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Parents sue 28 Penn State frat brothers after son's hazing death

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Parents sue 28 Penn State frat brothers after son's hazing death

"The parents of a young man killed in a two thousand seventeen hazing tragedy has settled a lawsuit against Penn State university. But USA's Chris Barnes reports they filed a new lawsuit in connection with their son's death is death in two thousand seventeen made worldwide headlines after he'd fallen down a flight of stairs. After fraternity members forced him to drink huge amounts of alcohol, then they left him on a couch and didn't call to get treatment for them for about twelve hours. Now, the parents of Timothy Piazza have settled that lawsuit against the university. Terms of it have not been released now, though, they're following a federal wrongful death lawsuit against those twenty eight former fraternity members. There's several of them have already pled guilty to criminal charges related to the hazing death.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The four five day forecast. Coming up in just a few minutes. One person is dead at at least six others hospitalized with injuries after they were struck by a mini van mounted occurred. Thursday night in Chinatown, according to officials the incident occurred near the intersection of canal foresight streets shortly before seven pm, according to police the incident happened after a man was attempting to park. His minivan vehicle went into reverse and struck a fruit stretch stand hitting the seven individuals two of the injured are in serious condition with life threatening injuries to others are in serious condition with non-life threatening injuries in to have minor injuries. The driver remained at the scene investigation. Is continuing. A no arrests have been made. A measure awaiting action in the New Jersey legislature would toughen the penalty for hazing, particularly if the victim is seriously injured KYW's David Madden reports. Remember when Timothy Piazza died last year after a night of drinking and a Penn State house, Pennsylvania recently passed an anti hazing law light of event incident and New Jersey state Senator Kip Bateman wants to follow suit since the Piazza family lives in his Somerset county district. We want to send a message to fraternities. This is unacceptable. We don't wanna live through another tragedy. Right now. He's his considered disorderly conduct and get you a fine in the Garden State under Batman's proposal. A violator could be sentenced up to eighteen months in prison. Three to five years. If someone gets hurt he hopes to get the measure approved and signed into law in short order with.

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Parents, fraternity reach agreement on Penn State hazing death

Sean Hannity

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Parents, fraternity reach agreement on Penn State hazing death

"Children in detention says nothing about a certified teacher, or what's required in the actual quality of education that they expect and one radical way some schools are trying to save money if he time there's a recession UCLA an increase in the number of school districts moving to four day school weeks. The takeaway, we'll be right back after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump's watching his supreme court nominees confirmation. Hearing in the Senate today. Trump says he's pleased with Brett Kavanagh's performance so far. Shaking reporters questions at the White House. Trump also took aim at Bob Woodward's new book that paints broad unflattering picture of the president.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KOMO

"Taking a. Look at KOMO traffic no collisions no. Stalls blocking your way but we. Do have the big revive I five project going onto northbound I, five reduced two lanes through downtown Seattle that is. Already started and it's. Going to continue until five. AM Monday so expect big, delays, northbound, I five through, downtown I'm, John Nelson KOMO news Hello everybody. Good morning to you. Well we're gonna start our day off with a little bit different feel, two things first of all it'd be a lot more clouds kind of hanging around of. Clouds will be building up later in the day we're looking at chance. Of some showers, might even, have an isolated thunder shower before we're, all finished here so. Pretty big changes. Now the temperatures are still going. To be, somewhere in the low seventies, but that's much cooler than what we've. Been going through over the last. Week or so I guess it's kinda to have a break in, the KOMO weather center I'm Steve pool KOMO news. One thousand and FM. Ninety seven seven welcome back. To perspective I'm Cheri Preston A former Penn. State fraternity brothers, sentenced in the death of, a young pledge during a hazing ritual the punishment just a small, step, in one family's, fight, to get, Justice for their. Son and save the lives of others like. Him with more here's ABC's Dan Harris a grief stricken. Family, sending. A message hopefully this. Sentence, is a deterrent to other people that's really what it needs to be the. First sentence handed, down in the case related to, the death of their nineteen year old son Penn State student Timothy Piazza in. What has become one of the largest hazing prosecutions ever new details about that Penn State sophomore who died. During now hall.

