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but because kindness is who they are, and the customer is all they care about. >> this is something that gave me genuine happiness. >> reporter: even now? >> yes. even now. still smiling. >> osgood: still to come... >> mom, i've watched you lick cocaine crumbs out of a shag carpet. >> osgood: allison janney, tv's "mom." and later... >> two park rangers. >> hands off. >> i am so, so sorry for taking the petrified wood. i didn't know it was so special. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that... ...i won't stop until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. proven to help the majority of people
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>> and there you go. >> that's comedy right there. >> reporter: allison janney's career is so bright of late, she really doesn't need light. >> ready and action. >> reporter: her latest emmy, her seventh, by the way, came for a performance in a show that is decidedly unique. >> got to go. my mother has a canoe. >> reporter: we're not saying that just because it's mother's day and the show happens to be called "mom" or because it airs here on cbs, we're saying it because this particular sitcom is actually a pretty noble experiment. >> nice. she's sleeping at your house tonight. >>we don't shy away from real le affecting these characters, even though it's a comedy. >> reporter: janney plays a recovering addict, helping her daughter christie, played by anna ferris, who is also
struggling with addiction. that doesn't sound too funny, but it is. >> mom, i've watched you lick cocaine crumbs out of a shag carpet. >> not a sin to be thrifty, dear. >> reporter: although it's a comedy, it takes a very serious look at the tenuous nature of sobriety, the on again/off again struggle against drugs and alcohol and the grim reality of relapses. >> you going to be okay? >> she's gone. >> you can't this a show about recovery and not show the reality of it, which some people don't make it. >> roll sound. >> reporter: janney knows that all too well because she watched her younger brother hal go through it. he struggled with addiction most of his life, which leaves janney sometimes struggling on set. >> it definitely played a part
in why i took the show. i wanted to... i'm sorry. >> reporter: no. it's okay. it's okay. >> reporter: she tried desperately to help her brother recover, but five years ago he committed suicide. you've been around this world, and you wanted to... >> i did. i did. i was around the world of recovery a lot trying to get my brother to want to recover. he didn't. he lost his battle with addiction and other things, and i felt this was important for me the take a part like this and be part of a show that shows people in recovery and also shows that there is hope. >> i just want to thank all of you for being with us here today. >> reporter: last week she was invited to participate in a white house panel with the surgeon general to talk about the issues of recovery and addiction. >> i felt very qualified to take this job because of what i went through with my brother. it's terrifying to be allison
janney in front of people. it's great to be bonny plunkett on your tv. it's scary to be me. >> reporter: she's well-known for playing a wide range of people who aren't her, including playing that mom on "mom," something she's not in real life. >> mom. report she's gone from a neglected housewife in "american beauty." >> i want you to meet somebody. this is jane. >> hi. >> what happened to constantine? >> reporter: to a mississippi socialite in "the help." >> did you fire her? >> we were just a job to her, honey. with them it's all about money. >> reporter: she went from a alcoholic neighbor with a wandering eye in the "way, way back" >> you brought me a man. hello, sailor. >> reporter: to a wife discovering her sexuality in show time's "masters of sex." >> drink up now. you're going to need your strength. >> i was trying to go from
different style to different style. that was just what i learned to do. >> reporter: i don't know how you're in so many places at the same time. >> i don't know, lee. i'm just glad that it happened and i haven't been typecast into one role. >> reporter: typecast, no, but it's hard not to think of janney in one role in particular. >> arthur. >> reporter: she took home four emmys as her role c.j. in aaron sorkin's "the west wing." >> a democratic senator says if this goes down... >> we're not responding to a blind quote. we just assume you made it up. i'm not kidding. thank you. >> reporter: while in washington, she made a surprise visit, pretending to fill in for josh earnest. >> let's be honest, i'm better
at this than her. >> reporter: she's convincing, so much so that even today people ask for her advice. growing up were you a political family? did you talk about politics at dinner? >> oh, god, no. >> reporter: so this is a completely strange world? >> yes, and one they felt such a pretender. i'm not interested in politics. i hate politics. i cannot stand to watch what's going on right now. it makes me... i just close my eyes. i don't want the -- to hear it. i don't. >> reporter: janney grew up in dayton ohio. her father played jazz. her mother was an actress. that's when the bug first bit. while in a play at kenyon college, she was discovered by one very famous alum, paul newman and his wife joann woodward. they were so impressed they encouraged her to move to new york and enroll in the neighborhood playhouse. but janney was a late bloomer. her first break on broadway didn't come until she was 38. part of the problem, she says,
her height. she is 6'0", although janney prefers to call it 5'12". >> i was playing 40-year-old women when i was 20. >> reporter: were there times you thought about giving it up? >> all the time >> really? >> oh, yeah. i went to the johnson o'conor institute in new york city and took an an pitude test. they told me i would make a great systems analysts. >> reporter: systems analyst. what does that mean? >> i have no idea. >> reporter: she had grown up wanting to be a figure skater, but it was a dream that ended when she ran through a closed sliding glass door as a teen. you ran right through? >> i hit it and the glass fell on top of me and it guillotined my leg. >> how was it? >> it was bad. i lost an artery, cut tendons. it was bad accident. >> reporter: no more ice skating, but she could still dance.
