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Women urged to delay fertility treatments during coronavirus pandemic worry they may miss their chance to have a child

WBBM Evening News

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Women urged to delay fertility treatments during coronavirus pandemic worry they may miss their chance to have a child

"The pandemic is also forcing many couples to put their dreams of having a baby on hold new guidelines are urging some women undergoing fertility treatments to wait to prevent possible exposure to the virus ms Nikki Battiste reports many hopeful moms are now worried that they're running out of time to have a child Adriana Kaiser Deanna and her husband have long hoped for a sibling for their daughter but after six miscarriages and eight years of fertility treatments she now has to wait to transfer her final two embryos a procedure that had been planned for this week I'm numb at this point it's the norm with IVF that there's ups and downs but you never get used to the phone call that says you can't move further you can't move on at age forty four she says time is everything I'm very nervous because what if this takes another year now the American society for reproductive medicine advises fertility patients to suspend that new treatments and consider canceling all embryo transfers there are exceptions for urgent cases like cancer patients I don't know what that time frame is going to look like in terms of when we can re initiate care doctors to reinsert G. says one concern is the absence of data on how a fetus conceived by a mother with covert nineteen may be affected infertility in general it's hard and feeling out of control it's hard but it it doesn't make it any easier as we're delaying things Adriaan as as her husband just lost his job and the couple is in debt after spending eighty thousand dollars trying to have a second child how hopeful are you that you will become pregnant I'm hoping for a miracle because I don't know if I can handle another failure Nikki Batiste CBS news New

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Expectant mothers concerned about isolation and health risks amid coronavirus pandemic

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Expectant mothers concerned about isolation and health risks amid coronavirus pandemic

"Tonight to major hospital networks in New York City are blocking spouses and partners from attorney to rooms to prevent the spread of coronavirus millions of expectant mothers have concerns about the virus including CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste who was nearly nine months pregnant and here is what she's learned at twenty seven weeks pregnant Raquel I occurred tested positive for covert nineteen I was in shock I broke down and you know my husband was my my rock and calm you down data on the impact of corona virus in pregnant women fetuses and newborns is limited but hopeful what we know at this point is that that pregnant women do not seem to get any sicker once once they get code nineteen than the general population Dr Laura Riley says the flu is still more dangerous for pregnant women doctors say corona virus does not appear to pass from mother to baby through the placenta or breast milk but that it's too early to tell if there are concerns for women in early pregnancy like miscarriage or birth defects I'm about thirty four four weeks pregnant myself what are the concerns for newborn I think the biggest concern is whether or not a newborn will get the infection after mom delivers ACOG says pregnant patients should follow the same recommendations as the general population which includes wearing a mask if she has the virus or symptoms but some doctors suggest wearing a mask in public you know everyone's case is different but living proof that you do you will get through it and you will be okay we keep it seized CBS news

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Lori Loughlin's trial date is set in college admissions scandal despite claim of new evidence exonerating her

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

02:37 min | 5 months ago

Lori Loughlin's trial date is set in college admissions scandal despite claim of new evidence exonerating her

"One could be a twist in the ongoing college admissions cheating scandal new potential evidence says showed up CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to buy students admission to top tier colleges but a new memo from defense attorneys for Laughlin and her husband Mossimo Jian newly claims the government instructed singer to lie to clients by calling their payments bribes even if he'd previously characterized them as legitimate the memo contains a note singer wrote on his iPhone about his discussions with FBI agents in one exchange he called loud and abrasive singer said they continue to ask me to tell a fib and not restate what I told my clients as to where the money was going Lachlan NG a newly paid half a million dollars to USC allegedly so their daughters could attend the school they've insisted the money was a donation but they're accused of taking additional measures to cheat the system like making a fake resume for one of their kids this comes after other defendants caught up and singers web like fellow Hollywood actress Felicity Huffman not only pleaded guilty but finished serving prison sentences that includes former New York attorney Gordon Caplan who admitted he paid seventy five thousand dollars to have the answers on his daughter's ACT exam correct it in his notes singer wrote that investigators wanted to quote email Gordon at all costs and asked him to solicit additional payments from Kaplan for that purpose it's an embarrassment for the government Laurie Levenson is a former federal prosecutor she says singers notes it should have been turned over a long ago and they bring both his and the government's credibility into question the kids the defense some ammunition to say that in fact Laughlin others didn't really agree that this was a private this is a positive development for Lori Laughlin we don't know whether it will clear her to make the case go away but we do know that it puts the government on the defensive a judge what is set to decide trial dates for Lachlan and other figures implicated in the scandal but her defense team is asking for that proceeding to be pushed back in light of the new information and detailed and singers notes they call the government's previous failure to disclose those notes outrageous is actually speaking with our legal analyst Rikki Klieman who says for Lori Loughlin they're still really no way around the fact that she made fraudulent resumes with demi photos to make her daughter look like the athlete that she

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Lawyers say new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandal

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Lawyers say new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandal

"Lawyers for actress Lori Loughlin and her husband say new evidence proves the couple's innocence in the college admission scandal the update now from CBS's Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to buy students admission to top tier colleges but a new memo from defense attorneys for Laughlin and her husband Mossimo Jian newly claims the government instructed singer to lie to clients by calling their payments bribes even if he'd previously characterized them as legitimate the memo contains a note singer wrote on his iPhone about his discussions with FBI agents in one exchange he called loud and abrasive singer said they continue to ask me to tell a fib and not restate what I told my clients as to where the money was going Lachlan NG a newly paid half a million dollars to USC allegedly so their daughters could attend the school they have insisted the money was a donation but they're accused of taking additional measures to cheat the system like making a fake resume for one of their kids this comes after other defendants caught up and singers web like fellow Hollywood actress Felicity Huffman not only pleaded guilty but finished serving prison sentences that includes former New York attorney Gordon Caplan who admitted he paid seventy five thousand dollars to have the answers on his daughter's ACT exam correct it in his notes singer wrote that investigators wanted to quote email Gordon at all costs and asked them to solicit additional payments from Kaplan for that purpose it's an embarrassment for the government Laurie Levenson is a former federal prosecutor she says singers notes it should have been turned over a long ago and they bring both his and the government's credibility into question the kids the defense some ammunition to say that in fact Laughlin others didn't really agree that this was a bribe this is a positive development for Lori Laughlin we don't know whether it will clear her to make the