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Senate Intel probes experts on election interference amid renewed concerns of 2018

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Senate Intel probes experts on election interference amid renewed concerns of 2018

"Said to contain the remains of fifty five, Americans last week the war dead or being, transferred to Hawaii where the former process of identification will. Begin vice President Mike Pence will be on hand to receive them. In a statement Pence noted that he is the son of, a Korean war combat veteran and, called this. Occasion deeply humbling two US senators are introducing a Bill that would require the census to ask Americans about their sexual orientation. And gender identity Brian shook. Reports on that the, democratic Senator say having that data would help the federal government provide better services for the LGBTQ community, senators, Kamala Harris California and Tom Carper of Delaware introduced the. Census equality act it would require those questions be included in the long questionnaire That goes to, about one in every thirty eight households by. The twenty thirty census Brian shook NBC News Radio and social media experts will brief the Senate intelligence committee, today on the latest foreign influence operations aimed, at midterm elections the open hearing will focus on how. Foreign intelligence agencies are using social media platforms to conduct influence on. Campaigns today's hearing comes a day after Facebook told congress the, social media giant has removed more, than thirty. Fake pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram Facebook said it moved after determining the fake accounts and pages were engaged in. Political efforts to influence the. November election sentence in, the hazing story a former Penn State university fraternity brother getting three months of house arrest for his, role, in the 2017 seventeen hazing death of a pledge Ryan. Burke was sentenced yesterday after pleading guilty to nine misdemeanor charges In the death of. Timothy Piazza the nineteen year old pledge was ordered to drink alcohol fell repeatedly including wants down the stairs he injured his brain ruptured his spleen, Burke is the first to be sentenced, in that case the other twenty five defendants all pled not guilty and are, awaiting trial in February. It is six twenty five at k. SRO let's check your traffic Tom Scott the story on, that yeah we've. Got the usual soul going.

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Penn State frat member gets house arrest over pledge death

WBZ Afternoon News

03:38 min | 2 years ago

Penn State frat member gets house arrest over pledge death

"Together every. Ten minutes next. Up in five minutes here on WBZ good afternoon I'm Jeff Brown Facebook says it has disrupted a sophisticated, effort to influence the two thousand eighteen midterm elections opening statements. Today and, the tax evasion and Bank fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman. Paul Manafort and a man accused of wounding to foul police officers pleads. Not guilty from his hospital bed. And is ordered held without bail it's a win on Wall Street as Bloomberg reports the United States and. China may try to jump start trade talks mills per Milbury berries police chief meets with some high school students. And their parents hoping the meeting will serve as, a teachable moment WBZ's. Mike Macklin tells us what prompted To get together the online message. Containing a racial slur was posted, in a chat room on Instagram by Milford high student several. Other students were in the online conversation then another student not in on the chat act into it took. A screen shot of the slur, and said that to yet another student millbury police shaved onto source. Brought all the students and their parents in for a Frank conversation the group that I needed. To talk. With I think. We did we try to anyway hopefully we made some headway we deal with so much negative that okay, let's take this rotten thing and let's maybe twenty make something. Positive out, of none of the girls will be charged the chief says it. Did not amount to a hate crime but he hopes it serves as. A lesson to all about what's. Not acceptable Mike Macklin WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty it's three months house arrest and that's the sentence for Ryan. Burke he is a former Penn State frat brother who pleaded guilty in the death of a pledge last year. Burke is the first of several defendants To. Be sentenced in the death of Timothy Piazza he died from, injuries after falling down flight of stairs during a night of heavy drinking during his initiation Burke is one, of more than twenty members of the now closed beta Theta pi. Fraternity to face criminal charges in connection to. The February two thousand. Seventeen death fire crews. Are coming from all over. The United States to help battle seventeen, blazes, burning in California CBS's Steve. Futterman is in reading where the largest the so-called car fire has burned thousands upon thousands. Of acres but he says there has been progress this fire, is still burning it's now consumed one hundred ten thousand acres but now it's, moving mostly into non residential areas. It's not threatening that many. Homes and it's now also twenty seven. Percent contained that means fire crews, have established a perimeter around twenty seven percent of this fire. Which they believe will hold the wildfires had Calif You have already claimed eight lives including two firefighters WBZ news time five twenty one a parking. Garage outside Dallas collapses that sends vehicles and rubble under the floors below officials say nearly two dozen vehicles were damaged but no one was hurt no word on a cause, of that collapse well tomorrow is August I and it's not too soon. To start thinking or. Even doing some back to school shopping believe it or not CBS MoneyWatch correspondent Diane king hall recommends. If you do that leave the kids home if, you want to save some money say they save time but, it's been more money when they bring. Their children along for back. To school shopping according to, a recent survey, by city retail services parents on average spend about. Three hundred twenty two dollars per child on back to school supplies ranging from close to..