that's something she still loves to do, by the way, only now it's zumba classes that she occasionally takes with her friend and "mom" co-star jamie pressley. >> i want you to push that bootie out a little bit. >> i do love to dance. i don't go to clubs anymore really, because who does? >> reporter: at 56, allison janney has a lot to smile about, while her brother hal is never far from her heart, with mom she's found a comfortable intersection of both her personnel and professional fashion, and it gives her the chance to revel in her choice to never become that systems analyst. can you imagine you'res the anything else? >> no. >> reporter: far career? >> no. there is nothing else i can do. i can't imagine ever retiring. i'm just going to keep doing it. i will. forever.
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teeth. report his archives are full of an impressive collection of ancient fossils, but he also looks after a small batch of letters. >> oh, gosh, this is a manifesto. >> yeah, yeah, i've had a four pager. >> reporter: a four pager? >> yeah. >> reporter: the letters are apology notes, tales of remorse written by reformed criminals. >> these are all pieces. >> reporter: at the park, the petrified wood is everywhere. it lines trails, tops the hillside. >> this place was set aside because this is by far one of the largest accumulations you'll ever see and possibly the largest in the world. >> reporter: 225 million years ago, this dry stretch of northeast arizona was lush and green, home to some of the early dinosaurs. the trees that stood tall back then were buried in sediment and fossilized. frozen in time. today that wood is beautiful.
and so as paleontologist bill parker explains, rangers occasionally see visitors trying to smuggle a piece home as a souvenir. >> people tend to have the guilty conscience, right? and that's generally there's telltale signs of that. >> reporter: there are signs that attempt to deter would-be wood burglars. it's a crime the take anything out of the park, but not surprisingly, people still do. what is surprising is that some of that wood has come back. >> this is a material that was returned to the park. there are two pieces of wood in here. >> reporter: the letters that accompany the heavy packages speak of a long-ago theft that's weighed heavy on the conscience. if you take petrified wood, beware of the consequences. this is a poem. >> reporter: if you take petrified wood, beware of the consequences. you should. though enshrined on a shelf
still brought him ill health, some things are plain no good. >> some people ascribe a curse to the wood. i don't know how much i buy that, because if you're the kind of person who would take something from national park, maybe you just have poor judgment skills. i don't know. >> as a senior ranger, i am responsible... >> osgood: the park used to play up the curse. they put all the letters out on the display, which led to more letters. >> we may have been encouraging people to do the wrong thing, by overemphasizing it, by saying, fish are going extinct, so you better eat some sushi. >> reporter: rangers claimed they were losing a ton of wood a month until they asked around and realized nobody really knew where that number came from. could it be the problem wasn't actually all that bad? >> about ten years ago, we had all this photography of the wood. we went out and found the exact
angles and reshot them. we were amazed to see that everything was still the same. >> reporter: so petrified forest recently changed its messaging, thanking visitors for doing the right thing, because most of them do. unfortunately, for the few who do so belatedly, the wood sent back to the park can't actually go back in the park. >> we can't put it back because somebody who is going out to study that stuff could inadvertently pick up something that has no reason to be there and botch their results. >> reporter: so it ends up here, in what the rangers call the conscience pile, tucked away down a service road, the pile contains years of returned wood, which honestly makes writing a letter and spending money on postage to send that wood back all seem a little pointless. but guilt is a trip. >> and in every case it's because somebody valued their
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between their jobs and their families. >> the family and medical leave act of 1993 was a step in the right direction, but it calls for unpaid leave and doesn't cover 40% of workers in the u.s. according to one survey, a quarter of all women in the u.s. return to work fewer than ten days after giving birth. that leaves them less time to bond with their children, making breast-feeding more difficult, and increasing their risk of postpartum depression. but paid maternity leave isn't just good for mothers and babies, it's good for business, too. after california instituted paid leave, a sure fay found that 91% of all employers said the policy either boosted profits or had no effect. employers also noted improved productivity, higher morale and reduced turnover. i've been lucky to have the support of a company that values
