18 Burst results for "Peter Haskell"

"peter haskell" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

06:14 min | 3 months ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"The fbi is excavating. This man's backyard in massachusetts. And i nearly got in a car accident. I literally. i pulled off the road. And i was like oh my god like this was the whole story that i have been trying to get anybody to listen to for the past for the prior six or seven years and i got home and i called the state police and i said you know this is what i've been telling you about. Here's the guy's mouth about everything and what happened. Was the the perpetrator. This man named peter haskell had died in his home he lived in georgetown mass. He had died. And what's required by the law. Enforcement is when someone dies in their home. You have to do a while this track to out all play and they went into his home when they did they saw all of this really incriminating material from you know mannequins have little boys. You know tied down to barbie dolls to movies. You know hundreds of identification cards kids and all these other things so then they were like oh no because they knew that they had had on file this man alleged all of these things this victim alleging all of these things that they said that he said this man had done and they dug his backyard and found nothing. You know. i think there was some. You know there was a tooth. I think that was his property. A child to them still trying to find out whether dna testing was done on that But that you know as as hot as it was. It was sort of like andy. The search for andy as hot as that story was news for about a week you know wire the fbi dating this man's backyard. What are they looking for. Here's what was in the affidavit. But they found in his house. This man had no record. You know the only thing they knew about them. Was you know of an alleged sexual relationship with a priest. You know blah blah blah and as quickly as that story lit up it die down you know and that's what happens. It's sort of like there's a spark and then it and then it goes away and but you know if you stay with it for years. Decades i have the research starts to tell its own story and the data tells its own story so i decided to look into that more in a few years ago. I went to harvard. And i got a master's degree from harvard and i learned all about statistics. And how data can tell a story For prove or disprove hypothesis and i decided to apply data to my research and so at the time that andy disappeared. When i was a little girl. I thought andy was the only child you know that that happened to. Of course he wasn't but as a little girl. I thought he was and as an adult decided. Well you know. I know that wasn't the only one. But how many were there. You know And i thought. Maybe i'd find a couple. You know what. I ended up finding. Was you know there over thirty unsolved missing and murdered. Children are massachusetts from the same time that despaired and i believe many of them are connected. Yeah absolutely and and so. That's where i'm at now making a podcast to tell the next chapter van de story and where this is my me in the past ten years and you know again. I thought it was I was going to be able to walk away and just you know. Tell the story of my childhood friend and just like andy's mom had told me from day one. It was much bigger than i realized. And you know the decades of research that i've done have proven that to be true and you know. I see things like documentaries. Like you said like the keepers or you know like children of the snow or you know these other stories about what was happening. Nationally at the time in the seventies and i realized that you know andy was part of that that whole machine. was you know. Pedophilia and child pornography. That was so prolific in the seventies that continues to be prolific today. It's just you know the dark web today. It's gone online. What have you but back. Then you know people had to meet in person. They had to develop relationships. They had to share children and they had to share information and so they were very much a a an organized system and network with south just like we in the you know the things we talk about today with terror south but we just. We didn't have a name for it in the seventies. He didn't know that children wanted missing. You didn't know that there was human trafficking. We didn't even have award for human trafficking. So what is the update on his case as of today. Twenty twenty one. Well as of today wayne chapman has been released from prison. He served Forty years But not for anything to do with andy. He was convicted of the rape of two children. my childhood friends who he hit abducted and raped from the same. Pull the year before And he served sentences but he was convicted under a something called a civil commitment which had him. You know Basically under a psychiatric commitment until he could be deemed no longer sexually dangerous and in twenty seventeen. A new law was passed in massachusetts. That allowed sex offenders to hire Professionals call Qualified examiners to Determine whether they are not sexually dangerous and then side sip jury or judge trial And that's exactly what did he his defense Had to qualified examiners. Who said he was no longer dangerous than he didn't have to go before a judge jury anymore to Make that ruling and he had done that several times and john. Juries found him still sexually dangerous and he was you know Sent back to his commitment but this time he was able to use this new law and and get out and so he was released and He was released last august a year ago last august and he was initially home was he has to register the level three sex offender and He was initially homeless and then ironically about a month ago he was pleased in a nursing. Home around the corner from my home He was literally half a mile from me Which was just bizarre. Forty five years later that he would you know from jamestown new york Be placed right around the corner from me in my home in massachusetts but he was and he recently we've moved.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WTOP