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Newman released from hospital following Daytona 500 crash

Jay Talking

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Newman released from hospital following Daytona 500 crash

"NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is home from the hospital less than forty eight hours after that fiery crash at Monday's Daytona five hundred your CBS's Nikki Batiste Ryan Newman's wife called it the best site ever as the NASCAR driver walked out of a Florida hospital holding his daughter's hands he was only forty eight hours ago the eighteen time Cup winner was leaving the Daytona five hundred when is we need to contact which sent his number six question and before being struck on the driver side by Corey will join his car and bursting into

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on WTOP

"Frame the case against our client as a Hollywood production Donna retune told the jury of seven men and five women the irony is that prosecutors are the producers and they are writing a script that reads the powerful man is so unattractive in large that no woman would ever want to sleep with him voluntarily CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste's reporting from New York the New York City police department is warning officers to be vigilant and alert following a credible threat that someone's out to shoot police officers the department says all officers should be extra cautious until further notice this comes after a violent weekend that saw multiple officers targeted in what the department called a pre meditated assassination attempt allegedly by the same person Robert Williams was arrested in that case accused of shooting at officers a former political candidate maybe setting new goals two days after he dropped out of the race for the democratic presidential nomination Andrew Yang says he's not ruling out a run for mayor of New York in an interview with The New York Times he says he thinks the city should offer a universal basic income on the national campaign trail Yang pitched a one thousand dollar a month freedom dividend for every American over the age of eighteen Deborah Rodriguez CBS news New York by the year twenty sixteen nearly a quarter of all U. S. residents will be age sixty five or older and life expectancy will reach an all time high of eighty five years new reports from the census bureau show the growth in life expectancy in the U. S. during the next four decades is expected to be slower than it was in the previous four decades women are still projected to live longer than men by twenty sixty as they do now but life expectancy is expected to grow more for men than for women it's nine forty four what do you think it means to be a guardian I think that being a guardian means.

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Record-breaking college athlete killed in van crash

WBBM Evening News

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Record-breaking college athlete killed in van crash

"Story there is heartbreak tonight at the college of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts a star member of the women's rowing team was killed in a crash in Florida today here's Nikki Batiste champion college rower grace read was killed a day after her twentieth birthday younger children the victims say you know we had a spell the college of the Holy Cross crew team was in Florida preparing for an upcoming competition what a pick up truck slammed into a van carrying the athletes early this morning the students were initially trapped inside more than a dozen people were injured including the truck driver my thoughts are really with grace's family and with her teammates red was a sophomore studying English and psychology I recently set a world record throwing for sixty two hours nonstop grace was a light to all who knew her she was incredibly passionate and hardworking police say a preliminary investigation shows the van turned into the path of the pickup truck at least three of the Holy Cross team members are in critical

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Record-breaking college athlete killed in van crash

WBBM Evening News

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Record-breaking college athlete killed in van crash

"Story there is heartbreak tonight at the college of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts a star member of the women's rowing team was killed in a crash in Florida today here's Nikki Batiste champion college rower grace read was killed a day after her twentieth birthday younger children the victims say you know we had a spell the college of the Holy Cross crew team was in Florida preparing for an upcoming competition what a pick up truck slammed into a van carrying the athletes early this morning the students were initially trapped inside more than a dozen people were injured including the truck driver my thoughts are really with grace's family and with her teammates red was a sophomore studying English and psychology I recently set a world record throwing for sixty two hours nonstop grace was a light to all who knew her she was incredibly passionate and hardworking police say a preliminary investigation shows the van turned into the path of the pickup truck at least three of the Holy Cross team members are in critical

Safety concerns for many free dating apps

WBZ Morning News

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Safety concerns for many free dating apps

"Five an alarming new investigation may have some thinking twice before using those free online dating apps you know the ones like match and tender it finds that many of them do not screen whether users are registered sex offenders CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste has one woman's horror story Tony Dungy says a free dating website connected her with the man she says raped her I would never ever thought that somebody like him would be on a dating website Dunphy is one of about ten million Americans a new investigation says is one click away from a sexual predator hiding behind a profile on free dating apps and sites like tinder okay cubit hinge and plenty of fish all of those apps are owned by match group which

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Safety concerns for many free dating apps

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Safety concerns for many free dating apps

"An alarming new investigations nine may have some thinking twice before using those free dating apps it finds that many of them don't screen whether users are registered sex offenders Nikki Batiste has one woman's horror story Jeanine's on V. says a free dating website connected her with the man she says raped her I would never ever thought that somebody like him would be on a dating website Dunphy is one of about ten million Americans a new investigation says is one click away from a sexual predator hiding behind a profile on free dating apps and sites like tinder okay cue bid hinge and plenty of fish all of those apps are owned by match group which also runs the fee based site match dot com which does scrub user profiles that are found on sex offender

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Sexual assault survivors fight "exceptional clearance"

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:45 min | 10 months ago

Sexual assault survivors fight "exceptional clearance"

"Nationally fewer than one percent of reported rape cases result in a felony conviction and many parts of the country police for closing cases and marking them as solved without ever making an arrest CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste tells us how a woman in Austin Texas is fighting back against the system she says failed her family more charts illustrates how she said she was treated after she reported being raped by a stranger last year when she was twenty one Borchardt says she was returning to our Austin Texas home when two men abducted her the man behind me grabs my throat and I go unconscious she was brought to this motel where she says a third man return multiple times over twelve hours according to bore chart the man gave her cigarettes and whiskey and demanded that she shower with him orchard managed to escape call police and have a rape kit done this man who was on parole after serving twenty years for murder first claimed he did not know her but when his DNA came back as a match he said the sex was consensual he was never arrested the police suggest why in this audio recording take and share with them consuming whiskey in the shower them together it doesn't make the Best Picture the police act like that was consensual one really I was trying to prevent another being assaulted again and you're probably a friend to you he might kill you yes he's still under what law enforcement calls an exceptional clearance that's when cases can be closed if the victim is uncooperative or a district attorney declines to prosecute turns out more than forty percent of closed three cases were exceptionally clear nationwide in twenty seventeen giving the public the impression they have been solved exceptional clearances not being used correctly Liz don again led the sex crimes unit at the Austin police department for nearly a decade now retired Donegan tell CBS news that she refused pressure to change rape cases from suspended two exceptionally cleared she was eventually transferred out of the sex crimes unit the public's perception about exceptional clearances of the case has been closed since been cleared with the help somebody accountable which could be further from the truth right the decision not to prosecute war charts case made by the office of Margaret Moore the Travis county district attorney allowed Austin police to exceptionally clear it are you ever deciding not to prosecute because you want to keep your record the best possible because you're worried you may not get a conviction now we've taken cases to trial during my administration where we've gotten not guilty but we believed in the case the jury didn't if what happened to Emily happened to your daughter granddaughter which is to be run comment on Emily's case that's because more along with Austin law enforcement are defendants in a class action lawsuit brought by Borchardt and seven other women who say their sexual assaults have been mishandled well we're sure it's alleged rapist walks free she just wants to be heard I much rather what of injured more physical violence and bent believe then be doubted and Austin City spokesperson speaking on behalf of the police department tell CBS news the city is currently undergoing a third party review of its training policies and resources the department of public safety recently audited the Austin police have found that thirty sexual assault cases were