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First guilty plea in Penn State frat death

First Morning News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

First guilty plea in Penn State frat death

"Year on the horrific grenfell apartment block fire still haunts britain more from correspondent tom rivers survivors and bereaved families here are marking the first anime three of the fire that destroyed a residential high rise in west london killing seventy two the memories painful infotel turned our lives upside down but we are doers i mean we have to live with trauma and and trying to keep strong bring back memories we saw for scheming and show in in every kind of blind rich it was the greatest loss of life in a fire on british soil since world war two the demand for answers goes on tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk of first guilty plea among the more than two dozen students accused in the death of penn state fraternity pledge tim piazza last year correspondent markle remmel argh reports twenty one year old ryan burke pleading guilty to four counts of hazing and five counts of alcohol violations stemming from a two thousand seventeen hazing incident at the now defunct beta theta pi fraternity that left nineteen year old timothy piazza dead a statement from the commonwealth's attorney general's office says burke admitted to his role in a gauntlet of drinking games and following that prosecutors say he walked around with a bottle of vodka and gave drinks to underage pledges including piazza burke will be sentenced on july thirty first mark remillard abc news it's time for your weather with ray stagich i'm excited because it's going to be good news he's bringing us it may even last through the weekend ray much better weather now settling anna was four hundred seven inch of rain yesterday seventy eight degrees and that didn't happen until yesterday evening now will continue to see the mild weather in already mild this morning some of us are actually hovering around seventy degrees mostly sunny later in a comfortable eighty four tonight clear sixty to fifty suburbs a few clouds around on friday just slightly cooler seventy six saturday plenty of sunshine eightyfive sunday a mix of clouds and sunshine eighty six maybe into the mid nineties by monday i'm meteorologist ray stagich a weather channel seven ten w mark simone if you look at the president's schedule a meeting with the cabinet meeting with these agriculture kim kardashian was there to talk about prison reform mr new york mark simone these always a headline ahead to deal noon seven ten.

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Judge sends 11 more Penn State frat members to trial over pledge's death

Howie Carr

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Judge sends 11 more Penn State frat members to trial over pledge's death

"Bill white house spokeswoman sarah sanders that we would take advice from somebody who created what the president seems to be one of the worst deals ever made president has long criticized the deal and despite pressure from european allies against doing so has signal he will withdraw the white house responding after new team trump attorney rudy giuliani over the weekend suggested it's possible the president may have paid hush money to other women again the spokeswoman sanders not aware of any other activities i would refer you to rudy giuliani to respond to any of those questions are buddy else on the president's outside castle spokeswoman insists even if it did happen it's not illegal george zimmerman is in trouble again he's charged with misdemeanor stalking in florida allegedly threatening and harassing a private investigator in december of two thousand seventeen zimmerman to be in court in sanford florida may thirtieth a judge in pennsylvania has tossed out more charges against several penn state university fraternity members accused in last year's death of a pledge a magistrate judge dismissing charges of reckless endangerment against five former beta theta pi members stemming from the death of nineteen year old pledge timothy piazza it's the latest setback for prosecutors who had previously had involuntary manslaughter and assault charges thrown out the judge did allow hazing and alcohol violations for eleven frat brothers to move forward one member braxton becker had all his charges dismissed he was facing tampering obstruction and hindering apprehension after prosecutors argued unsuccessfully that he had deleted surveillance footage mark remillard abc news on wall street was an update the dow jones industrial average climbing ninety five points the nasdaq gaining fifty six you're listening to abc news when you're hiring you don't want to sort through dozens of irrelevant resumes you wanted to.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"The debt hotline so we are following this breaking news story this is out of bucks county pennsylvania where a large crime scene has been set up around a home in a nice quiet tree lined neighborhood after two bodies were found inside so the da confirming this multiple police townships investigating this is happening on kitty night drive in north hampton township church ville no word on how these victims died we're told it's a man and a woman about thirty years old police say they've set up a multiple units as well as a large mobile command center on the scene as police investigate pennsylvania's attorney general josh shapiro calling out a judge to reinstate those involuntary manslaughter charges against five students who are former penn state fraternity members they were once arrested in pledges hazing related death last you remember the tragic case of nineteen year old timothy piazza will now josh shapiro today holding another news conference saying these guys were complicit and they need to be charged these charges need to be reinstated with involuntary manslaughter so we'll continue to follow that and a wandering bear with a pension for taking long naps and big tall trees captured just this afternoon about an hour or two ago after nearly thirty how searched for this big bear through new jersey backyards and choppers caught at fence hopping kind of made a trip near school would walk through backyards and go up to a front door then go up in the tree so anyway they were able to tranquilize it while it was napping in a tree and now they're safely moving the big bear to a more remote spot eyewitness weather let's check in with meteorologist katie fehlinger and skies remain all clear heading toward the evening and through the overnight as well pretty mild out there overnight to only fifty eight the low far milder than it was this morning tomorrow we're back to sunshine a hot and it's still breezy day.