"Three fifty to a jury has been seated in the sexual assault trial of former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein the defense has raised concerns about a fair trial but the prosecutor is also trouble she feels one's teens attorneys were trying to avoid ceding white women the jury is made up of seven men and five women two of the women are white in three or black CBS news legal analyst Ricky clean long are better on history for Harvey ones than women why is that because we're dealing with the case that really became the symbol of the need to learn French the panel will have to decide of one's dean is guilty of rape and sexual assault WCBS reporter Peter Haskell it's three fifty two Arianna Grande is facing a lawsuit over her Grammy nominated song seven rains boxes Machel Pelino reports Arianna Grande and universal music or being sued by hip hop artists dot for ripping off the course of a song you need it I got it I got a warning her hit song seven bring that is real name is Josh stone alleges music producer Tommy brown heard dot song in live two key elements from the song for Grande's the lawsuit also claims to forensic musicologists examine the songs and determine the rhythm and notes to be similar the pop star's up for five Grammy awards two of those are for the song seven ranks at next week's award show Michelle Pelino fox news well I'm I'm Simon I'm looking by many to be one of the original members of the popular Australian children's band the winkles has been hospitalized after collapsing during a wildfire relief concert Greg page the forty eight year old original yellow Winkle fell as he left the stage in New South Wales he went into cardiac arrest a look at money news on the way three fifty four I sure resented by Saturday June twenty seventh jiffy lube live brown van with special guest.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hit President Trump on his way to the second summit with North Korea's Kim Jong on first degree misdemeanor. Charges filed today against paths owner Robert Kraft and a teenager from Maldon is facing charges of taking police on a forty mile car chase in a stolen vehicle. And back to our top story. President Trump on his way to Vietnam and that second summit with North Korea's Kim Jong on the Trump administration is trying to reach a deal with peon yanked end its nuclear and missile programs. Tufts University Korean studies, professor sung Yoon Lee, says Mr. Trump is sitting down with an unscrupulous actor North Korea operates like a giant criminal syndicate counterfeit US currency. It's the leading Manja launder the worst violator of human rights in the world. So it really doesn't give a damn this week US amylase. They've observed operations continuing as usual at North Korea's main nuclear reactor for making weapons-grade plutonium South America, we go. The US is planning new ways to pressure. Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro to give up power and to get desperately needed. Help to starving. Venezuelans? Vice President Mike Pence speaking to a summit today of South America. Leaders in Colombia announced new sanctions against four Madore regime. Officials who he says personally blocked aid shipments to Venezuela. These men worked to block aid for people in need and suppress peaceful protests, while they're tyrant danced in Caracas. Their actions will not go on punished. Back here. In New England is the second student to die on the campus of URI this month alone. First responders call to a pool at the two tell phys Ed center on the Kingston campus Sunday, they found lifeguards performing CPR grad student identified as a hobby. He was from India and studying physics. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. Freezing conditions lead to the death of a visitor at Yosemite national park ABC's. Alec stone with details and what happened much of Yosemite is comfort in ice. And snow right now park officials say a fifty six year old visitor ignored signs warning that a trail from Yosemite valley to vernal fall's was closed. Sheva apparently went around a gate while hiking on the trail. She was hit by falling rock and ice and died. The National Park Service is investigating her death. Alex stone ABC news. All right from Maine, Massachusetts, Mainers want to supply us with hydropower. Now regulators in the state of Maine are gathering comment on this proposed. One billion dollar transmission line to supply Canadian hydropower to Massachusetts, you can either file in writing by the end of the month or attend public hearing in the state of Maine on March seventh supporters say the line will reduce the region's alliance on fossil fuels and cost Mainers. Nothing. Nine eleven responders. And John Stewart are back on Capitol Hill there lobbying to make the nine eleven victim compensation fund permanent. This is reporter Peter Haskell who says the fund is running out of money in the first five.