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Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:42 min | 10 months ago

Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

"Nationally fewer than one percent of reported rape cases result in a felony conviction and in many parts of the country police are closing cases and marking them as solved without making an arrest CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste tells us how a woman in Austin Texas is fighting back only more charts illustrates how she said she was treated after she reported being raped by a stranger last year when she was twenty one four charge says she was returning to our Austin Texas home when two men adopted her the man behind me grabs my throat and I go unconscious she was brought to this motel where she says a third man return multiple times over twelve hours according to board chart the man gave her cigarettes and whiskey and demanded that she shower with him Jordan managed to escape call police and have a rape kit done this this man who was on parole after serving twenty years for murder first claimed he did not know her but when his DNA came back as a match he said the sex was consensual he was never arrested the police suggest why in this audio recording take a shower with them consuming whiskey in the shower with them together it doesn't make the Best Picture the police act like that was consensual one really I was trying to prevent another being assaulted again and you're probably a friend to you he might kill you yes he's still under what law enforcement calls an exceptional clearance that's when cases can be closed if the victim is uncooperative or a district attorney declines to prosecute turns out more than forty percent of closed three cases were exceptionally clear nationwide in twenty seventeen giving the public the impression they have been solved exceptional clearances not being used correctly Liz don again led the sex crimes unit at the Austin police department for nearly a decade now retired Donegan tell CBS news that she refused pressure to change rape cases from suspended two exceptionally cleared she was eventually transferred out of the sex crimes unit the public's perception about exceptional clearance is that the case has been closed since been cleared with the help somebody accountable which could be further from the truth right the decision not to prosecute war charts case made by the office of Margaret Moore the Travis county district attorney allowed Austin police to exceptionally clear it are you ever deciding not to prosecute because you want to keep your record the best possible because you're worried you may not get a conviction now we've taken cases to trial during my administration where we've gotten not guilty but we believed in the case the jury didn't if what happened to Emily happened to your daughter granddaughter which is to be run comment on Emily's case that's because more along with Austin law enforcement are defendants in a class action lawsuit brought by the board chart in seven other women who say their sexual assaults have been mishandled well we're sure it's alleged rapist walks free she just wants to be heard I much rather what of injured more physical violence and bent believe then be doubted and Austin City spokesperson speaking on behalf of the police department tell CBS news the city is currently undergoing a third party review of its training policies and resources the department of public safety recently audited the Austin police and Nora if found that thirty sexual assault cases were improperly closed

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Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:43 min | 10 months ago

Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

"Nationally fewer than one percent of reported rape cases result in a felony conviction and in many parts of the country police are closing cases and marking them as solved without making an arrest CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste tells us how a woman in Austin Texas is fighting back only more charts illustrates how she said she was treated after she reported being raped by a stranger last year when she was twenty one four charge says she was returning to our Austin Texas home when two men adopted her the man behind me grabs my throat and I go unconscious she was brought to this motel where she says a third man return multiple times over twelve hours according to board chart the man gave her cigarettes and whiskey and demanded that she shower with him Jordan managed to escape call police and have a rape kit done this this man who was on parole after serving twenty years for murder first claimed he did not know her but when his DNA came back as a match he said the sex was consensual he was never arrested the police suggest why in this audio recording take a shower with them consuming whiskey in the shower with them together it doesn't make the Best Picture the police act like that was consensual one really I was trying to prevent another being assaulted again and you're probably a friend to you he might kill you yes he's still under what law enforcement calls an exceptional clearance that's when cases can be closed if the victim is uncooperative or a district attorney declines to prosecute turns out more than forty percent of closed three cases were exceptionally clear nationwide in twenty seventeen giving the public the impression they have been solved exceptional clearances not being used correctly Liz don again led the sex crimes unit at the Austin police department for nearly a decade now retired Donegan tell CBS news that she refused pressure to change rape cases from suspended two exceptionally cleared she was eventually transferred out of the sex crimes unit the public's perception about exceptional clearance is that the case has been closed since been cleared with the help somebody accountable which could be further from the truth right the decision not to prosecute war charts case made by the office of Margaret Moore the Travis county district attorney allowed Austin police to exceptionally clear it are you ever deciding not to prosecute because you want to keep your record the best possible because you're worried you may not get a conviction now we've taken cases to trial during my administration where we've gotten not guilty but we believed in the case the jury didn't if what happened to Emily happened to your daughter granddaughter which is to be run comment on Emily's case that's because more along with Austin law enforcement are defendants in a class action lawsuit brought by the board chart in seven other women who say their sexual assaults have been mishandled well we're sure it's alleged rapist walks free she just wants to be heard I much rather what of injured more physical violence and bent believe then be doubted and Austin City spokesperson speaking on behalf of the police department tell CBS news the city is currently undergoing a third party review of its training policies and resources the department of public safety recently audited the Austin police and Nora if found that thirty sexual assault cases were improperly closed that is the key

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Kelsey Berreth Murder: What Does Krystal Lee know?

WBBM Programming

02:14 min | 10 months ago

Kelsey Berreth Murder: What Does Krystal Lee know?