>> osgood: here's a look at the week ahead on our sunday morning calendar. monday is the night for the annual jazz at lincoln center gala concert. it will focus this year on the influence of jazz on broadway. tuesday is national shrimp day, a celebration of america's most-consumed seafood. wednesday is national third shift worker's day, honoring the estimated 50 million of us who either permanently or
occasionally have to work overnight. on thursday lovers of humorous version mark national limerick day, the 204th anniversary of the birth of edward leer, who first made the limerick popular. friday is that most unlucky of day, friday the 13th. triskaidekaphobia, you have been warned. saturday is a competition between often eccentric musical acts to be broadcast live in the united states for the first time. now to john dickerson in washington for a look at what's ahead on "face the nation." good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, charles. we sat down with hillary clinton, and we'll have our long interview with her. we'll also talk with a number of conservatives about just what's the state of the party in the age of donald trump. >> osgood: thank you, john. we'll be watching. now a little news about us. as you may have heard last sunday evening, we were honored
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and i'm phil matier. good morning, 7:30 am on this sunday, mother's day. new information in the investigation of the murder of a prominent san francisco attorney, a man under arrest. and at the white house, the race has told sides firing off attacks. donald trump looking to gain support from ms. own party this week. and work schedules tend to change, and a new push to put it back, and a lot coming up over the
next hour. happy mother's day, julie, a quick look at the forecast.'s back happy is mother's day -->> happy mother's day, and not the best looking mother's day, and mainly dry over the next few hours. you can see we do have some scattered showers that have been passing through, and this will taper off, and we have a few sprinkles and the sacramento valley. we cannot rule out a few sprinkles over the east bay, and right now we are dry. the main story today is the cloud cover, mostly cloudy with gray skies over the golden gate bridge. temperatures relatively mild, mid-50s, 55 in san francisco, and also in livermore. your monday forecast, mostly cloudy and mild, highs today ranging from near 60 to the low
70s, and some breaks in the clouds later in the day. we will time this out coming up. new details on the murder of the retired san francisco public defender. and the 19-year-old is behind bars, booked on one count of murder. and the friends say he is either her nephew or grandnephew. back he is very unassuming, a good kid.>> she would do anything for someone that was young and needed help, and i just don't understand.>> memorials and cards it growing outside of for door. and the two san jose brothers in court for a preliminary hearing after murdering their parents, being
held without bail for the shooting of their parents in the home last month, and they say that the prosecution is ready to put on the case, but the defense is indicating they are not ready. and the developing story, the 17 day hunger strike of the risk 05 has ended, -- frisco 5, and it has ended, and they were demanding that the police chief step down, and 33 to be arrested in that case. 62- year-old arrested after a two- day rampage, the first victim of eulalio tordil ran down his wife and it may have been
trying to carjacked the other two victims that he gunned down. over 1600 homes and buildings have been torts, la -- 80,000 people under evacuation orders, and that wildfire is expected to reach the neighboring saskatchewan fire. a tornado touching down and eastern plains of colorado, and eating near the small town of ray. the latest tornado caused minor injuries and structural damage, and storm chasers say traveled about 10 miles on the ground before>> reporter: up, and no one was seriously injured. a series of shutdowns for bart as they do more track work, and the bus maybe people in both directions between the san leandro and bayfair stations, and expect a delay to up to one hour, and service resuming tomorrow morning.