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Theta Tau fraternity at Syracuse suspended after racist videos revealed

24 hour News

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Theta Tau fraternity at Syracuse suspended after racist videos revealed

"Was important it was reportedly posted on his secret facebook page by theta tau a coed engineering fraternity with over forty thousand members nationwide syracuse chancellor kent civil route suspended the group on wednesday and called the fraternities behavior extremely racist antisemitic homophobic sexist and hostile to people with disabilities they are doc representative as students protest a national official for the fraternity called their members actions disgraceful but described the video as a parody skit or roast of the active brothers by a pledge class they say they still does not excuse the behavior this is at least the sixth race related suspension at a fraternity since twenty fifteen including suspensions at the university of oklahoma cornell and just last week at a state school in california but it's not just racism that has fraternities in trouble four people died in hazing incident said a fraternities in two thousand seventeen alone including the high profile case of timothy piazza at penn state university and of course allegations of rape and sexual assault have also resulted in recent fraternity suspensions at school officials crackdown at syracuse school investigators are working to identify the individuals in these videos jeff the facebook page where they were posted has already been taken down twenty appreciate that will stay on this story here infants makes history in the senate it doesn't matter how it started it doesn't matter whose fault it.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Pedal hatred it's not feminists it's not feminist where group straggling get against racism and antisemitism i meet members of a new group made up of jewish catholic and muslim women they say new approach is needed muslims samya saba says women can help change attitudes by reaching out to other women in the disadvantaged muslim neighborhoods where casual antisemitism is common so we have to kate in the school but also in the families and if we had mother and women to educate their children for tolerance and respect is abu says they recently took a group of muslim women and mothers to auschwitz they plan to take another group next year eleanor beardsley pr news paris a judge is throwing out some of the most serious charges against a group of penn state fraternity members those charges stem from a night of hazing and heavy drinking that night ended with the death of a fraternity pledge npr's jeff brady has the story prosecutors say nineteen year old pledge timothy piazza was served eighteen drinks at the frat house in just under an hour and a half security cameras recorded much of the night's events piazza fell down a flight of stairs twice and prosecutors say fraternity brothers didn't call for help right away piazza died later at a hospital from severe head and abdominal injuries now a pennsylvania judge has thrown out some of the most serious counts filed against eleven fraternity brothers but charges shouldn't have been filed in the first place attorney leonard ambrose represents one of the fraternity brothers joseph sailor performer former district attorney filed charges of felony aggravated assault manslaughter in a home host of other offenses that were all dismissed that was last september the prosecutor refiled the charges and now they've been dismissed again pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro took over the case when the original prosecutor lost her reelection bid shapiro says he's disappointed by the judge's decision and is assessing legal options this is not the end of the case the accused could still face jail time if found guilty of other crimes such as hazing and furnishing alcohol to minors tom kline is an attorney representing timothy piazza family in the meantime twenty six individuals face five hundred sixty counts and the piazza family is wholeheartedly behind the prosecution not for the sake of.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Half security cameras recorded much of the night's events piazza fell down a flight of stairs twice and prosecutors say fraternity brothers didn't call for help right away piazza died later at a hospital from severe head and abdominal injuries now a pennsylvania judge has thrown out some of the most serious counts filed against eleven fraternity brothers but charges shouldn't have been filed in the first place attorney leonard ambrose represents one of the fraternity brothers joseph sailor a former district attorney filed charges of felony aggravated assault manslaughter in host of other offenses that were all dismissed that was last september the prosecutor refiled the charges and now they've been dismissed again pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro took over the case when the original prosecutor lost her reelection bid shapiro says he's disappointed by the judge's decision and is assessing legal options this is not the end of the case the accused could still face jail time found guilty of other crimes such as hazing and furnishing alcohol to minors tom kline is an attorney representing timothy piazza family in the meantime twenty six individuals face five hundred sixty counts and the piazza family is wholeheartedly behind the prosecution not for the sake of punishment only but for deterrence they want to see that this never happens again the piazza's are working with families of other hazing victims around the country to push for new and stricter laws aimed at preventing hazing jeffrey npr news philadelphia coming up later this afternoon on all things considered the department of veterans affairs wants to cut down on the use of powerful pills for managing pain so the agency has taken a sharp turn toward alternative medicine to hear that story and.