"This weekend in forty eight hours correspondent Nikki Batiste investigates the murder of Kelsey bear with Nikki joins us from New York Kentucky Nikki thanks for having me Steve thank you let's start with what happened on thanksgiving day twenty eighteen that is the question what exactly did happen to Kelsey verify on thanksgiving day last year she went missing several days later and this is where the case really took off in the media she was reported missing by her mother her cell phone started traveling to Idaho when this happened in Colorado so investigators got really suspicious that trail led them to a woman named crystal Lee Kelsey was engaged to a man named Patrick freezy a rancher in Colorado they had a baby together turns out crystal lead was a secret girlfriend of his and crystal eventually tells investigators this unbelievable story she says that Patrick asked her to kill Kelsey three different times the very first plot Patrick asked crystal to get a Starbuck's caramel macchiato which was Kelsey's favorite drink so crystal does in crystal has the idea to poison this Starbucks coffee with a lethal dose of valium and Ambien she drives decals his apartment knocks on the door creates this ruse saying she's local a new. neighbor wants to get to know Kelsey gives Kelsey the coffee here's the key she tells investigators at the end she did not poison the coffee she calls Patrick her lover kills his fiance to tell him she chickened out and he is furious so he comes up with two more murder plots and phrases trial begins later this month so what are prosecutors expected to argue beyond what we've heard about these plots Kelsey's body is never been found there is no murder weapons they're really hanging in their prosecution on the story of Kristal lead but Patrick's defense team just filed court documents saying they will point the finger back at crystal Lee they say they will say that crystal story was somewhat fabricated and that she may have even been involved in the murder so we're expecting the trial scheduled for October twenty eighth for this to really be Patrick freezy story verses crystal lease story because so far at the moment we are unaware of any DNA evidence the places Patrick freezing at the

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Search for bodies continues in hurricane-ravaged Bahamas

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Search for bodies continues in hurricane-ravaged Bahamas

"And in the collapse rule in where once there were homes in the Bahamas search crews are finding bodies the government says forty five people known dead from hurricane Dorian but the grim search is going on many of those who survived have no place to live CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste found people living at the airport we flew into the marsh harbour airport on Friday with U. S. customs and border protection will read in air team. landing at what's

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New York opens "lookback window" for child sex abuse victims

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

New York opens "lookback window" for child sex abuse victims

"Happen starting to Morrow child sex abuse victims in New York state will have a chance to seek justice no matter how long ago the abuse took place CBS is Nikki Batiste has more the state's groundbreaking child victims act gives victims a one year look back window to file a civil lawsuit regardless of their age now it will likely lead to a tidal wave of litigation against institutions like the Catholic Church of public and private schools and the Boy

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Victims of child sex abuse expected to launch wave of lawsuits in New York

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Victims of child sex abuse expected to launch wave of lawsuits in New York

"One your window of opportunity in New York stage opens for child sex abuse victims to seek justice no matter how long a goal the abuse took place the state's groundbreaking child victims act gives victims hope one year look back window to file a civil lawsuit regardless of their age now it will likely lead to a tidal wave of litigation against institutions like the Catholic Church of public and private schools and the Boy Scouts eighteen states and Washington DC also have revised statutes laws taking effect this year it has the power to the victims Marcy Hamilton is founder of the child abuse advocacy group child USA the average age according to the best science of a victim coming forward about child sex abuse is age fifty two CBS is Nikki Batiste says the one year time frame begins at

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Be used Patricia walk saying with the men go at the Washington opera he he would be in the wings waiting for me and he would come up to me and he would say Patricia do you have to go home tonight you also think as soon as you walk away and get away you think did I just ruin my career the men go has issued a statement saying in part the allegations from these unnamed individuals dating back as many as thirty years are deeply troubling and as presented in accurate I believe that all of my interactions and relationships were always welcomed and consensual none of the women could offer documentation of the alleged encounters by the Associated Press spoke to many colleagues and friends who they can find it in the AP also independently verified the women worked where they said they did and that to mingle overlap with them at those locations that is CBS is Nikki Batiste nine twenty three now it KRLD the Rangers got thumped by the blue jays I almost gave up twenty runs yesterday or last night in Toronto they lost nineteen the four Rangers brother I have released their twenty twenty schedule so if you want to be there for the first regular season game ever at the new ballpark mark your calendars Tuesday afternoon March thirty first the Rangers and the angels at global I feel that I actually open on the road to open the season with four in Seattle and then the come home and that first game at the new ballpark March thirty first against the H. I hope it's a rainy day there's a roof there's a roof if it is raining if it's too cold there is a roof I can't wait to go to a game there this time next year yeah a hundred and seven degrees out they got it closed with that AC on it's nine twenty four let's check on the your money here's David Johnson yeah we when you're thumbing through your tickets and you looked at it.

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 Saoirse Kennedy Hill, granddaughter of RFK and Ethel Kennedy, found dead at family compound

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Saoirse Kennedy Hill, granddaughter of RFK and Ethel Kennedy, found dead at family compound

"Sir shot Kennedy hill is dead she's the granddaughter of Ethel and Robert F. Kennedy as correspondent Nikki Batiste reports it happened at the Kennedy homes in Hyannis port Massachusetts a call from the Kennedy compound came in at two thirty in sending paramedics to the sprawling property a family home to generations of the political dynasty Hyannis fire rescue rushed to the address of Ethel Kennedy the Hyannis news reports that according to radio transmissions one of the first responders on the scene said the patient was in cardiac arrest the twenty two year old wrote in a twenty sixteen high school newspaper about battling depression and attempting to take her own

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Meek Mill granted a retrial and 2008 conviction thrown out

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Meek Mill granted a retrial and 2008 conviction thrown out

"And rapper meek mill becomes a crusader for criminal justice reform CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste reports from mills hometown of Philadelphia the unanimous three judge panel throughout mills illegal gun and drug conviction and parole violation they rule this case was tried by a biased judge and largely built on testimony from a corrupt police officer named Reggie Graham Neil became a cause celeb after the judge jailed him in twenty seventeen for probation violation connected to the case since his release he's become an advocate for criminal justice reform bill recently spoke exclusively about this case with CBS this morning Gayle king I have an important role in speaking for a lot of people are trying to prove a point that you could come out of the situation flew to a show like that and actually better yourself and do great things the district attorney's office here now must decide whether or not to move forward with a new trial or dismiss the case for the first time in eleven years meek mill has no probation and no