the similar shut down his plan for memorial day weekend. a powerball winner in new jersey hit all six numbers, winning over $400 million. and there are celebrating going on at this story, the liquor store, and the winning ticket sold worth $1.3 million. and the store owner is thrilled.>> it is exciting to know that we have a lucky store for the customer. back and for him.>> and look at the numbers, and from tickets to go, the san jose sharks have a three helping to lead in the playoffs, and their game tomorrow night in nashville, beating the predators last night, 5-1, and game six will begin at 6 pm tomorrow
night. and the golden gate voyeurs looking to gain ground on the trailblazers, and they could use steph curry in the game, and tray migraine to -- tray migraine tried to -- draymond green tried to fill his shoes. and the race to the white house returns to california. bernie sanders holding a campaign rally in california, and will continue through the primary bolding -- voting through june 7.'s back if we win in west virginia, kentucky and arlington, -- we think we can win, and it is a narrow path to victory, an uphill
fight.>> the sanders campaign has been struggling with strategy to push out of the race. donald trump is struggling to win over his own party. several of the gop members do not plan on some porting him, including house speaker paul ryan that says he is not ready to support the donald trump nomination, but that could change as paul ryan and donald trump will sit down and talk on thursday. we have an exclusive interview with hillary clinton, including how she plans on taking on donald trump. and this san francisco city attorney putting his foot down on the unlawful business practices of one of the biggest landowners and public employers in the city.>> dennis herrera filed a multimillion dollar
lawsuit against the academy of art, saying they have illegally converted $23 billion, and failing to pay the city fees. >> you have a politically powerful entity, treated different than the average homeowner or business owner.>> civil penalties against the school could add up to tens of millions of dollars. it looks like this was allowed to go on in city hall for years, and there's question about whether the political power of the academy add something to do with that, and why the civic leaders were looking the other way. >> the academy of art is one of the city's biggest employers, and landowners. and they had seven legal teams working on this. basically, these are not the kind of building violations
that say they are unsafe, we are talking about converting the use of motels into dormitories, or residential areas taking housing off of the market. some of this is administrative, but it has been a flag in the face of city all, as well as the owners of the academy of art. civically and through the charities as well. back it will be interesting to see how this lawsuit goes forward, and they are trying to settle out of court.>> but that did not work, so they out -- now they had their feet to the fire. calling for a work schedule, and supporters say it will help those that work in retail, grocery and restaurant industry, calling for the employers to give employees for a set schedule of three weeks of work, at least seven days in advance, and will also allow for the employees to be paid for the last-minute schedule
changes. a new warning about coyotes.>> this is the time of year when the pups are born, and the parents are rallying for food. and a man has focused on his own morning on the trails and he took this picture as the cody was watching him put the sign up a few weeks ago.>> it is important for them to know that there are coyotes here, and to be aware, and don't be nervous years back and hunting coyotes is illegal under state law. and we have a green journal.>> a bloody new market for journalists, and covering the cannabis. and this week, they will start at uc berkeley, and the demand is high for communication on covering the growing industry. and it will cost you some green, this course will cost
up for grabs. voters head to the polls tuesday. this weekend, democratic presidential candidate bern sanders cut into hillary clinton's lead by more thano dozen delegates. that's the focus shifting to west virginia with 29 delegates up for grabs in the race for president. and hillary clinton having her lead cut by bernie sanders, and the chances of his winning the nomination have not got much better.>> sanders still planning to bring the delegate fight to california in june, and hillary clinton is already taking on donald trump. while in the bay area, i sit down with her for an exclusive interview. >> i will stay focused on running by campaign about what i want to do to break down the barriers that stand in the way of americans getting ahead.
