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iv e from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. a massive work stoppage strike at the heart of silicon valley. the labor dispute that could bring life to a crawl as soon as six hours from now. good evening. i am juliette goodrich. >> i am brian hackney. kpix 5's wilson walker is live in sunnyvale. what is the latest? >> reporter: we are outside the headquarters for the police, fire and ems services. if you call them tomorrow they will answer the phone but if you call the rest of city hall, that may be a different story. >> reporter: for sunnyvale,
this was die spread the news. >> stat -- day to spread the news. >> starts 12:01 a.m. midnight. >> reporter: drawing up plans. >> there will be impacts, you can't not have some kind of impact of what goes on. >> reporter: what will happen tomorrow? for starters your most essential services, those, those will continue. >> when we have staff, the water pollution control plant, emergency services stuff. >> 911 will be available in the city. >> reporter: everything else, however, will look like this. >> impact would be planning department, people get nothing spections, remodeling -- inspections, remodels. park. >> water outage. phone calls to the city that employees answer, the phones won't be answered by us. >> reporter: calling this an
impasse years in the making. >> a long time coming. been at the table for two years out of contract and we are bound by our city charter to have a 10 year balanced budget. we would not have a balanced budget. >> reporter: if 12:0 a.m. rolls around without a deal it will only get more difficult. >> unfortunately it will. once we get out and start losing money it will be harder harder to get everyone back to the table. >> no one want a strike. >> my phone is on. and i am hoping it does ring. >> reporter: now, to be clear, this is not just a may day of action. other events are planned tomorrow. this is the beginning of a strike that would go on indefinitely. >> one question on everybody's mind, garbage, will it be picked up? >> reporter: well, that is an
interesting question. the union only represents half, only, half of the city's public employees. what we don't know is how the rest of the employees will respond, will they honor the picket line? the city doesn't know how it will unfold. when we asked the mayor, he says i think the garbage will be collected but the uncertainty on how it will happen tomorrow might be the only thing the two sides agree on tonight. >> well, we will have to wait and see. wilson walker, thank you. not the only big strike the bay area is bracing for. may day demonstrations planned across the country tomorrow with businesses vowing to close their doors in sport of immigrants rights. joe vazquez has more at 6:30 p.m. kpix 5's john ramos on the specific car part thieves are going after and why b.a.r.t. police may have a hard time
stopping them. >> reporter: following last week's mass robbery of a b.a.r.t. train by mob of teenagers the agents' police chief promised officers would redouble efforts to protect the public. >> making sure they are protecting citizens. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: but protecting the cars they leave behind me be a bigger challenge. 8 thefts of catalytic converters in the last four days. at stations. they could be sold for 20 to $200. but can cost the victim up to a thousand dollars to replace them. >> kind of scary, in a way. oh, i might lose pieces in my car. >> reporter: it may be a single crew is hitting east bay lots but that wouldn't be a rare
occurrence. a year ago b.a.r.t. police arrested two for doing the same thing. >> when i was growing up you could leave your doors unlocked and nobody would think about going in and robbing it. >> now they will steal the door off. >> reporter: perhaps we all have a false sense of security in our automobiles. leaving a car in an empty lot, what could go wrong? as he leaves his car, he says he lived in places where it is a lot worse. >> i had my car broken in to in cleveland. oakland treated me a lot better. >> reporter: better than cleveland. [ laughter ] >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> reporter: b.a.r.t. has 49,000 parking spaces system wide and says the best deterrent to crime is for riders to immediately report suspicious activity they may see in the lot. john ramos, kpix 5.
