford University, department of. Public safety sentinel alert to students this. Morning sexual assaults on Stanford's campus have been in the spotlight following the Brock Turner case, turn it was convicted? In two thousand fifteen of? Sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on campus the case drew national spotlight when judge, Aaron Katersky reduced to six months Persky misery called in, June becoming the first, judge in the state to be. Recalled since nineteen thirty two Alameda. County prosecutors are reviewing several criminal cases after learning that sheriff's deputies improperly recorded a conversation between juvenile suspect Evan attorney KCBS's gentlemen reports on what the, sheriffs Office is doing about Jenner Janet Here's tennis. Report a few juveniles have been brought in to the Eden township station where the mistakes, occurred but still sergeant Ray Kelly tells KCBS the sheriff's office is reviewing cases with prosecutors in the public. Defender there could be a couple more that that are. That we think they have been accidentally, recorded but I don't think there's going to be an exorbitant number and there was no evidence that was crucial that was gained from anything like. That it's also looking into creating a special interview room without interrogation. Equipment we are looking at now and this was just before, this even the. Light but a room that is attorney attorney client privilege, room which would be.
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"Knockoff, trivia the Amine shoutout Katy Murphy too with the with the comeback story of the year because she's back on board and panda has just done it time and time, again whenever they ask him to, contribute he's. Doing it's, been it'd. Tastic, yeah it's been fair by the. Way some catch me about some. Origin thank. You I talk some more. Jail he's, he's they put him on the, left and now we don't even know if he's. Gone Text. The, text, in your voice you're gonna have, to say he's gonna have to think about it Good I mean he's, been saying that all year that's going to go up to Seattle, is gonna look out the sound eat some, salmon and, have a, craft beer Kirk will burn Charles I'll think about. A Cobain's how voters, around, but he you know I, still need him to. Give me some outs we're just, not go honestly though don't tell, the team you're ready to go if. You're not ready, to go guy. They might call on is is the hero of the? Year Derek, he's been nails but he. Copes did you see. Who pitched great in the minor leagues Chris Stratton ten. Punch in six innings one run a lot. He pitched graders, his best outing since. Going back down so maybe making call up Stratton, on Wednesday if. The placement platelet rich plasma injection now we're going back. To your original thought though who, we kid that's the thing we're. Hoping now we're hoping for Stratton maybe we're hoping you look down you see swore is going tomorrow this is not, what the giants I think had in mind, when they started the season and? Like you told me. I, didn't know this part of. This? Wrinkle but what day, was the bocce pep talk, closed thing yeah and they, went and delivered right they got its Time to, start winning one dude. Listened in his name was Derek Rodriguez hall this, guy yeah know. What a great story who else God for this kid. Listen Ryder Jones guy came up, for a second yeah belts wife. Was giving birth to their kid doesn't nice story that he named him Augie after Augie Garrido this legend in crew, told us think about this guy Augie greeters, life he taught cruch more baseball? Than anybody in crooks. Sixty, six and belt named his. Kid? After belts thirty Brandon belt, the, knows I'm. From Texas right yeah yeah is that work Neum from Cal poly say because I didn't. Know that yeah I believe grew up in. Vallejo There's a local because the greatest college baseball coach of all time member. Kosta wrote a book on him Kevin Costner wrote a book on him because. He was down at Cal State. Fullerton. For Costner. Was at fort wow, all right, Billy Brian, rohnert, park, good collar? Checking in hey Brian what's up Well I wanna talk about the Necas favorite topic today you know care, with Jimmy g. I'm worried about. Is. Is performance. After this because remember, what Mickey, told rocky, is, women, weaken legs Brian we did. Mention that on Friday I'll? Say this Brian I? Just got a rush to Jimmy defense a little bit here I'm going to bounce some theories off because yes that could easily be true, but what about Tom Brady. What about Derek Jeter. What, about Klay Thompson these guys enjoy about how 'bout. Tedious she'd, Ortiz after dating or marrying Jenna Jameson that kind of coincide Mary. Jenna Jamison the the UFC fighter I didn't know that Yeah I did not know that how's he doing well he yeah that was kind of the beginning of the end for him, but he was he was. Already on the decline Tale It's time itself You, know, well she yeah but at, least she, decided you know out of respect. For the marriage I think she decided to just do girl girl movies after. They know why you know why she, did that Brian what it was at a. At a respect Bright for the books you know. Why, was that a respect please let? Me set? That, all, up, again now she was married, to a, fighter she added an in decided. To stop doing guy girl film she did girl girl films why you know..