i will also take them on when it comes to what he says about immigrants, women, people about disabilities, a long list. he is dividing america, which i find absolutely intolerable.'s back there are still feelings about world war ii, and secretary kerry was here and laid down the reef. -- wreath, and should the u. s. apologize? >> i think we should express our concerns, our sympathy and our commitment. not to allow a world in which nuclear weapons were used. i think that is different from an apology, and i think that is a better approach for us to take. and that is why worry about someone like donald trump, talking about a lot of
countries having nuclear weapons, it doesn't matter, and it doesn't matter, and we do not have to provide the defense, and he specifically mentioned japan and south korea, and this would be a tragic error. this is one of many reasons why do not think that his statements about foreign-policy and national security are the fitting -- befitting someone running for presidency. and later had will ask her about some other big issues, and also where she stands on the high-speed rail. but for now, let's check on the forecast. not a bad forecast for mother's day, it will be dry, but a little bit gray, but still a great day for mom. we do have a few showers, and still dominating the forecast, drying out in a few showers in the east bay. overall, this area of low
pressure bringing in the scattered showers is pushing to the east. still activity around the back side of this low, and some of the far eastern communities macy's scattered showers through the morning, but showers ending with mostly cloudy to start. high pressure continuing to build offshore, and this will remain in the forecast through the work week. today starting off mostly cloudy as mother's day brunch will see the gray skies but drives. we will get -- but dry. we will get some clouds, and if you would like an outdoor dinner this evening, we should see some breaks in the clouds and more clearing through the work week. mostly cloudy, partial clearing later today and a gradual warming trend through the work week. outside right now, the skies are gray, and through most of the bay area, and mid-50s area- wide. it is a damp bill to the
morning, but temperatures today will be on the cool side, and low 60s for san francisco, near 70 for those inland and 60s around the bay. topping out in the upper 60s for san jose, palo alto, mountain view. east bay is slightly warmer, and temperatures in the low 70s. mid-60s around the bake area -- the bay area, and along the coast, temperatures topping out in the low 70s at the warmest locations. starting to dry out today and tomorrow, gradually into the warm around midweek, wednesday and thursday plenty of sunshine with a high near 80 for the warmest spots, and we are going to say i 70s for now.>> and that rain was a bit of a shocker.
clinton for spending money on ads that show him mistreating women. back think of this, mary to a man, and nobody, nobody, perhaps in the history of politics was worse to women. or abused women more than bill clinton. and she is taking negative ads out on may. back hillary clinton leading donald trump by 13 points by the latest poll. and some republicans are looking for an alternative to donald trump, asking mitt romney, but he says he does not want to run, of that is it. it is donald trump on the republican side, and week will ask the mayor and how he knew that donald trump would be the something nominate.>> it was just instinct when i look at
the lineup, there was nobody among them worthy of wasting any time. they were old dull and boring, and yesterday donald trump was tomorrow.>> what are we looking at. >> it is still not clear that he will be able to get money from the republican donors, or the support from the republican leaders. >> back up. according to him he does not need any money, he is a billionaire. and the media as given him 30% more time, and the more outrageous, the more ads, and if you are he has to bite.>> that you have to have the groundwork, and he cannot just rely on free footage on cnn to get him through the passing months. >> every republican was trying to save their own rear end, and they will run individual
campaigns in order, and all of the districts, 435 congressional districts believe there is some 25 to 30 u. s. senate races. i guarantee you that each of those persons will be saying help, help. and i am going to help.>> and the democrats will have donald trump tied around their necks pretty well. he will get a lot of exposure as the democrats run as well.>> donald trump not sure whether he would be positive or liability, and he could emerge as the lead deck, but what are you in the way? >> be advised, if you are a true candidate in a given district, everybody else is below you as far as you are concerned, if you do it right. you are in a position where endorsements and support from outside is not relevant. and believe me, other than the
donald trump entertainment quality, know what is going to touch him because there's no way to know what he will believe on any given moment.>> is that a plus? >> absolutely. it leaves you with the maximum possibility to do your own flip- flop.>> it seem like donald trump was saying that being unpredictable is an approach to the world affairs, and that it will throw the other world leaders like vladimir putin for example, off their game because they will not know exactly what donald trump is thinking or planning at any given time. >> keep in mind that in this day and age, the business of what is the party agenda, the question is what party?>> i think that is true, donald trump is sort of blown up the republican party, and what will
this do to the voter turnout, and who will show up to vote since the black people are turned off by the entire thing.>> i will go back a little bit on this party platform business. donald trump can walk away from the republican platform because that is his personality. but hillary clinton could be facing a challenge. bernie sanders and his progressives will plan on marching all the way to the convention, getting in the convention, and laying down planks on the convention that hillary clinton will have to defend against her opponent and donald trump. >> but at least at the convention she is somewhat among friends.'s back things don't look too friendly between the sanders and clinton camps right now. and a controversial tweet about the donald trump supporters and the la police commissioner getting some attention.>> he said that "every man in the crowd looks
like he is the same biological terrorist." and they say that was a racist message and embarrassed the lapd. >> and he looks at how this will make him look in his possession. >> i think it is kind of foolish. >> i think we should all built to share our own personal opinion. >> some criticized for saying it was an observation to the last and douglas city. coming up, a closer look in the forecast, and starting off with gray skies, but breaks in the clouds later in the day, and we will talk about your work week warm up. look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious.