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Jussie smollet has been cut from the final two episodes of this season's empire after being charged with creating a hate crime hoax last night. He returned to the set where he apologized for the embarrassment. He caused still he insisted he was innocent and blamed the legal system and the media CBS news dean Reynolds reports from Chicago over please. That of Jessie small has made a living performing in front of television cameras, but on Thursday, he wanted nothing to do with them as he walked out of a Chicago. Earlier in court smollet sat impassively as the judge told the thirty six year old actor that the charges. If true are utterly. Outrageous police superintendent Eddie Johnson was also visibly angry. Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations. Smollet had told police last month he was attacked by mass. Trump's supporters who hung a rope around his neck and doused him with an unknown. Chemical all while yelling, racist and homophobic slurs. Dean Reynolds, CBS news. Chicago Catholic church leaders have gathered at the Vatican to discuss ways to prevent clergy sex abuse crisis that is cross borders and generations weakening, the church and shaking, the pope's credibility, CBS news. Nikki Batiste reports from Rome to of a special Vatican summit church leaders focused on accountability to confront decades of sex. View scandals and cover ups the sexual abuse of minors at other valuable people not only breaks, divine and ecclesiastical, but also public criminal behavior. The archbishop of Chicago cardinal blaze soup it called for new legal procedures to investigate predatory priests hoping to rebuild trust with Catholics around the world victims and their families as well as persons who report the allegation needed to be treated with dignity and respect. Nikki Batiste CBS news Rome, a rare sight in Los Angeles yesterday as parts of the city saw snow.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To you by the Commonwealth of Virginia. After officials received an anonymous threat 'cause very scared. And I thought that many of my friends would die his mother. Claudia Charles says the letter shocked her he actually read me the letter I was really upset, of course, and really heartbroken. She says the recent rash of school shootings triggered her son's anxiety. When there was a shooting at another school. That's about forty five minutes away. It wasn't until this incident happened that really got what it was close enough to home that I realized he was actually affected by what was going on at a neighboring school and that he had concerns. A recent study shows in the first thirty days of this school year. There have been three hundred fourteen threats of violence in schools an average of eleven per day forty percent were threads of a school shooting. Johnny says it felt like an eternity before his lockdown was over. We were all like confused and COMEX same time and then after a while. Turned up turned out to be real Johnny hopes. He never has to write a letter like this again, a Johnny wrote his address on the letter to make sure his final words made at home. If he didn't survive Janis mom says she gave him a cell phone after the incident. So now, she can reach him right away. Nikki Batiste CBS news, New York. W w j news time is one twenty two. It's a big grant that's going to a few dozen Oakland County businesses for hiring and training new workers. WW? Jay's Jim Matthews has the details. Nearly seventy companies will share in the one point eight million dollar grant from the Michigan talent investment workforce development agency. The money will be used to hire and train over three hundred new employees expand the skills of over one thousand existing workers and create Forty-five new apprenticeship officials say workers will be trained in advanced manufacturing software development, construction trades and robotic operations, some of the companies getting grant money include Fiat Chrysler in Auburn Hills, ruby and associates in Bingham farms in Henry Ford health system in Waterford, Oakland County, executive l Brooks Patterson says the needs of our employers across the county continue to evolve in the state's going pro talent fun plays a key role in hiring and training people with the skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow. Jim Matthews WBZ NewsRadio nine fifty two. Longtime Oakland County hotspots are closing their doors Luna nightclub in downtown. Royal Oak announced in a Facebook post that there'd be closing the barn to nineteen years effective immediately. Mr. in Rochester will close its doors for goodness. According to a report in the Detroit News, the Rochester. Mr. B's has been opened since nineteen seventy seven their Facebook say that owners of the twenty four th street travelling in Oxford or tavern in Oxford have purchase Mr..