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Severe head and abdominal injuries now a pennsylvania judge has thrown out some of the most serious counts filed against eleven fraternity brothers but charges shouldn't have been filed in the first place attorney leonard ambrose represents one of the fraternity brothers joseph sailor the former district attorney filed charges of felony aggravated assault manslaughter in a host of other offenses that were all dismissed that was last september the prosecutor refile the charges and now they've been dismissed again pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro took over the case when the original prosecutor lost her reelection bid shapiro says he's disappointed by the judge's decision and is assessing legal options this is not the end of the case the accused could still face jail time found guilty of other crimes such as hazing and furnishing alcohol to minors tom kline is an attorney representing timothy piazza family in the meantime twenty six individual face five hundred sixty counts and the piazza family is wholeheartedly behind the prosecution nas for the sake of punishment on like but for deterrence they want to see that this never happens again the piazza's are working with families of other hazing victims around the country to push for new and stricter laws aimed at preventing hazing jeffrey npr news philadelphia coming up later this afternoon on all things considered the department of veterans affairs wants to cut down on the use of powerful pills for managing pain so the agency has taken a sharp turn toward alternative medicine to hear that story and more ask.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To politicians who came out to the march were booed and had to leave gianluca mental sean from the far left who speaks critically of israel and marine le pen whose national front party has anti semitic roots people here say both politicians are divisive and pedal hatred it's not feminists feminist where group straggling get against racism and antisemitism i meet members of a new group made up of jewish catholic muslim women they say a new approach is needed muslim samya saba says women can help change attitudes by reaching out to other women in the disadvantaged muslim neighborhoods where casual antisemitism is common so we have to educate in the school but also in the families and if we had mother and women to educate their children for tolerance and respect saba says they recently took a group of muslim women and mothers to auschwitz they plan to take another group next year eleanor beardsley in pr news paris a judge is throwing out some of the most serious charges against a group of penn state fraternity members those charges stem from a night of hazing and heavy drinking that night ended with the death of a fraternity pledge npr's jeff brady has the story prosecutors say nineteen year old pledge timothy piazza was served eighteen drinks at the pratt house in just under an hour and a half security cameras recorded much of the night's events piazza fell down a flight of stairs twice and prosecutors say fraternity brothers didn't call for help right away piazza died later at a hospital from.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Chilling new video of the gunman behind the two thousand sixteen florida nightclub massacre prosecutors say shows him scoping out his original target walt disney world dough mar martinez see walking around the disney springs complex in orlando the surveillance video was released in the trial of his wife nora salman he seen standing near the house of blues club looking at police officers nearby and then leaving hours later police say he shot and killed forty nine people in the pulse nightclub his wife is now on trial accused of helping him with the attack which she denies eleven penn state fraternity brothers charged in the hazing related death of a pledge will not face involuntary manslaughter charges nineteen year old timothy piazza suffered fatal injuries in an alcohol fueled ceremony at the frat house last year today judge throughout nearly three hundred total counts but allowed some alcohol and hazing related charges to stand cruiser cleaning up the mess of the chart fiery crash at a toll booth on a new hampshire highway two lanes to be closed for hours afterwards transportation officials say the vehicle is driving fast when it rolled over and then caught fire that driver was killed there was no one in the toll booth at the time and no one else was hurt the cause of the crash now under investigation coming up under siege after days of bad news facebook makes a major changes but will it be enough to stop the wave of people unfriendliness site the confusion over strength training for kids why hawaii medical experts say it's okay to start em young see something you wanna share with hawaii news now posted on social media using the hashtag h n n follow us on facebook twitter instagram and snapchat stuck in traffic we've got the answer preppy continues to fit on the h one going west from town but the one lewis still backed up to middle street you have the choice take the airport viaduct the pace is better after the halava merge too and you'll be back to the speed limit by the time you get to the h one h two split kamehameha highway westbound has cleared out all the way from the airport toco motto at the leeward coast farrington is also clearing it slows now after the.