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Female bartenders. Why did she do it allegedly because she suspected one of the bartenders was having an affair with her husband? They were estranged and they're back together. Dennis. And a follower of mass killer. Charles Manson wants out of prison. Trying for third time to win her freedom Leslie Van Houten has been in prison for over four decades to previous time she was recommended for parole, then governor Jerry Brown denied it. Now, it will be up to governor Gavin Newsom, then Houten took part in the killing of a couple here in L A, which came a day after other Manson followers, killed pregnant actress, Sharon Tate and four others. Tate's sister who was at the parole hearing opposes van Houten's. Really? There is no do overs for their victims Manhattan's case. Now undergoes a one hundred fifty day review period. Alex stone ABC news with a SaaS Angeles with salt rifles and bricks the size of cocaine giant bricks of cocaine essentially piled high on a courtroom table. The defense gave closing arguments today. Have you been following this the trial of drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman? Peter Haskell was there to some who's not as a folk hero a Robin Hood of sorts, but the prosecutor painted the picture of an ambitious drug Lord in brutal killer. She said he ship fifteen to twenty tons of cocaine into New York City, the street value tuna billion dollars, and she argued El Chapo ran the cartel. The defense is expected to claim goose modest being framed by his former associates many of them testified against him. The drug operation. Brought in billions Peter has school for CBS news Brooklyn New York, jury deliberations.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Song, but she's facing charges in queens this afternoon accused of throwing chairs and beer bottles at two female bar tenders. Why she suspected one was having an affair with her husband. Thank you. Dennis Chicago police are looking to talk to two people of interest. This is the high hate crime attack against jesse's small latte. He starts an empire the hit show. He says attackers beat him wearing masks, yelling, racist and homophobic slurs. Apparently, the clue is in surveillance tapes. Sources tell CBS news the two figures seen in these dark surveillance images were also spotted sitting on a bench when jussie smollet walk past them across the street. They then appear to get up and follow him. Although the three of them are never seen on camera together about a minute later. Investigators say another security camera captured small at returning to his apartment with a noose tied around his neck. The rope was untied but still on his neck when police arrived forty five minutes after he says he was attacked smo- let in the hospital recovering and a follower of mass killer. Charles Manson wants oughta prison trying for his third time to win her freedom, Leslie Van Houten has been in prison for over four decades to previous time she was recommended for parole, then governor Jerry Brown denied it. Now, it will be up to governor Gavin Newsom Van Houten took part in the killing of a couple here in L A, which came a day after other Manson followers, killed pregnant actress, Sharon Tate and four others. Tate's sister who was at the parole hearing opposes van Houten's release. There is no do overs for their victims Van Houten case. Now undergoes at one hundred fifty day review, period. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. And the defense giving closing arguments today in the trial of drug kingpin, El Chapo Guzman. WCBS reporter Peter Haskell following the story to some who's.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On border security, but it provides no money for the president's border wall. It came after Mr. Trump said they'd be wasting their time if they did not offer money correspondent Nancy Cortes lawmakers from the right and the left way around talked about their priorities talked about how badly they want to see a deal happen at talked about. How unfortunate this shutdown was how damaging the fact that they want to avoid another one in for the most part, they really steered clear of some of the very explosive issues that tend to divide writing left prosecutors urged a jury to convict Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman in their closing arguments WCBS radios, Peter Haskell was in the courtroom with her voice rising, the prosecutor outline who's nuts. Multiple prison breaks she pointed to him in the courtroom saying. He wanted to avoid sitting right there, do not let him escape responsibility. To jury was told of drug shipments with volumes tons the government claims how Chapo oversaw the cartel and murder to protect the operation. The defendant looked attentive during much of the day. His attorney is expected argue Guzman was not the cartel boss. Peter has school for CD heads news Brooklyn New York, tomorrow chop attorneys will present their closing arguments secretary Mike Pompeo says he is sending a team to Asia to set up a second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon by the end of February. This is CBS news..