"katy murphy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Do you want same as to remember title for murphy and max total recall on the back of the highs and lows of the weekend in sports yeah but this owned and operated retailers in northern california i mean they told me they said don't step on the sponsor in more benjamin moore benjamin hitting applause it's a it's a mad house it's a mad as i need more coffee not less here's the deal the homes involves were set at eight o'clock when bruce bochy called in surprisingly that was fun escape recalls man you cancel everything with george karl springing about in the on deck circle in bobby evans behind him bali let's do homs involves in one tight segment let's do it all right now you get the home babies what are got i'm gonna tell you what i've been seeing murph of and seeing pablo sandoval elevator humble status look cope and i are already talking about the willie mccovey award for this guy and why not he wasn't a one for nineteen slob but he got red hot in fact he hit a bomb friday night and their three two win and then he went nuts yesterday on sunday giants went thirteen eighth pablo's good for a three run bomb that lands in the cold he also drove in five runs his three hit a yes the by the way and katy murphy all is forgiven she's back on board on back on board pablo's a home baby now the one to pitch here it is there's a high headed for san francisco gets hey spectacular homer and that belongs to the kayakers in san francisco bay want to strike the sodom all three men on two men out in the six the pitch on the way swinging the flare along the left line that's gonna fall scores here comes posey around he scores down stops it second problem side it all comes through again he's got a five rbi game going and the giants lead eight to form you know he told me reagan ball is the first before the homer and he told me that again i love panda it's botchy endorses as well murphy's baby today i after a monster sunday and a real nice friday night to you mentioned though he kept off his sunday night by going to the nfl charity bash i didn't but he looks good in street clothes murphy knows a lot of bling and the thumb guard is well lenny bruce and auctioned off his jersey he was in great spirits may great time out there we salute jeremy affeldt always happen to be a part of it murph why stop there when i can include brandon crawford as humby number two today because yes brandon crawford after so many years the defensive prowess the the gold glove status now he's gonna start the all star game in man is he worthy of a two it's the second all star game for the first time he isn't snl starter we got brandon crawford with his three hundred averages ten home runs mar thirty nine rabies and how about the forty four o p s yeah man this guy he is starting shortstop national league all star crawford lines run dive centre field that's gonna get down gordon here comes what is he going to come through the galleries with raw arado score from first on a crawford children jar in the giants have three giants have four hits the rockies have to nobody has scored in this game the page there's a high dry d and the wind is now football game is over i am brandon has defeated the wind in right field i read that much support is definitely special excited professionally i appreciate all that votes from the fans from giants fans from around the country and i mean like you said before as as a reserve was awesome to be able to to in a starting lineups going to make it even more special tell you from the hushed tones of a brandon crawford to the musical stylings of a murph and mac show we salute.
"katy murphy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The people i interviewed are working with the tech companies and they're trying to go over some of these you know cultural issues get brought up and so i i mean i don't know it just seems like it's a it's a very big challenge and it's just kind of shows what happens when the gender when there's such a gender imbalance at at some i'm sorry i accidentally cut off katy murphy but we do thank her for her for her time really good story it's a good read in the mercury that's mercury news reporter katie murphy kcbs news time twelve twenty five jason brooks at the super micro intel money deaths tesla's stock shifted into reverse monday despite the company hitting elon musk's goal of five thousand assembled model threes in a week by the june goldman sachs is not about to fistbump musk with a firm issuing a quiet note maintaining it's so writing for tesla's stock pointing out that model three reservations have fallen by thirty five thousand from last year to four hundred twenty thousand it needs to be pointed out the goldman sachs musk are not the best of friends with musk last week sending out a company email saying that goldman sachs is in for a rude awakening after the investment firm predicted that tesla would not come anywhere close to making five thousand model threes in a week good news for the economy the government says factory orders rose a strongerthanexpected four tenths of a percent in may with heavy demand for machinery and military gear wall street's three session winning streak came to an end under pressure from tech stocks the dow lost one hundred thirty two points to twenty four thousand one hundred.