>> b.a.r.t. says over all vehicle thefts and burglarydize creased in the past three years and when a trend is spotted they use undercover stings to catch the suspects. now to weather. beautiful day around the bay area today. ocean beach. plenty of blue out there in the sky. the surf off shore. and temperatures warming up. nice day, plenty people out today enjoying the sun. bridge way jogging and biking. if you like this kind of weather, more where it came from. off shore high pressure over the pacific. not geeing anywhere anytime soon. numbers in the 90s inland tomorrow. tomorrow fairfield 90 degrees. south bay warm with readings in the mid-80s for everybody. we will be warm. but there is rain in sight, believe it or not. we will cover it in the forecast. this week more time in the sun
on the bay bridge. the bike path will be open for business every day of the week. >> i park across the bay and i love to do the round trip. she. >> reporter: she comes from napa to enjoy the bike path. >> so beautiful. and -- especially this kind of weather. comfortable. >> reporter: since october this bike path has been open on weekends but the middle has been closed during week days. starting tuesday the full path will be open 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for anyone who wants to bike, run or run. >> the locals will appreciate it. it is a great way to walk or pedal. >> reporter: locals -- >> i come here after work, in the -- in the mornings. >> reporter: don't be afraid of the cars on the bridge. this project is far from over. the path is going to go from
the bay bridge across to treasure island but that the not expected to be complete till 2019. melissa caen kpix 5. >> grand opening was back in october but it has been closed on week days because of the demo work. plastic bags will be harded to come by starting tomorrow. single use bags are banned at grocery store and drug and liquor stores. tomorrow it expands to all retail stores. it will apply to restaurants and food trucks but they get till november 1 to comply. after that they are required to charge 10 cents for reusable bags. and the san jose library system is willing to forget about your fines. starting tomorrow people with over do materials can return them and have the late fees waves. no mart how long they have been out but it is not just about getting the books back.
they want to highlight their right to library campaign to ensure everyone in the community has access to library resources like computers, tutoring and citizenship and immigration services. >> we want everyone to feel welcome in the public libraries. they are safe places. >> the fine forgiveness program runs through may. commemoration of an event that triggered refugees from vietnam in the 1970s. they shared stories and photos at city hall in san jose. many dime u.s. from refugee camps after saigon fell in to communist hands on this day in 1975. one goal was to encourage younger generations to learn about the refugee experience and its relevance today. >> for younger generations it is about understanding refugee issues that are happening
around the world and how does their history and experiences inform what types of issues -- [ indiscernible ] >> catholic charities helped set up today's gathering. bay area universities number one when it comes to getting the most bang for your buck. university of california at berkeley topped the list of best value schools. the rankings take in to account school quality and earnings and tuition and student debt. stanford university is 7th and davis is number 9. half of the top 10 are public schools and half are in the west. group of san jose middle middle middle schoolers are cramming in washington prepping for the national science bowl. they will scare off against
bellevue washington tomorrow for the national title. another bay area team made it almost that far. among the last times to be eliminated. another team eis still alive in the high school competition. if they win a trip to alaska. why facebook facebook, showedch -- why facebook ceo mark zuckerberg showed up at a family's table. >> if you are scared of bees, you want to hear this, why the huge swarms we are already seeing this spring are just the beginning. >> and california firefighters working over time to keep current on their water rescue training. why this summer could be busy for them.
firefighters say: she was wading in big sulphur creek ne yesterday.. woman drowned this weekendane creek near the russian river. she was wading yesterday when she slipped or swept away in the fast moving current and bay area rivers will be flowing faster this summer as the snow pack starts to melt. how swift water rescue teams are preparing for a very busy season. >> reporter: area firefighters are taking part in a training on the river. the exercise is helping crews develop the skills to help save lives near moving water. >> when you have high water, moving water with all the snags we have on the water we need firefighters to be prepared. >> training happens throughout the year but swift water exercises have been taking part more frequently because the