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Nearly five thousand pounds of supplies are on the way to the international space station thanks to the private launch company space x from member station wmal pnr lando brendan burn says it's the first time nasa is using our recycled rocket and capsule to ship cargo to the station this rocket has now lofted supplies to the station twice earlier this summer the booster sent a cargo capsule called dragon to the iss less than ten minutes after liftoff spacex landed the booster back at cape canaveral the booster was refurbished in prepped for another launch an yet again shortly after liftoff space x landed the booster the cargo capsule launch is also it space x likes to call flight proven it made a trip to the iss back in 2015 space x hopes to lower the cost of access to space by reusing parts of the rocket so far the private company has landed twenty boosters nasa pays private companies like space x to ship supplies to the iss for npr news i'm brendan burn this is npr our a pennsylvania grand jury report says penn state officials should have done more to prevent the death of 19 yearold fraternity pledge last february npr's jim brady reports the grand jury also recommends stiffer penalties for people convicted of hazing penn state sophomore timothy piazza died after alcoholfuelled hazing rituals at beta theta pi fraternity penn state responded with a series of strict new policies including party monitors who worked for the school instead of the student run fraternity council center county district attorney stacy parks miller says the grand jury ones penn state to do even more or consider banning alcohol the grand jury calls upon the general assembly and especially the majority leader from senator county to enact legislation and we wanna call tim's law parks miller says the grand jury believe some penalties for hazing should be felonies instead of just misdemeanors jeff brady npr news stay college pennsylvania defense secretary james mattis said friday that north korea's latest missile test did not demonstrate.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"First three peter king cbs news orlando new video evidence that led to more than one hundred fifty new charges in the death of the penn state student after an alleged hazing ritual five fraternity brothers are now charged with felony and timothy piazza's death a total of 26 face criminal charges tim's parents jim and evelyn piazza what does it mean to you have new charges filed and had that video be recovered wire and carrying cover just current shows the titled windsurf at one arm of house like they could get away with it his life mattered it should have mattered to all of them prosecutors filed more than one hundred fifty new charges monday including involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault to hazing and furnishing alcohol to minors that's reporter ana werner outside the fraternity house in state college pennsylvania authorities say a twelve year old indiana girl suffered bite wounds on most of her body when she was attacked by one hundred forty pound dog michigan city police say that the only parts of winter morgan's body not wounded in the bull mastiffs attack or her left leg and her face winter has already undergone three surgeries and is now facing a fourth this week she was attacked issue was walking to school it she ran into a mobile home to escape the giant dog but it followed her inside an officer was able to lock the dog and another room with the help of neighbours the bull mastiffs is in quarantine pending a decision on its fate a criminal investigation is now on going wwl news time is now 1035 attorney general jeff sessions expected to face tough questions on russia during an appearance before the house judiciary committee a show that he was told about meetings between trump campaign aides and russian interests cbs news correspondent paula reid has more sessions has developed a habit there there seems to me a powder here of him specifically seeming to forget any of these russian contacts so he's made his life very difficult by initially not disclosing his contacts with the russian ambassador during his confirmation hearing and here today he is set up once again to have to address these inconsistent statements george proper dopoulos has said that he brought up meetings with russian officials during earlier meetings in the trump campaign which he says sessions immediately put down.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KOIL