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"peter haskell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Morgan CBS news, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The government has wrapped up his closing arguments. And the defense will have its say in the morning in the trial of Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. Local reporter Peter Haskell has more with her voice rising the prosecutor outline who's nuts. Multiple prison breaks, she pointed to him in the courtroom saying he wanted to avoid sitting right there, do not let him escape responsibility. The jury was told of drug shipments with volume. James in turns the government cleansed, El Chapo, oversaw the cartel and murder to protect the operation. The defendant a little tentative during much the day. His attorneys expected to argue Guzman was not the cartel boss. Peter has school for CD has news Brooklyn, New York. Closing arguments are also underway in the trial of a navy petty officer here in San Diego accused of being under the influence when his truck flew off Coronado bridge killing four people in Chicano park. New Sates Kelly Hesse doll has the latest closing arguments. Just got started a little while ago. This case boils down to whether the jury believes Richardson polio was impaired at the time of this crash. Prosecutors say yes his defense. Attorney says no the amount of time. That's the polio can spend behind bars is quite different based on what that jury determines. Now supposedly took the stand in his own defense yesterday. And he testified he driven that route to Coronado nearly a hundred times, and he drove at that day back October of two thousand sixteen the same way as any other and he admits to having. A beer and a glass of wine at brunch before getting on the exit to the Coronado bridge. He says he tried to pass someone who is in the fast lane van driver. Sped up. He spent up and the next thing he knew he hits a right son of the ramp went over the side and his truck landed on top of people who are at a motorcycle festival at Chicano park below polio faces nearly twenty four years in prison. If convicted of all the charges, travelers can expect slight delays at the time may support of entry this evening. Customs and border protection officials are conducting one of their large-scale operation readiness exercises scheduled to start at six in the last about fifteen minutes. AM seven sixty micro-climate forecast. Partly cloudy today. Highs in the mid sixty s along the coast around seventy inland. Tomorrow, cloudy and wet the rain due to start around eleven in the morning lasting all afternoon and into the evening, cloudy skies on Friday before the rain returns on Saturday right now, it's partly cloudy and sixty three in del mar. During the state of the NFL address today Commissioner Roger Goodell said San Diego is not an option for raider home games in twenty nineteen bread. Winner bulls next AM seven sixty talk and breaking news now.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Michigan have stopped because it's cold. Even the university of Michigan is closed. Unfortunately, somebody has to do it. I guess he's gotta be me doing it, meaning working outside and you just dress for the cold, buddy. I gotta layers trust me. Charlie Langton for CBS news, Detroit. Wall Street rallying on the latest word from the Federal Reserve in expression of patients on interest rates chairman Jerome Powell, we continue to expect that the American economy will grow at a solid pace in two thousand nineteen although likely slower than the very strong pace of two thousand eighteen those contacts and apples better than expected. Quarterly results. Yesterday. Have sent the markets soaring. More than five hundred points. Congressional negotiators officially kicked off today at homeland security spending Bill negotiations stalled on the president's demands for border wall funding CBS's Bill Rakoff, the deal to end the government shutdown provided a February fifteenth deadline to reach agreement on border security to prevent a new shutdown. And while there was optimism in the first moments of the deal is sobering. Reality has since settled over Washington, we could be right back where we started from in three weeks. I'll speaker Nancy Pelosi is called the idea of a border wall. Immoral and set last Friday, she wouldn't change her stance. And what the Trump administration still dug in on the idea of five? Point seven billion dollars for a wall. There isn't much hope for any kind of deal anytime soon. Bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill closing arguments today in the trial of accused Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman WCBS reporter, Peter Haskell after presenting a parade of witnesses it a mountain.