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Debate adds to the president's hard line immigration moves in the run-up to the election, including sending more than seven thousand troops to the southern border in reaction to the Central American migrant caravans making their way, north through Mexico. The size of the US force is roughly equal to that fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria on Fox News last night. President Trump said migrants seeking asylum in the US whom he called invaders would be housed in tents while under review we're going to put up all over the place. We're not going to build structures and spend all of this. You know, hundreds of millions of dollars setting aside, the political timing of all this the number of children born to undocumented migrants peaked twelve years ago at more than three hundred and fifty thousand but declined through twenty fourteen. That's according to the latest Pew Research data if the president signed an executive order ending birthrights. Citizenship. It would face immediate court challenges and might not survive. Jeff major Garrett. Thanks good. Have you hear could it be here? Here's a deeper look, by the way, I I write citizenship. So it is in addition to the US it's the law in Canada and most countries in central and South America few if any nations in Asia and Africa have birthright citizenship. Ireland was the last European nation to end it. Whitey bolger. The infamous Boston gangster died in a federal prison in West Virginia today just hours after being transferred. Their Bolger was once one of America's ten most wanted along with Osama bin Laden, his death as much of his life was was violence. Nikki Batiste reports tonight from outside the prison. Available medically respond. The call came in just after eight this morning, James.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Stacey lived her whole life in Michigan told us last year after a heart attack and decades of harsh winters. She headed south. So you just moved down here. From michigan. And this happened. Yes. I'm sorry. It ripped this whole section right back there. Many able to contact relatives back in Michigan where she moved from to let them know. She's okay. We're trying to help her do that. But she is a very difficult spot tonight. As so many are Muriel's daughter tasty tells us, she was watching our broadcast last night and reached out to us then on the CBS evening news Facebook page, we spoke to Casey today. I just I just happened to walk out into the living room at the exact time that I saw them walking up to the house, and I recognize instantly. Once I saw her I started crying, I could barely hold it together. But it was so difficult to stop crying long enough to hear my mother talking to know that she was okay. In case. He wanted us to tell her mom that she loves her. We know that murals son is down there you can hopefully help with the recovery. Pope Francis today accepted, the resignation of the archbishop of Washington DC cardinal Donald world world has been under fire from sex-abuse victims for his role in a cover up. But it's Nikki Batiste reports. The pope did not hold him accountable. In accepting world's resignation. The pope did not criticize his handling of sex abuse cases. But instead praises him for putting the good of the church foremost writing. I am proud. And thank you world has been under fire since August. When a sweeping two year, Pennsylvania grand jury investigation, criticized world for protecting thirty two priests accused of predatory behavior during his eighteen years as Bishop of Pittsburgh, I interviewed the cardinal on the eve of the report's release were you ever aware of any other allegations against priests during your time in Pittsburgh? If there were allegations we dealt with them immediately. We how did you deal with them? We always had as our process an opportunity with a review board to try to determine if the allegation was credible. We responded very appropriately with many times removal from ministry. Totally and completely Paul doors was abused by a priest when he was thirteen years later. He says he urged then Bishop world to warn the community about the predator priest, but says world declined to help his resignation is long overdue in my opinion. He should have resigned back in two thousand and two when I met him, and he wouldn't do anything about it. He sat there and just put his hands up a of his control today. World put out a statement saying I am sorry and ask for healing for all of those who were so deeply wounded at the hands of the church's ministers Marci Hamilton an attorney who specializes in clergy sex abuse says world could face criminal liability. Do you think this resignation is a strategic move to protect them from possible charges? I don't think that the resignation can protect him. It doesn't matter. If he's part of the church or not if he was engaged in endangering children in Pennsylvania. He's potentially chargeable while world is stepping down as archbishop of Washington. He will remain a cardinal and an advisor to the pope. Nikki Batiste CBS news, east point, Florida. Today. President Trump said he plans to meet American passer. Andrew Brunson tomorrow in the Oval Office. A Turkish court today convicted Brunson of having links to terrorism but allowed him to leave the country under.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Line of traffic of cars and trucks waiting to get out probably about a half a mile long at the front of that is a crash a sign that people are taking this all very very seriously. The welcome center where I am. Now. There's nobody here to welcome you to Charleston. Georgia's governor has just declared a state of emergency in that state's President Trump has signed an executive order it allows for sank. Nations to be slapped on foreigners who medal in American elections. New move today from pope Francis CBS's Nikki Batiste says he summoning top church officials from around the globe to discuss the clergy sex abuse scandal date for that meeting is in February of next year. This is really remarkable and clearly assign that pope Francis is taking this very seriously hearing, all of the comments from survivors who have said he isn't doing enough perhaps this is his way of taking some real action world. Health officials are out today with a new look at cancer CBS's. Vicki Barker WHO says cancer claim the lives of nine point six million people this year accounting for one in eight deaths among men and one in eleven among women lung cancer. It remains the biggest killer followed by breast cancer and color, rectal or bowel cancer, the FDA calls the use of e cigarettes by teens an epidemic in warns makers of flavored vaping products to reverse the trend or risk having their products banned, a Renoir painting stolen by the nuts. During World War Two is being returned to the air of its rightful owner Sylvia's seltzer. The granddaughter of the collector who owned it since have to pay back, the French governments and the governments of the the the indemnization they give me for the for this painting. And actually I can't afford it. So it will likely be auctioned off Wall Street right now, the Dow is up ninety nine points,.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Very difficult first of all to bury a, priest who is still so young with so much potential last night cardinal world. Reiterated he wasn't stepping down now remember we're talking about a long spectrum of time so how we don't things In the late eighties early nineties is different. Than the way we would today call doors the man who says he was abused in high school once world to resign but world has continued to deny wrongdoing doors also told us, he recently called an cursed. Out his alleged abuser Jack. HALE who doors claims admitted to. The abuse hell did not respond to our request? For comment CBS's Nikki Batiste and clearly a story that is going to continue to roll on in the days ahead also from CBS this morning an incredible story of survival here's a question for you you, were out in the woods what would you be willing to eat to survive we get the story. From CBS Don daler and Ohio man may be released today from. The hospital after. Being found nearly, a week after he disappeared on the slopes of an active volcano in Washington state Matthew Matheny was reported missing last Thursday. After, his car was discovered on a mount Saint Helen's. Trail the forty year old Yesterday about two and a half miles from. There Matheny told friends he stayed alive by eating berries NBC's Don. Daler shows us the hackers incredible survival story Matthew Matheny went missing and one. Of the most remote parts of the country wearing little more than a t shirt and flip flops and while, the odds may have been stacked against him the. Former boy scout was found in far better shape than anyone ever expected I am just in such shock and such relief Matthew Matheny friends celebrated his rescue bang.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On gene therapy experiments a special panel for the national, institutes of health say they will no longer review all applications for gene therapy and will instead take. A broader advisory role gene therapy aims to attack the root cause of a health problem by either deleting adding or altering DNA rather than. Treating symptoms of illness but some experts say they are wary of changing the protocol because they're not yet certain of. All the risks involved this year's outbreak of measles is on a pace to. Surpass last year's cases the CDC says it is monitoring the outbreak in twenty one states more than one hundred people were reported to have. Contracted the, viral infection health officials say the majority of people who contracted measles didn't get vaccinated, symptoms including, high, fever runny nose cough and watery eyes typically. Occurs seven to fourteen Days after being infected, it's CBS Nikki Batiste with. That report BBC. News time six thirty seven. Business news is next, this is Dale the director of the northeast men's clinic here's Chuck to share. His experience the last four years I noticed that. I was gaining weight, I, lacked energy I didn't have the drive to get up and go. To the gym like I used to and I just, didn't feel like myself and I tried vitamins supplements every snake oil product that was out there I. Tried it but nothing ever worked calling the northeast men's clinic was the best thing I ever did I've been on testosterone replacement therapy for. Several months now I feel fantastic I feel youthful again I'm getting a great night's sleep and I actually feel like. I want to run the Boston marathon again like I did twenty years ago. I'm never getting off this program I want to feel the way I feel now for the rest of my life I highly recommend northeast. Men's clinic, if you know you should make this phone call don't waste another, four years like, I.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Three twenty seven The US conference of Catholic bishops saying that they are completely saddened and the Pittsburgh Bishop has Nikki Batiste at an opportunity from CBS news to speak, with attorney, general, Joshua hero Wet as Pennsylvania attorney? General Josh Shapiro publicly revealed the contents of the landlord grand jury report for the first time. When you saw the emotion on the survivors faces what does that mean to you it means the world. To me to be able to do this for them to help them I have some modicum of healing victims and their loved, ones had been anticipating, the release of the report the most sweeping examination yet of child sex abuse in the US Catholic church stood up and said our truth secrets out now investigators uncovered disturbing allegations including a seven-year-old girl raped in a hospital after she had. Her tonsils taken out a nine? Year old boy who was mouth was rinsed with holy water after being forced to. Perform oral sex and five, sisters abused by the same priest how old was the youngest victim she was eighteen months old when she was for the first time eighteen months old she was in a diaper Just Unimaginable the whole. Thing and then on top of, that not only the individual, priests but still this effort that was made to cover up to hide to shift the pri- tried to deal with outside of the law that would have been most just we'll continue to cover this. Afternoon in, fact coming later, on we'll be talking to auditor-general Eugenie pass qualley about his, call but first, news, news finish.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Indeed dot. Com Steve Kaethe and the numbers are. Staggering the details are, revolting and so, far the Vatican has been silent on a, bombshell Pennsylvania grand jury report that, says more than a thousand children were subjected to sexual abuse at the hands of some three hundred Roman Catholic priests in that state over the past seventy. Years here's CBS's Nikki Batiste servive as wet as Pennsylvania attorney, general Josh Shapiro publicly revealed the contents of the landmark grand jury report for the first time when you saw the emotion on the survivors, faces what does that mean to? You it means the world to me to be able to do this for them to help them have some modicum of healing, victims and their loved ones had been anticipating the release of the, report the most sweeping examination yet of child sex abuse in the US Catholic. Church we've stood up and said our truth secrets out now, invest Gators uncovered disturbing allegations including a. Seven-year-old girl raped in a hospital after. She had her tonsils taken out a, nine year old boy whose mouth was rinsed, with holy water after being forced, to perform oral sex and five sisters abused by the same priest how old was the youngest victim she was inked teen months old when she was for. The first time eighteen months old she was in a diaper, the report accuses senior church officials of covering up the Beauce authorities have charged just two priests many are dead and the statute of limitations, has run out in nearly every? Case it was a day for diversity in some states that held political primaries yesterday Vermont Democrats picked the nation's first transgender candidate, for Governor Christine hall quiz must say I'm incredibly honored incredibly honored, to have all your support Minnesota Democrats nominated Ilhan Omar for a house seat. To if elected would be the first Somali American in congress Organized around the politics of Republicans backed by, President Trump won primaries for governor? In Wisconsin the incumbent Scott Walker and in Minnesota Jeff Johnson who beat.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"President Trump is now calling former aide Amoroso manigault Newman a dog and his campaign. Is now seeking damages for what she said about him in interviews enter new book. That is, the White, House press secretary faces. Questions about one of moroseness more inflammatory. Charges as she's heard. A recording of Mr. Trump using the n. word CBS news White. House correspondent Steven Portnoy report secretary Sarah. Sanders, points to the president's denial on Twitter that he ever used the n. word a reporter asked if Sanders could guarantee, that no such tape, will surface I can't guarantee anything but I can tell you that. The president addressed this. Question directly Sanders also wouldn't say whether she has signed the type of nondisclosure agreement that the Trump campaign is. Now enforcing against manigault Newman Sanders described such contractual. Language common contention disputed by veterans of administrations of both, parties Steven Portnoy CBS news As the White House a bombshell in Pennsylvania today where a grand jury investigation has found widespread sexual. Abuse by Catholic clergy, report says more than three hundred clergy members committed the abuse in. Six Roman Catholic diocese CBS news Nikki Batiste reports in all the Pennsylvania grand jury identified more than one thousand church sex abuse. Survivors some of whom appeared at Tuesday's press conference and in this video my children. Suffered dad found out Crazy I, have no desire to have children None because of this at least two priests have, been charged as a part of the investigation but the statute of limitations prevents most of those. Named in the report, from, being, held accountable Nikki Batiste CBS news Harrisburg Pennsylvania a shark sighting this morning force lifeguards to close a two mile section of beach and oceanside the. Hammerhead shark was first spotted around eight thirty then again at ten thirty news as Heather hope has the story out on the oceanside pier fishing when Toby Gainey sell something. Stand out in the water around ten thirty a m. The rumor was it was a, great way it. Was ten to twelve feet. Big fish stories how they go from.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"News We're going to begin tonight with what appears to be the largest, abuse scandal to shake the American Catholic church yet after a two year investigation of Pennsylvania grand jury today alleged decades of abuse of children by more than three, hundred men described as predator priests in detail the accounts of more, than a thousand children but said there are likely thousands more victims and the report says church leaders protected the precent a. Cover up that went all. The way to the Vatican Nikki Batiste is in Harrisburg tonight Priests were rape, raping little boys and girls and the men of God who were responsible for them not only did nothing they hit it off for decades standing alongside survivors of sexual abuse. Attorney general Josh Shapiro said the grand jury uncovered credible evidence, against three hundred one, predator priests who abused more than one thousand children the time of telling these victims to keep their truth to. Themselves has ended the grand jury investigation goes, back seventy years and identified predator priests and six Catholic diocese across Pennsylvania documents from the diocese own secret archives form the backbone of the investigation corroborating accounts of, alleged sexual abuse and systemic church cover up Mirroring worldwide pattern where, abusers are moved from parish to parish we should emphasize that while the lists of priests is long we don't think we I got. Them all we feel certain that many victims never came forward and that. The diocese did, not create written, records every single time they heard something about abuse nearly one hundred of the accused clergy are from the. Pittsburgh diocese alone were now cardinal Donald world was the Bishop for, eighteen years, do you think right now today children are being abused at the hands of priests in the Catholic church I'm not sure. That there's any way you can guarantee that they won't ever be a failure. In the life of any priest green future you can't do more than give your very best trying to eradicate a problem, for the victims here today Pennsylvania statute of limitations makes their cases too old to be prosecuted what an elimination of the statute of limitations be Justice for the victims there. Should be no statute of limitations to bring criminal charges in, Pennsylvania when it comes Child sexual abuse the majority of the. Name to priests are dead still as a result of the investigation to priests have been criminally charged including, one who has pled guilty this is the priest you say abused. You guess John Doherty was molested by his family priest for two years. Beginning at each ten how does it feel to see your abusers name in this report Relief Absolutely. Relieved, I I'm. Free I, mean I'm absolutely. Free we reached out to the Vatican for, comment but we have not heard back. Jeff he mentioned the statute of limitations has expired in most of these cases, is is there any recourse then for so many of these? Victims there is a Bill on the table here in the Pennsylvania state legislature that could eliminate the statute of limitations for one. Year so any victim can file a civil, lawsuit regardless of age. Death all. Right Nikki petits leading us off tonight from, Harrisburg. Pennsylvania, Nikki thank you The death? Toll is up to at least twenty six after a highway disaster in the Italian port city of Jenna what's today bridge more. Than half a century old collapsed sending dozens of cars and trucks. Plunging nearly. A hundred and fifty feet Charlie Dagda has, the. Latest, on this Footage shot from a helicopter shows the sheer. Level of destruction out of nowhere the bridge a head, disappeared taking everything and everyone with..