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to add to the purchases and sales. but first a look at the forecast as people plan on outdoor brunch. >> outdoor brunch may be okay, a slight chance of sprinkles and the east bay, but i would not cancel any plans. we have been seeing showers throughout the morning, but they have dissipated, and a few stray showers around contour -- concord and they have moved on. a look at the clouds over the golden gate with temperatures in the 50s area-wide, and warming up to 57. 59 in concord, and 58 in san jose. we will see temperatures increasing throughout the day with breaks in the clouds for the second half of mother's day. cloudy and mild sums it up with temperatures ranging from 60s along the coast, and 73 for the warmest spots in them. we will timeout your sunshine and work weight.
-- work week. new details on the murdered public defender, stabbed to death in her home on friday, and not alone. and also angelo's a more was there, and covered with blood, and under arrest for murdering zamora. and another murder, and testifying against two of them as part of up plea deal. lynn carey -- preliminary findings into the death, a blue ribbon panel after racist and homophobic text messages or bring between the officers last year, 14 allegedly involved, and presented at the up --
african-american arts and culture complex tomorrow afternoon. the hunger strike of the frisco 5 has ended in calling for general strike tomorrow. and they are asking that the police chief stepped down amid the deadly police shootings, and 33 people were arrested in the protests. 80,000 people under evacuation of alberta in canada due to a growing wildfire. the fire is still raging and expected to reach the neighboring saskatchewan border. over 1600 homes and buildings have been torched, but no deaths or injuries have been reported. searching in southeastern china after a massive landslide, 33 people are still missing. and that torrential downpour causing the earth to give way, and burying the hydroelectric power station under construction, and seven workers
were rescued. learning more about the fedex robbers that were suspected of hitting and injuring eight sacramento chp officer, from the bay area and charged with dui. the officer was outside in his patrol car, helping with another accident and did was hit early yesterday morning, and was seriously injured but is expected to be okay. and ramirez identified as the driver facing felony dui charges in a possession of a controlled substance. only two more days to enjoy the popular park before it gets the major makeover, alamo square, closing to the public on tuesday, and renovations including irrigation, wheelchair accessible bathroom, and a doggie play area and the park will reopen in december. the san francisco zoo celebrating mother's day by offering bomb a free admission, and check out the new animal
moms on exhibit with the babies. there is a draft, and peter and lion babies, and there's also other activities, arts and crafts and face painting. the sharks are ahead with a 3-2 lead in the playoffs, and they have won 5-1 last night, and game six begins tomorrow at 6 pm. and the golden state warriors look tomorrow to gain more ground on the trailblazers, and no doubt they could've used steph curry in game three, and draymond green tried to finish curry shoes, and ending with 37 points, and at the end, 120 often 108. -- one -- 120-108. and dana stubblefield once the county da removed from his
sexual assault case. >> accused of sexually assaulting a woman, the does developmentally disabled woman, stubblefield says they had consensual sex. she sees it differently, and his attorney said that the prosecutor leaked information and tainted the case. >> this needs to be handled by an impartial body, and we are asking the prosecutor attorney's office to allow a fair trial. and the motion to keep the santa clara da off the case will likely fail. and other bay area news, pg&e customers beware, you could see a big spike in the bill, and that last pipeline blast killed eight people and destroyed homes, and state legislators are considering how much to let the utility gas have to pass on.
and one plan, pg&e could collect $945 million total, and the average bill going up 10.7%. the second proposal, pg&e would collect $858 million, raising the average bill by 9.9%, and the public utilities commission could both as early as next month. the bottom line is that for decades the safety considerations for the pipeline were put as a low priority. after the accident, they are being brought up, but pg&e has the right to pass it on to the customers. and even though they may be negligent, we have to pay for it. >> and senator jerry hill has been extremely critical of pg&e, admitting that the ratepayers should be saying the other grandfathers did not get, and somebody has to do it. everybody needs the pipelines to be safe.'s back okay.