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"El Chapo trial coming to a close in Brooklyn walking goes Mon is charged with drug trafficking. Correspondent Peter Haskell tells us closing arguments are set for this morning. The government's case took more than ten. Weeks and included fifty six witnesses that offense needed has to have Fowler with one witness that gives you an idea of how one sided this has been press Keita's Kim point to wiretaps photos and insider testimony the defense, but likely focus on the cooperating witnesses goes monetize accused of running a sprawling drug operation. The defense claims he was not the cartels leader, Al Chapo could get life in prison. If convicted he cannot get the death penalty under an extradition deal with Mexico on the health watching this morning, potentially good news on Alzheimer's, researchers at LSU health in New Orleans, say a patient treated with oxygen therapy and hyperbaric chamber shows a big improvement in mental and physical faculties. A brain scan showed a thirty eight percent increase in brain metabolism. After the therapy officials caution this is not a formal study. Our clinical trial research has shown that giving Alzheimer's patients stuffed animals are. Dolls can decrease stress and help them become more. Verbal WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports and Attleboro resident put that research to the test at a nursing home. They sang to their baby dolls and spoke to them as if they were real. Yeah, you'll be the name. You be ready when the dolls were given to fourteen Alzheimer's patients at the lights care center here in Attleboro by resident Donna avoid Lavoix. Lost her mom to the disease last April. She saw how much her mother adore a doll that had been given to her. So she decided it was time to spread the love. So I thought maybe there's something I can do to help other people with Alzheimer's that will make me feel better about being without my mom for Christmas. And I came up with the idea to just give them dolls like my mom had in maybe bring a little joint of their lives. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Austin's News Radio in New Hampshire proposal to ban. The start of school before Labor Day is being hotly debated one of the primary reasons for an earlier school star time is to avoid going to school late into June. But the tourism industry says pre Labor Day school hurts business the music world is remembering are embracing our James Ingram..

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At a hearing nikki yovany now says she never told investigators she was sexually assaulted the former sacred heart's student reportedly stunned the prosecutor when she testified that she told police something happened in the bathroom at a party with those two guys that she didn't want to happen now yesterday's hearing was on a defense motion to keep you venos alleged confession that she made up the rape allegation out of trial wbz news time ten twenty one some three hundred victims of former michigan state university dr larry nassar we'll be sharing a five hundred million dollar settlement with university among those are former gymnast ginette and lynch she spoke to nbc's today show yes we've gotten the settlement but it doesn't change the facts that this is my life of course if money will make it easier to help with therapy and not have to worry about how am i going to get help to move on larry nassar has been sentenced to federal prison and will stay there for the rest of his life and by the way nassar is also charged in a separate suit involving us olympic gymnasts including needham's alley raise men protesters mike show up outside a new york city lawyer's office today this after he was seen on video ranting about restaurant worker speaking spanish to costumers cbs's peter haskell says that video has gone viral bread begins with the customer castigating the manager because people in the restaurant including workers were speaking spanish every person in america the customer is thirty years white man with the white treasure the managers take come what the diatribe continued.