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Abuse scandal to shake the American Catholic church yet after a two, year investigation of Pennsylvania grand jury today alleged decades of abuse of, children by more than three hundred men describe is predator priests detail the accounts of one thousand children but said there are likely. Thousands more victims and the report says church leaders protected the priest and a cover up that went all, the way to the Vatican Nikki Batiste, is in Harrisburg, tonight Priests were raping little, boys and girls and the men of God who were responsible for them not only did nothing they hit it all for decades standing alongside survivors of sexual abuse attorney general Josh. Shapiro said the grand jury uncovered credible evidence against three hundred, one predator priests who, abused more than one thousand children the time of telling these victims to keep their truth to themselves has ended. The grand jury investigation goes back seventy years and identified predator priests and six Catholic diocese across Pennsylvania documents from the diocese. Own secret archives form the backbone of the investigation corroborating accounts of, alleged sexual abuse and systemic church cover up Mirroring a worldwide pattern, where abusers are moved from parish to parish we should emphasize that while the lists of priests is long we don't think we Got them all we feel certain that many victims never came forward and. That the diocese did not create written records every single time they heard something about abuse nearly one hundred, of the accused clergy. Are from the Pittsburgh diocese alone where now cardinal Donald Wuerl was, the Bishop, for eighteen years do you think right now today children are being abused at the hands of priests in the Catholic church. I'm not sure that there's any way you can guarantee that they won't ever. Be a failure in the life of any priest green future you can't do more than your very best to radically problem, is for the victims here today Pennsylvania's statute of limitations that makes their cases too old to be prosecuted what an elimination of the statute of limitations be Justice for the victims. There should be no statute of limitations to bring criminal charges, in Pennsylvania when it It comes, to child sexual abuse the majority of the name to priests are dead. Still as a result of the investigation to priests have been criminally charged. Including one who has pled guilty this is the priest you say abused you yes John Dougherty was molested by his family priest for two years beginning at each ten how does it. Feel.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"More on the menu that's good for them and the planet Nikki Batiste CBS news New York Star date, July seventeen Cassiopeia the Queen sits low in the north northeast at nightfall than wheels high to the. North at first light it stars form a bright letter w. so it's one of the easiest constellations to pick out it would have been a lot easier to pick out, in fifteen seventy two a new star appeared near the w a star so bright that it was visible in daylight and, about a century later another new star flared to. Live not far away there are only sketchy indications that it was. Ever seen that today astronomers know. All about both stars they were blasting themselves bits as supernova astronomers know that because they can see and study the remains of both stars expanding bubbles. Of gas and dust the first star is. Known as Tico supernova that's because it was studied in detail by Tico. Bri the leading astronomer the time the star exploded when the small corpse A once normal star still gas from a companion star when enough gas built up this. Starr blasted itself to smithereens debris from the. Supernova forms a colorful bubble it spans about thirty five light years and. It's expanding at about ten million miles per hour The other. Star is Cassiopeia a it formed when. The core of a supergiant star collapsed its. Outer layers then blasted into space the debris from that blast, also spans many light years and it's also. Still expanding these and other supernova remnants are important for several reasons we'll talk about those tomorrow Starting WW Jay is made possible by, Cranbrook institute.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"To avoid eating romaine lettuce grown in yuma arizona new cases of e coli infections are still being reported every day nikki batiz has the latest on the outbreak investigation government health officials are still trying to determine the source of an ecoli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce the cdc cautions that consumers should not eat any type of romaine grown in yuma arizona we are advising people if they can't confirm that they're lettuce did not come from yuma arizona that they go ahead and throw it out don't buy it don't eat it the cdc is now reporting eighty four people in nineteen states have been infected half were hospitalized including nine with kidney failure people with e coli infections usually get sick three to four days after eating contaminated food they get bloody diarrhea stomach cramps and their illness typically last about a week this ecoli outbreak we're seeing higher portion of ill people being hospitalized fortunately romaine has a short shelf life in the winter most comes from arizona but production there is wrapping up and now shifts to california we can hope that a lot of this lettuce will be on shelf life and be off the shelves soon that a lot of restaurants and grocery stores and people in their homes have i've heard our advice and so we're we're hoping that they will start to taper off the cdc says it will continue to monitor for new illnesses and we'll update its guidance on what people should not be eating if necessary nikki batiste hawaii news now more consumer news now changes could soon be delivered to your email inbox google is revamping g mail with.