"News dog twelve julianne hough months and months and months often and that can be very dispiriting tell white house because they're trying to get something done and they're constantly having to worry about this investigation and i think that's likely to go on for a long time the report from cnn says is charges have been brought against at least one person no apparent smoking gun in the thousands of files released by the national archives related to the jfk assassination thousands of documents sh have still been withheld over national security concerns stoking conspiracy theories president trump has promised said quote in the end there will be great transparency in tennessee today to white nationalist rallies her skin all the nets god police out in full force ahead of time abc's brent now is in shelbyville were anti protesters were also on the scene early the anti protesters here today that these rally members are here to show hate in the end i protest you're out you're saying that hey you know we're out here to denounce the hate them show that you know love conquers all prosecutors in pennsylvania moving to reinstate most of the charges against members of the beta theta pi fraternity alleged to be involved in the death of pledge timothy piazza abc's eva pilgrim nineteen year old timothy piazza lay inside a pen think fred house for hours with a fractured skull damage spleen and several other injuries as a result of the hazing ritual and prosecutor saying if someone had called for help his life could have been say touch judge had previously dismissed charges against several fraternity members this.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On the issues with the lawyers are set for the coming weeks anc leonard kfi new a police officer in utah who arrested a new for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient has been put on administrative leave the arrest in late july was recorded on officers body cameras it happened despite nurse alex wobbles explaining the hospitals policy on drawing blood four police our iraq none of those things applied wobbles was later released a no charges were filed a prosecutor has asked foreign investigation of the officer the police chief has called the video very alarming prosecutor in pennsylvania social trying to have involuntary manslaughter charges reinstated against members of a fraternity of penn state for the death of a pledge abc's lindsey janice says a judge throughout the most serious counts but ordered the fraternity and twelve members to stand trial on a range of lesser charges prosecutors say table punished for their alleged roles and the death of timothy piazza that defence laywers say this was an accident arose young men have no criminal intent piazza fell down a flight of stairs after an alcohol related hazing ritual at the fried house mysterious black smoke has poured out of the chimney at the russian consulate in san francisco abc's alex stone says workers inside maybe burning classified documents before they take off the san francisco consulate is russia's oldest in the us and it has to be closed by this week candiates believed it's also one of russia's most important because of its proximity to the silicon valley a us government ordered the consulate to be closed amid rising tensions between the two countries stone says analysts believe the venue may be a hub for russia's corporate espionage and hacking efforts traffic from the helpful socal.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The fourday wbz accuweather forecast clear and the window die down tonight temperatures listen to this fifty two in boston near fifty in some of the other uh urban areas like global lawrence bush stirred cetera although might be a little bit cooler and worcester and some of the places out there we'll get down into the 30's tonight the low lying areas sunny day tomorrow temperatures near seventy four degrees sunday rain in the morning showers in the afternoon a high will be about seventy and labor day looks good sunny nice wind and highs near eighty on labor day right now it's sixty five in boston on wall street this first day of september the dow closed up thirty nine point twenty one thousand nine eighty seven another record for the nasdaq today up six points at sixty four thirty five and the sp 500 was up five at twenty four seventy six a judge today dramatically scaledback the case against penn state fraternity brothers in the hazing death of a pledge charges of involuntary manslaughter and felony assaults were thrown out here's jim axelrod former fred brothers let the courthouse absorbing the stunning news the most serious charges had been dismissed fourteen of them still face misdemeanours including alcohol an easing charges i just feel relieved a former beta theta pi brother joe adams had his reckless endangerment charge dropped altogether people need to understand is that this was the terrible terrible tragedy and that's what it was there was no malice and criminal to be on my part rudd leave on my friends marks it was west february second when nineteen year old penn state sophomore timothy piazza was at the fred house for a pledge of prosecutors argue piazza was forced to drink massive amounts of alcohol surveillance video shows aisa repeatedly fully passing out and tumbling headfirst down a flight of stairs noone called 911 for hours the headlines you're going to be most serious charges dropped headline is wrong if that's the headline the pierre has a fairly lawyer tom kline and ten p as his parents say the important thing is that beta theta pi brothers will stand trial i'm looking forward to see you know the trial and and whatever else comes out of the investigation really facing facing charges and that's important here that's important why because we need to put a stop to it it has no place great life sports march loans it just has more place it's it's torture it's.