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California limits National Guard’s border mission, risking clash with Trump

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:45 min | 3 years ago

California limits National Guard’s border mission, risking clash with Trump

"Wbz news time to twenty north and south korea reportedly considering ending the longstanding state of war between those two countries as health korean newspaper reports that announcement could comment next week's summit between president moon jaein and north korean leader kim jong un and the two sides are also considering connecting a phone line between those two leaders asia expert isaac stone fish thinks this would be a significant development it'd be great for the two sides to have this opportunity to chat on the highest level this is a really good risk management strategy countries have technically been at war since nineteen fifty three and less than two months before the world cup begins in russia the sports governing body is now charging the host country's fans with racism officials with fiba say racist chants were aimed at black french players during france's friendly win over russia last month it's the third racism case this season at a stadium that set to host a world cup semifinal match russia's deputy prime minister says officials are starting to crack down on racist fans wbz news time to twenty twentyone appearing at the national press club in washington california governor jerry brown agreed to send hundreds of national guard troops to the mexican border following a request from president trump could be two or four hundred that's being worked out very good communication between the california's national guard initial headquarters there there are other players like department defense and homeland security so we got plenty to do with respect to our borders governor brown is a democrat and he has said he will not allow those national guard troops to be used for immigration enforcement activities and a controversial statue of the father of modern gynecology has been taken down in new york city wcbs peter haskell has more on that onlookers cheered is marion sims was removed from his pedestal seems is known as the father of college but he also experimented on slaves taylor champion things to removal is appropriate if he was treating women differently by virtue of their race that i think is inexcusable city commission reviewed a host of controversial statues but this was the only one removed peterhansel for cbs news new york here so fast iran from start to finish one place was there marathon wash the newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to twenty three time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In 2010 raw says the training was tough obviously had a little bit of a heads of the rosa one you don't know what it's like until he actually go through the process most difficult physically mentally challenging thing you could ever know mother judith whittleton is all too aware of the dangers her son's face air isn't it it goes by that i don't worry but you can't let that guy a fourth son by the way has decided to go into tv news it was later jones wbz newsradio 1030 mexico's minister for tourism says marijuana should be legalised in some of the country's popular beach resorts cbs's adrienne bard the idea is to follow the example of some us states and legalize marijuana use in two mexican resort cancun in laos us next because tourism minister suggested such a law might help reduce criminal violence he later clarified these are only his personal views mexico experienced its most violent year and 2017 with more than 25000 drugrelated murders reported to the battle over charles manson's body is going back to court a judge will hear arguments over which california county should decide who gets the remains of the cult leader threeman claim they want to properly berry or dispose of manson's ashes manson passed away three months ago i happy result in a federal identity lawsuit for the owners of grumpy cat wbz's mark mayfield has more grumpy cat's owner is wearing a seven hundred thousand dollars smile a california jury granted the hefty award this week in a federal lawsuit over the unauthorized use of the felines identity courthouse news as a tab of the bunsen of moorestown arizona one the lawsuit against the grenade beverage company and eightmember jury found that the company had use the cats image to sell other products beyond the scope of its original endorsement deal grumpy cat quickly became an internet sensation after bunsen posted pictures of the frowning faced feline online in 2012 mark mayfield wbz newsradio 1030 and before the grammy awards take place on sunday cbs's peter haskell tells us there is a new museum in new jersey dedicated to those have already wind music's highest honour max weinberg.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Jones that the statements made by other women up in attleboro county i'll have much more credibility than the denial chivalry more resign mr president so far president trump has stayed mum on the issue more continues to maintain his innocence and says he's taken steps to begin a civil action for defamation we jiang cbs news capitol hill has now named deliberations for the italian the bribery trial of senator bob menendez and the panel appears no closer to reaching a verdict on the new jersey democrat cbs's peter haskell if you're looking to reach healy there were no leads to re has two days get urea had no communication with the court meaning there are no clues on monday sure syndicated they were at an impasse menendez hopes they know what hunk curious acceptable the jury has there white at any time to communicate with the judge as to questions or as to the status of deliberations this is because seven full day of deliberations house expected to vote thursday it's version of tax reform mean john the senate dealing with potential republican defectors cbs's votes gordon they can only afford to lose two senate republicans