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"nikki batiste" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"nikki batiste" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Have had their data misuse cbs's nikki batiste facebook steve operating officer cheryl sandberg says the social media giant will spend years improving security this isn't a one time change our one time exercise this is ongoing because security and safety is an arms race on wednesday the social networks had most of its two billion plus users have likely had their personal data accessed by outsiders while the company was quick to clarify that information was public sandberg admits facebook wasn't focused enough on how facebook data is used i'm really sorry for that in marks gaining two hundred forty points this is cbs news you have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you liberty mutual insurance it's time to join the millions of people using zoom videoconferencing turn any size conference room huddle room or executive office into his zoom room with flawless hd video crystal clear audio and instant wireless sharing it'll even work with your existing hardware start your meetings with a single touch or use zooms new voice command feature zoom started meeting huddle happy visit zoom dot us to set up your free zule room trial today that's zoom dot us zoom video conferencing or you more than ten thousand dollars in debt don't let the credit card companies bully you anymore there are programs in place to help you get free of your debt and you don't have to pay the entire amount you owe get free of credit card debt signature loans department store cards internet loans and medical bills total financial freedom has helped thousands they're a plus rated by the better business bureau too don't go bankrupt you'll have the right to settle your debt for a mere fraction of what you owe call total financial now at eight six six eight four four seventy three forty four that's eight six six eight four four.

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