snow pack melting. >> with all the water, snow pack 180%, the river is full, flowing full, yeah, major concern. >> reporter: firefighters simulate a rescue down the river using rope teb necks. they learn how to communicate and problem solve with limited gear and resources. >> we have to stay current with that. water moving fast. swift like it is. it is very deceptive. it looks slow but it is moving quick. >> the current down the river is 4,000 cubic feet per second and with downed trees it makes makes for a dangerous situation and training exercises like this very crucial. >> important to keep current with training and give the public the best we can. >> the teams say they have been called out for several swift water rescues in the past few weeks. spring flowers in full bloom and the buzz is all about
the bees. they are making a huge come back this year. >> reporter: a lot of buzz over all the bee swarm sightings across northern california. >> last year four to six calls a day. this year 10 to 15. >> reporter: each call is for a lot of bees. >> a swarm will contain 20 to 40,000 bees. i have seen as many as 100,000 bees. the weather effecting us is -- there is so much for them to eat. drink. plenty of wild flowers for them. they are more active than couple years ago. >> reporter: this is the this time of year when bees spread the colonization process. >> they swarm. they make another queen. the new queen stays. and so half the bees leave with the old queen and make another colony. >> reporter: after losing so
many colonies this come back is impressive. >> couple years ago 30 to 40%. yeah. >> reporter: which is better news for almond farmers. >> billions a year for almond pollination each year. very, very important for the environment. >> this is just the beginning for the bees. experts anticipate more swarms in may. if you have a hive call a professional bee removal service. another story is generating online buzz today. an ohio family found out 15 minutes before dinner they would be having a guest. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. he dropped in on the family friday night. he heard they voted for former president obama in the past and wanted to know why they changed
their minds and voted trump this time around. they also discussed education, poverty and social services. >> the most he talked the more i liked him and the more i was inspired by him. >> it is part of a nationwide tour for mark zuckerberg. he is meeting with ordinary americans to learn about their struggles and way of life. on thursday he spoke with a group of muslim students at the university of michigan and visited with auto workers at ford plant outside detroit. they put him to work helping out along the assembly lined and he signed an inspection sticker for one lucky future ford owner. >> all right. >> i want to know what they had for dinner. here is how it looks. high pressure in the eastern pacific. highs 90 degrees inland mid-
week. warm today. tomorrow fairfield 90 degrees. san jose will hit mid-80s for everybody tomorrow afternoon. nice and warm. especially inland when temperatures will be in the upper 80s. by the beach, 68 degrees. and on the future cast, it will be a beautiful, clear day. monday, there is no low clouds along the shorelines. the forecast for tonight, and for tomorrow, clear and cool nights. highs near 90 degrees inland. right through mid-week. and there is a hint of sprinkles for next sunday. at the moment it is just a hint. we have plenty of warm weather. travel weather forecast, eureka 62 degrees. fresno 88. taw show low 60s -- [bleep] [bleep] low -- tahoe low 60s. over night for us low 50s.
sun up 6:13 a.m. highs continue to be unusually warm. san francisco 12 degrees warmer than average for this time of year. san jose in the mid-80s. oakland 78 degrees. south bay tomorrow, numbers in the mid-80s. 86 campbell. 85 degrees morgan hill. fremont 82 degrees. union city 79. east bay, tomorrow, fairfield 90. 89 for brentwood. 87 antioch. livermore 86 degrees. north bay closer to the shoreline, temperatures cooler. mid-60s. santa rosa 89 tomorrow. daly city sweltering 73. for ukiah mid-80s. 85. lake port 84 degrees.
clear lake 84. wow! here comes may with numbers near 90 degrees and as the week goes on warm into next weekend. when there is a hint the high pressure that is in the pacific will finally begin to relax. in the meantime temperatures is the headline. sports, something different. we hope the warriors stay hot. can they plan for their next opponent? the answer is yes. we will let you know what time they will tip-off and could the giants closer close it out? more next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
to may, and there is no team more thrilled to see april in the rear did the. depsis here. -- all right, dennis is here. . >> there are several facets of this team that aren't very good right now. it is the end of the rotation that is the best part of it. tomorrow the calendar will philip to may and there is no team more thrilled to see april
in their rearview mirror than the giants. madison bumgarner tossed 7 scoreless. roped a liner into center. run scores on the sack fly. 1-0 san francisco. same score, 6th inning. morris bangs one off the bricks. hunter pence scores. giants have a 2-0 lead. 8th inning. derek law, ends the threat. look at this. beautiful placement on the pitch. strikeout. sanchez turned on a meat ball. two run jack. he was hitting .071 before he hit that ball. 12th inning. myers, one of the hottest hitters in the division. into the bleachers.