and already one of them ron johnson of wisconsin has a new statement out saying that he cannot support the senate plan in its current form because the benefits are too heavily weighted towards large corporations rather than small business and manged susan collins also expressing some doubts about the plan and whether any tax savings for the middle class would be eaten up by higher healthcare cost three ucla basketball players have now been suspended from the team indefinitely after they were accused of shoplifting in china and held for a time before president trump intervene the latest from correspondent steve futterman the three ucla players admitted they took part in shoplifting all three ext sincere remorse and all thank the president lee angelo bowl i'd like to thank president so in the united states government for the help that they provide us as low ucla head coach steve ulfert said the players are suspended indefinitely he's young men are going to have to prove that this isn't who they are the players in ucla officials also apologized to chinese authorities steve futterman cbs news los angeles this year's major league cy young award winners the washington nationals max shares are in the nationally at his second consecutive and in the american league it's cleveland indians skoric lubar he also.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A wall county i'll have much more credibility than the denial who should really more resigned mr president so far president trump has stayed mum on the issue more continues to maintain his innocence and says he's taken steps to begin a civil action for defamation we jiang cbs news capitol hill need has now been a full week of deliberate shortage the jury in the bribery trial of senator bob menendez and the panel of here's no closer to reaching a verdict on the new jersey democrat w cbs's peter haskell if you're looking to retain leave there were no leads to read the past two days did sharia had no communication with the court meaning there are no clues on monday jurors indicated they were at an impasse menendez hopes they know well hung jury is acceptable the jury has a right at any time to communicate with the judge as to questions or as to the status of their deliberations this is the second full day of deliberations house expected to vote thursday on its version of tax reform meantime the senate dealing with potential republican defectors cbs's nancy gortat they can only afford to lose two senate republicans and already one of them ron johnson a constant has a new statement out saying that he cannot support the senate plan in its current form because of the benefits are too heavily weighted towards large corporations rather than small business as usual colin also expressed doubts about the plan and whether any shavings for the middle class would be eaten up by higher healthcare cost three ucla basketball players have now been suspended from the team indefinitely after they were accused of shoplifting in china and held for a time before president trump intervene leaders from correspondent steve futterman the three ucla players admitted they took part in shoplifting all three expressed sincere remorse and all thank the president leandro ball elected president in the united states government for the hope that they provide us as well ucla head coach steve for said the players are suspended indefinitely these young men are going to have to prove that this isn't who they are the players in ucla officials also apologized to chinese authorities steve futterman cbs news los angeles this year's major league cy young award winners the washington nationals max shares are in the nationally his second consecutive and encourage against cleveland indians story kluger he.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A sunny day have with high 66 then some 70s good morning i'm devil all our top stories were watching a tux perry woman was among the victims of the deadly mass shooting at an outdoor country me is a concert in las vegas her family says rondell iraq was attending the concert sunday with her husband and daughter hundreds of people waited in line for hours under the las vegas on yesterday to donate blood for some of the more than five hundred people wounded in a shooting rampage and authorities are still seeking a motive for the attack police i say they found at least ten suitcases filled with guns and the suspects thirty second floor rome at the mandalay bay hotel and casino they also found more weapons in his home about eighty miles from las vegas and president trump travels to puerto rico later this morning to meet with hurricane victims and view the damage am recovery efforts in other news a trial of a man accused of setting off a homemade bomb in manhattan gets off to a rocky start at one point ahmad where he me was escorted from the courtroom after interrupting opening statements w cbs's peter haskell has more on the testimony a 2012 email from ahmad moderate he needs account included in attachment titled the book of jihad a forensic witness linked the document not chairs to the defendants email the to his computer in earlier witnesses describe this september 2016 bomb blast as deafening she told of being temporarily blinded wearing a lightblue buttoneddown shirt ray he needs seemed to tent it the defence toy the jury he is presumed innocent peter hence goal the cbs newsnew york boston police are investigating a shooting that ended in a fiery crash it began around three this morning police say someone fired a shot from a car hitting one person in the leg at the intersection of huntington in exeter streets the car later crash sean shetland straight and roxbury and caught fire one person was arrested four people taken to the hospital the person who was shot is expected to recover general motors says going electric the auto giant unveiling plans to introduce.