The Latest: Cosby accuser thanks prosecutors after mistrial - KULR8.com | Local News, Weather & Sports | Billings, MT

The Latest: Cosby accuser thanks prosecutors after mistrial

Posted: Updated:

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Bill Cosby's chief accuser is thanking prosecutors for taking her case after a jury failed to agree on a verdict.
    
Lawyers for Andrea Constand issued a statement on her behalf Saturday. It says the trial has "given a voice to the many victims who felt powerless and silenced."
    
Constand accuses the 79-year-old entertainer of drugging and molesting her at his Philadelphia-area home in 2004. He says it was consensual.
    
The judge declared a mistrial after jurors deadlocked on the charges after six days.
    
Prosecutors say they plan to try Cosby again.
    
Cosby will remain free on $1 million bail.

__

(Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

  • LocalMore>>

  • Healthy ways to reduce stress

    Healthy ways to reduce stress

    Thursday, June 22 2017 1:39 PM EDT2017-06-22 17:39:37 GMT

    Deadlines, family commitments, and bills. Put it together and you can create a highly stressful stew.

    But, it's not necessarily a bad thing when stress builds... It's how you manage that stress that determines whether or not you are making healthy choices. 

    Deadlines, family commitments, and bills. Put it together and you can create a highly stressful stew.

    But, it's not necessarily a bad thing when stress builds... It's how you manage that stress that determines whether or not you are making healthy choices. 

  • Read proposed GOP Health Care Bill

    Read proposed GOP Health Care Bill

    Thursday, June 22 2017 12:05 PM EDT2017-06-22 16:05:00 GMT

    GOP unveils proposed health care bill to replace Affordable Care Act.

    GOP unveils proposed health care bill to replace Affordable Care Act.

  • Grizzlies in Park County landfill

    Grizzlies in Park County landfill

    Thursday, June 22 2017 1:32 AM EDT2017-06-22 05:32:42 GMT
    Park County’s commissioners say they won’t give money to stop attracting bears to the county landfill, until environmentalists give money to the project. That was their answer to a request for $7000 to help build an electric fence around the only Yellowstone area landfill in occupied grizzly bear habitat. Two conservative hunting organizations have already pledged to help. Wyoming’s Game and Fish department has trapped five grizzly bears that came here in searc...
    Park County’s commissioners say they won’t give money to stop attracting bears to the county landfill, until environmentalists give money to the project. That was their answer to a request for $7000 to help build an electric fence around the only Yellowstone area landfill in occupied grizzly bear habitat. Two conservative hunting organizations have already pledged to help. Wyoming’s Game and Fish department has trapped five grizzly bears that came here in searc...
  • Most Popular

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Community comes together to support student after motorcycle crash

    Thursday, June 22 2017 12:43 AM EDT2017-06-22 04:43:08 GMT

    A well known athlete and student at Red Lodge High School is in critical condition after a motorcycle crash Tuesday afternoon. 

    A well known athlete and student at Red Lodge High School is in critical condition after a motorcycle crash Tuesday afternoon. 

  • Video: Microburst wreaks havoc on fireworks stands in Shepherd

    Video: Microburst wreaks havoc on fireworks stands in Shepherd

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 8:12 PM EDT2017-06-22 00:12:55 GMT

    Many are talking about the wild weather that hit our area Tuesday night, specifically in Shepherd, where residents say a microburst rolled through their town.

    Many are talking about the wild weather that hit our area Tuesday night, specifically in Shepherd, where residents say a microburst rolled through their town.

  • Grizzlies in Park County landfill

    Grizzlies in Park County landfill

    Thursday, June 22 2017 1:32 AM EDT2017-06-22 05:32:42 GMT
    Park County’s commissioners say they won’t give money to stop attracting bears to the county landfill, until environmentalists give money to the project. That was their answer to a request for $7000 to help build an electric fence around the only Yellowstone area landfill in occupied grizzly bear habitat. Two conservative hunting organizations have already pledged to help. Wyoming’s Game and Fish department has trapped five grizzly bears that came here in searc...
    Park County’s commissioners say they won’t give money to stop attracting bears to the county landfill, until environmentalists give money to the project. That was their answer to a request for $7000 to help build an electric fence around the only Yellowstone area landfill in occupied grizzly bear habitat. Two conservative hunting organizations have already pledged to help. Wyoming’s Game and Fish department has trapped five grizzly bears that came here in searc...
  • Read proposed GOP Health Care Bill

    Read proposed GOP Health Care Bill

    Thursday, June 22 2017 12:05 PM EDT2017-06-22 16:05:00 GMT

    GOP unveils proposed health care bill to replace Affordable Care Act.

    GOP unveils proposed health care bill to replace Affordable Care Act.

  • Montana jumps on the food truck wagon with booming success

    Montana jumps on the food truck wagon with booming success

    Thursday, June 22 2017 10:39 AM EDT2017-06-22 14:39:01 GMT
    The food truck trend that started a few years ago is quickly gaining popularity across Montana, proving that this is a fad that's here to stay. By offering options beyond the sit-down scene, it's become the fastest-growing channel in today's food service industry, growing from $650 million to $2.7 billion in five years. Each year, hundreds of people eat the affordable specialty food served out of food trucks that line the streets of downtown on the weekends, cater even...
    The food truck trend that started a few years ago is quickly gaining popularity across Montana, proving that this is a fad that's here to stay. By offering options beyond the sit-down scene, it's become the fastest-growing channel in today's food service industry, growing from $650 million to $2.7 billion in five years. Each year, hundreds of people eat the affordable specialty food served out of food trucks that line the streets of downtown on the weekends, cater even...
  • Motorhome crashes in Laurel, affecting morning commute

    Motorhome crashes in Laurel, affecting morning commute

    Tuesday, June 20 2017 9:52 AM EDT2017-06-20 13:52:03 GMT
    A motorhome crashes in Laurel, prompting the closure of northbound lanes on Highway 212/S 1st Ave under the I-90 overpass. Montana Highway Patrol says the crash happened around 3:30 Tuesday morning when a motorhome traveling on the interstate westbound drove through the median on I-90, crashing under the interstate overpass in Laurel. MHP says the motorhome veered off the interstate just after exit 434. Two people were seriously injured in the crash. Trooper David Munson says one pe...
    A motorhome crashes in Laurel, prompting the closure of northbound lanes on Highway 212/S 1st Ave under the I-90 overpass. Montana Highway Patrol says the crash happened around 3:30 Tuesday morning when a motorhome traveling on the interstate westbound drove through the median on I-90, crashing under the interstate overpass in Laurel. MHP says the motorhome veered off the interstate just after exit 434. Two people were seriously injured in the crash. Trooper David Munson says one pe...
  • Local woman shares 11 years of hosting more than 50 Minor League Baseball players for the season, and how you can too

    Local woman shares 11 years of hosting more than 50 Minor League Baseball players for the season, and how you can too

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 9:59 PM EDT2017-06-22 01:59:10 GMT

    One local woman shares her rewarding experience playing host to transplanted Minor League Baseball athletes during the summer season, and how you can too.

    One local woman shares her rewarding experience playing host to transplanted Minor League Baseball athletes during the summer season, and how you can too.

  • Ballot initiative seeks to limit who can use locker rooms

    Ballot initiative seeks to limit who can use locker rooms

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 6:53 PM EDT2017-06-21 22:53:53 GMT

    A conservative group wants Montana voters to decide whether to regulate transgender people's access to bathrooms and locker rooms.

    A conservative group wants Montana voters to decide whether to regulate transgender people's access to bathrooms and locker rooms.