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To the tax that the fight between the defense attorney and the prosecution from what i understand this is where they're they're trying to determine whether they have enough evidence to go to trial and the text messages as in front of the judge text is all new this is a new form of evidence in the aaron hernandez trial they didn't even allow some of the text send the judge said no so in this situation do you when you go in front of a judge brian in and i'm be interested to know your opinion do you think that you should see the text from beginning to do if you just so one the totality great big called the completeness darth vader do one part of the spring i think that you have the right to do it all and easily retake it out of context exact and that's what's happening here cannoned in this stream of tax if you look at one text by the defense attorneys are saying if you look at the whole stream you're gonna see that these kids aren't necessarily the animals that the media is on the outside of the went to trial let them all komen ray i think they said i agree of judge will let them exploited away i don't think it's going to be good for eighteen of them facing charges right now in the death of 19 yearold timothy piazza and again piazza died after falling down a flight of basement steps in the beta the pi for fraud house after i have united drinking according to authorities and who's a kid the you know they basically nobody attended to any fell several times supposedly from a couch and then they even propped him up there to make sure that he would stop rolling off the you're on some of the tax he looked death and dead one time next read another text read from a fraternity brother i think we're eft like beyond eft you know i don't want to go to jail hazing is a huge thing another text said so these are out there but like you guys are saying that tax she'd be from beginning to end is for all as going on in.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Another federal appeals court says the president trump's revised travel ban is illegal the decision by a threejudge panel of the ninth circuit upholds an injunction against the ban on travel from six majoritymuslim nations the matter is still pending before the us supreme court judge attorneys and the fraternity numbers facing charges surrounding the death of penn state sophomore timothy piazza watched hours of video footage in a preliminary hearing on monday emily reading from member station wpro accu reports that the judge ordered a continuance as the trial lasted nearly eleven hours sixteen fraternity brothers and their lawyers overflowed into the gallery of the courtroom timothy piazza his parents left before play of the surveillance video the detective named fraternity members as they hinted paeans of vodka and beer carried him by his arms and legs after an offcamera fall down a flight of stairs and after they found him cold in the morning as they waited another forty one minutes before calling police this centre county da stacy parks miller also introduced scores of text messages from previous years hazings than they did it before over and over again and people were sick every time so they cannot say it's the first time we did this we didn't know how disasters that would be the judge will schedule a date soon to finish the preliminary hearing for npr news i'm emily ready and state college and professional basketball the golden state warriors have defeated the cleveland cavaliers one twenty nine to one twenty to win the championship to rant scored thirty nine points and stephane perry added thirty four to help lead the warriors to their second nba title in three years this is npr news.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"She sat unflinchingly showing no emotion while the defense gave a fiery closing argument cosby's attorney acknowledge the cosby was an adulterer but argued he was not a criminal only angels are in heaven he told jurors at one point gesturing to mrs cosby shouting she deserve better when the lead defense attorney face the jury and asked if something like this happened to you would you ever forget that a female juror sitting in the back row nodded her head in agreement across the courtroom andrea constant the woman at the heart of this trial who accuses cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her in two thousand four then it was the prosecutors turn he told jurors that cosby took what was not his reminding them of cosby's own words in a deposition where he admitted to obtain equate loots prior to sexual encounters with women the da told jurors that any inconsistencies and constanze statements were because she spent more time trying to forget what happened rather than trying to remember so let's going to windsor davis live at the courthouse denied and lindsey the jury has already started deliberating yes the jury his justice started deliberations and the judge has already planned to order dinner so this could be a very long night if convicted me faces up to ten years for each of the three counts and the da's office has already saying that they would immediately asked for him to be incarcerated david with was standing by at the courthouse forest lindsey thank you in the meantime next to the trial unbolting eighteen former fraternity brothers of penn state facing charges in the death of a pledge after a night of heavy drinking that pledge fell down the stairs and then later died fellowstudents waiting nearly twelve hours before calling for help today the prosecution showing surveillance video of the student of the last hours of timothy piazza life.

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"timothy piazza" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"timothy piazza" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"In charlotte president trump tweeting today about former fbi director james comey alleging that his leaks quote we'll be far more prevalent than any one ever thought possible and then ending totally illegal very cowardly colmey testified to the senate thursday that he had asked a friend to reach out to the media to tell them about memos he wrote after private meetings with president trump j secular oh a member of president trump's legal team was on abc's this week with george stephanopoulos today i think that the unusual situation here this is unprecedented in history because that this the former executive a warmer fbi director was the source of a leak more than a dozen members of a nowbanned penn state fraternity accused in the death of pledge timothy piazza are heading to court tomorrow they'll have a hearing that will present video surveillance evidence abc's ill either pilgrim reports nineteen year old timothy piazza died after falling headfirst down the stairs of the beta theta pi i fraternity house this task february the fraternity brothers accused of waiting nearly twelve hours before calling for help monday eighteen members of the now banned fraternity are due in court eight facing charges of involuntary manslaughter and assault a judge decided if there is enough evidence for the case to go to trial penn state has added new restrictions for all greek organisations after that tragedy and equality march for unity and pride will be held in i ward park in charlotte today at twelve the marches to support uplift and help.

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