it on the bike path, better late than never, to be expected to be completed by september as that is two years behind schedule. and they had the prioritized old bay bridge planned demolition. >> when you try to retrofit something into an old structure, it is hard and expensive. and the support for the observation deck will be positioned as a trail run. and then it will be installed permanently, 1.51 $1.51 million. and closer to $2.5 million as the figures always club. >> it is the bay bridge, of course it is doubled.>> of course it will be nice to have that bike path, a new way to get across the bridge. >> you will just be going to the island. >> but i have hope that they
will end up extending it. >> that will cost another $4 million. the bill at the state capitol to prohibit the sale or distribution of balloons made of electrically conductive material, and filled with the gas lighter than air. they are known to cause power outages and are known safety risk when they get released into the air, but the business owners said they would lose the business. >> this would greatly affect the employees as we would lose 33% of the revenue. >> and the california assembly man is behind the bill, and they said that if that becomes law, it will become a crime to release these balloons. still to come, the exclusive sitdown interview with hillary clinton, and the question she is not ready to answer yet. drying out just in time for mother's day, and what you can expect for the mother's day brunch. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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coming to california in june. and according to the survey, hillary clinton is leading bernie sanders by nearly 20 points in california, and 6% undecided. i sat down with hillary clinton for an exclusive interview. >> you've been in politics center teenage years, and have you ever seen a presidential race like this? >> i certainly have never seen a candidate like donald trump, i think that is fair, and i have never seen so much concern, even within his own party about the republican nominee. >> but she is not worried about donald trump attacking her. >> i'm not really concerned about what he says about me because he traffics in insult. i am concerned about what he says about what is going to do about everybody else, immigrants, women, people with disabilities, muslims, and a very long list. he is dividing america, and i
find that absolutely intolerable. >> the overall support for the sanctuary cities, but clinton did suggest that she may have a different approach to the kate steinle case, young woman shot and killed on. 14 by -- pier 14 bind undocumented immigrant. >> violent people, those that should not be here in the first place, that is totally different when it comes to those cases. >> hillary clinton declared her support for high-speed rail. >> we are woefully behind in roads, bridges, airports, water systems, you name it. there is a kickoff campaign to legalize marijuana in california, and would you vote for it.>> i would have to study what he says and what the implications are. as i see it today, i favor more
research into making sure that medical marijuana is being used to the best of facts. >> final question, california count, it looks like you have the nomination. >> california always counts. that's the way i feel. and behind the scenes, what was your feeling few met her and shook your hand with her hand?>> i saw season pro. and i saw somebody that is clearly still running for the nomination. bernie sanders is on her heels, raising questions in california, but she is the front runner nominee, trying to reestablish the connection go after donald trump. i saw a professional that is adept at answering questions and delivering "nonanswers" for example, on the marijuana. but on that other issues, high-
speed rail infrastructure. i also asked her how she would pay for, and we got that one of those political statements. taking a look at it. >> a lot of political issues, and you can see the entire interview on our website, kpix.com and now we will take a look at the weather forecast. it is mother's day, and the gift for today is no more rain, and you can hold the outdoor brunch. it will be a little bit cool, and the rain has dissipated in our neck of the woods. a look at the satellite to show you this area of low pressure dominating forecast, but pushing out to the east. a few lingering showers on the backside of the low, but well east of the bay area. we cannot rule out a sprinkle, but for the most part, drying out. and cloudy is what the story is as you head out. and we had this high pressure
dominating later in the week with a warming trend, but starting out mostly cloudy with breaks in the clouds throughout the day today. and some breaks in the clouds by lunchtime, and more so by dinnertime. as we move through monday, more sunshine in store injuring this trend. mostly cloudy start the day and a partial clearing with a warming trend. current temperatures outside for the early morning brunch, gray skies over the golden gate with temperatures in the 50s area-wide, mid-50s for the cooler spots, upper 50s for the warmer spots. we will be slightly below average for this time of year, temperatures in the upper 60s and near 70 for the warmer spots in the south bay, and the same into east bay, topping out in the low 70s for the warmer spots like antioch and brentwood. allow him -- around the bay, mid-60s for most folks, and 59 a daly city, 69 in santa rosa.