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They found at least ten suitcases filled with guns in the suspects thirty second floor room at the mandalay bay hotel and casino they also found more weapons in his home about eighty miles from las vegas and president trump travels to puerto rico later this morning to meet with hurricane victims and view the damage m recovery efforts in other news watching a new man is expected to plead guilty later this month to charges last year's crash at it west newton pizza shop that killed two people wbz's carl stevens reports from wilburn superior court after meeting at sidebar with attorneys the judge set the next court date were october twenty servette he'll listen to our arguments fan from the prosecution and defence then issue a sentencing recommendation for bread counselor this is catholic attorney tom gib look unless it something that is the on the pale in terms of what we think is reasonable will probably agree at that point group so at the end of this month as he indicated we do expect broadcast lurk to plead guilty to do coats of motorvehicle home assad removing superior court carl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 boston police are investigating a shooting that ended in a fiery crash it began around three this morning police say someone fired a shot from a car hitting one person in the leg at the intersection of hunting ten in exeter street it's the car later crashed on shetland street and roxbury and caught fire one person was arrested four people taken to the hospital the person who was shot is expected to recover the trial of a man accused of setting off a homemade bomb at manhattan gets off to a rocky start at one point ahmad rahimi was escorted from the courtroom after interrupting opening statements w cbs's peter haskell has more on the testimony a 2012 email from ahmad ring he needs account included in attachment head of the book of jihad a forensic witness linked the document not just to the defendants emailed to his computer in earlier witnesses describe this september twenty six team bombblast as deafening she told of being temporarily blinded wearing a light blue button down shirt regime he me seemed.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"News sign strong opinions news radio one or two point nine karn fm sheridan little rock a cumulus station cbs news i'm bill raikov the justice department says it's ramping up prosecutions of those who given government secrets to reporters more from cbs's mullah langi attorney general jeff sessions issued a warning to wouldbe leakers we will investigate and seek to bring criminals to justice we will not allow rogue anonymous sources with security clearances to sell out our country sessions said there's been a dramatic growth in the number of unauthorized disclosures of classified national security information and pointed to this week's publication of transcripts from the president's kohl's with the leaders of mexico and australia he also said the doj is reviewing guidelines for issuing subpoenas to journalists about their sources socalled pharma bro martin shkreli has been convicted on federal charges that he deceived investors in a pair of failed hedge funds buddies looking at the glass half full at being convicted and only three of the eight counts against ever i think delighted in many ways with this verdict w cbs's peter haskell with more on the charges free counts he was guilty should counts have security fraud one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud he was cleared of the money count and that was effectively robbing peter to pay paul rating his drunk company to pay off investors in a hedge fund that was struggling federal regulators are taking a look at coach getting back on production of some painkillers drug enforcement administration's proposing a twenty percent reduction in the manufacture of some commonly prescribed opioid killers and other controlled substances that proposal comes as regulators in lawmakers take steps to try to limit the supply of opioids the deal with let's become a serious public health issue at cbs's sam litzinger amanda not axes offering her support to a massachusetts woman convicted of manslaughter for encouraging her suicidal boyfriend to take his life in la times oped knocks writes that michelle carter deserves sympathy and help not a jail sentence carter sentenced to fifteen months in jail for the 2014 death of 18yearold conrad worry.

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"peter haskell" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"peter haskell" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"American airlines is honoring an employee celebrating seventy five years with the company w cbs reporter peter haskell with the story for aaa two blackley hold a lover in a white curtains rough painted on the side of the boeing seven seven seven is his name is signature i feel very honoured what they did that to tribute is to celebrate plaquemines seventy five has a mechanic with american he's ninety one half polite work to begin with because if you're likely kit do it's not work really he has no plans to retire peter hence go cbs news new york prosecutors in cincinnati say cop who shot and killed an unarmed black driver during a traffic stop will not be tried a third time juries in two previous trials deadlocked on murder and manslaughter charges against officer ray tensing who was fired after being indicted gary nunn cbs news clear skies for tonight and muggy with a low of seventy four degrees tomorrow mostly sunny high in humid with a high of ninety five i'll be generally clear for tomorrow night the low again of seventy four thursday a good deal of sunshine ramini hot humid knowing up to ninety six degrees accu weather real feel temperatures in the next couple of afternoons exceeding 105 and accu weather i'm meteorologist danielle niddle have you ever been belo have you ever tried at news radio one or two point nine karn we usually don't quote libyan newton john songs but here's the deal news radio one or two point nine karn keeps you informed with the latest news.

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