up north slightly warmer with temperatures in the low 70s, and your extended forecast joint gray skies today. partial clearing moving into monday with temperatures warming in the middle part of next week, topping out in upper 70s in a few 80s for the warmest locations to midweek. the two-time cancer survivor is giving back, and we will tell you how she finds ways to keep going and helps others. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious. mmmm, yoplait. still fighting for californ. and he's heading straight te capital city. sanders will back to the race for the white house, bernie sanders may be trailing, but putting up a fight for california. is heading for the capital city, holding campaign rallies in sacramento and stockton tuesday.>> this is not the exact california we were expecting, we thought the republicans would be fighting it out here, but not the
democrats. instead, a complete reversal, and our political analyst melissa kane says this is the last round for the to make grants -- for the democrats.>> bernie sanders has made it clear that he considers california an important state in terms of winning the delegates and going into the state with the momentum to drive the party agenda, and also to try to get superdelegates back.>> hillary clinton must be extremely careful, and she must operate as if she is the already nominee, and it is the fall she is looking at, not the summer in san francisco, california, berkeley in san diego, the places that will ultimately become a horror pit if any democrat decides to do an exorcism. >> we are talking about the area of san francisco that even president obama got heckled.>>
remember that obama will won in the bay area and hillary clinton took the rest of the state, so it will be interesting to see how the allegiant realigns and in the june primary.>> and in 1988, jesse jackson took california, and i was the national chair of the jackson campaign. >> i think we forgot that. >> anyone the banana? a man named the caucus. -- the caucus -- dekakus and does anybody remember either one? >> no they don't. and hillary clinton said she is actually running against donald trump, and that strategy could backfire issues an embarrassing loss in california, the message will be that you cannot win in
november.>> to start with, she would not have an embarrassing loss in california. if she plays it smart, she will concede the business of income inequality. she will concede the business of where you get the contributions, and stay away from all of those thing that robert rice and those people that are almost viewed as socialists are advocating through the bernie sanders operation. she will focus on making hillary into and it acceptable item. and right now it is difficult to take hillary for some people. the boys is up there, and the eye contact is not what it needs to be. she needs to have item, after item, after item about bill clinton, and overnight it will be hillary running in november with zero liability for whatever the numbers are in california in june. it seems like no matter what happens in
california in the democratic primary, it will go for hillary in the general. and i agreed that it probably would not be a massive loss if she loses at all the bernie sanders. i don't think it would necessarily impact the general election chances for her in california.>> i think people are still paying attention to bernie sanders, and maybe his message can inspire people for the future, but as for this race we are down to hillary clinton and donald trump.'s back tell that to the people when they start showing up in california. this will be a race for the agenda of the democratic party, and willie brown is saying that she is to get out there and be human and to get people to like to listen to her. but i still see it in the voting that there is a gender issue that will be addressed. like it or not, it will not be a walk in the park. and a south bay woman that
knows how feels to get the cancer diagnosis is making it her mission to make it count every day for others. >> reporter: teresa takes up movement class to relax as she is fighting the second battle with breast cancer. >> when you are first diagnosed it is very frightening. >> reporter: finding empathy and passion here at the care point.>> these blankets are made by volunteers.>> reporter: gay crawford cofounded and providing support service for patients and families so they do not have to go through cancer alone.>> reporter: the cancer care point is a warm and welcoming place, from the fireplace in the entry to the personal greeting at the front door. a two-time cancer survivor, gay was first diagnosed in 1974
when there was not much support for cancer patients, but she is change that, 2500 people using their support center. and they say that she touches people while in the fight of their lives. >> she understands what they're going through, and still makes a personal connection. >> reporter: and gate started a county program and cofounded the california second hospice of the valley, help to create a statewide registry of new cases, and led the effort to make the new stanford cancer center patient friendly. but she is especially proud that she began a courageous kids day 27 years ago for hundreds of children with cancer. >> they want a day away from cancer, and of course it is not really a way, but they come and have a good time.>> reporter: and ginny terraces this years
gates cries -- gates and gray skies with breaks in the clouds and plenty of sunshine later in the week. and not a bad mother stay forecast. and it looks like plenty of sunshine for the rest of the week. >> yes, we will have a gradual warming trend throughout the work week with temperatures warming to the upper 70s by midweek, and today upper 60s and low 70s for the warmest areas. face the nation is coming up next, and have a great sunday. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,
>> today on "face the nation" it's donald trump's party now. the republican nominee is set and hillary clinton has more work to do but the battle has begun. we caught up with the democratic front-runner and asked about her campaign against donald trump. >> i'm not going to run an ugly base. i'll run a race based on issues. don't feel like i'm running against donald trump. >> donald trump has a different view. he's already launching attacks upon both clintons. >> she's married to a man who was the worse abuser of women in the history of politics and hilary was an enabler and treated these women horribly and some of those women were destroyed not by him but by the way that hillary clinton