5-2 san diego. they win. giant finish the month 9-17. the only team in the national league with single digit wins. >> guys aren't panicking yet. [ inaudible question ] >> we better start panicking. if we don't get our act together it will be ugly. too many teams red a tee go after us. the energy level needs to get going. >> a's in houston with a win. astros lead tog-0 in the fifth. -- leading 2-0 in the fifth. houston off to a 4-0 lead. plenty of sport for that man. dallas keuchel struck out 9. 4- 1. bottom of the 8th. gonzales bangs off off the foul pole for a 3-run home run.
astros win 7-2. oakland finishes the month 11-14. in case you forgot the warriors are still in the nba playoffs. six days since they swept the players and today they found out who their second round opponent is. jazz game 7. 2nd quarter. utah leading. jazz 5 point lead. favors 17 off the bench. 65-48. he finishes with 26. the jazz win in los angeles for the third time in the series. 104-91. they made the flight to oakland to prep for the warriors. game one will be tuesday at oracle. game two thursday before it heads to salt lake city saturday. game one of the celtics and wizards. thomas lost a tooth when he
took an elbow to the mouth. all smiles when he came back into the game. the roll on the three-point shot. finishes with 33 points. boston hit 19 threes and win 123-111. golden gate park for the jim tracy -- excuse me. the pga's first partner tournament since 1981. eagle. they force a playoff. it will be played tomorrow. look at this. suspended because of darkness. okay. rise and shine at golden gate. to raise awareness and mun a tee help find a cure for lou gehrig's disease. he battled als for four years before he passed away.
students organized the event and vowed to continue it till they find a cure. just found out about this last week. delight clark comes to find. -- dwight clark comes to mind. you know, you need more money. >> we are opening the conversation. and you have young feet running to raise money. good for them. >> great. >> very cool. thank you. coming up in our next half hour, a lot of bay area businesses will be closed tomorrow as part of the massive may day protest planned across the country. >> tornadoes and floods across parts of the south. in texas with the latest on the deadly storms coming up. >> a tanker full of fuel explodes on the internet caught on camera. >> a like netflix for healthcare. we take you inside the doctor's office of the future to show
more than 400 city workers in to walk off the you are watching kpix 5 news. >> our top story at 6:30 p.m. 400 city workers in sunnyvale ready to walk off the job unless they get a new contract deal by midnight. the strike comes after the employees association rejected the city's proposal which included a 10% raise and a $6,000 signing bonus. leaders say a strike would impact libraries, parks and other departments but public safety services would continue. that is not the only strike. >> local businesses plan to shut down tomorrow to join the may day protests planned across
the country. kpix 5's joe vazquez is in the mission district in san francisco with a look ahead at what is billed as a day without immigrants . >> reporter: a lot of activists in the bay area calling for a strike in the bay area. talking a lot of marchs and also some of your favorite businesses could get shut down. >> tomorrow in san francisco a day without immigrant. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: activists in the mission district are preparing for a long day of demonstrations tomorrow. may 1. may day. tomorrow immigrant workers will be a theme. >> shutting down businesses across the country. we are not going to work. strike day. >> if you have to go to work, you know, we are asking people plot to shop. >> we march -- not to shop. >> we march. >> reporter: leaders are planning a large march. >> we will be there tomorrow
and we will march for the love of our country. which is america. >> reporter: immigration is the theme. >> we are all a community. as a community we should be feeling safe but immigrants have to fear being separated from their families and children have to fear being separated from their parents. >> reporter: longshoreman will also walk off the job tomorrow. and there could be walk outs at schools as well. they hope to show their power as well as get the attention of the president. >> marching and organizing demonstrations had an impact on him because if you see after every protest he changes his tune. >> reporter: i happened to clarify the oakland longshoreman. they say they are walkerring out with the may day protests but officials tell us it is more complicated than that.
they scheduled a day for negotiations on the same day. joe vazquez, kpix 5. day 101 in office with president donald trump. on face the nation this morning to talk about the first 100 days in office. >> you thought it would be easier. why? >> well, it is a -- it is a tough job. but i have had a lot of touch jobs. i had things that were tougher. >> for what he did and didn't accomplish in his first 100 days in office. he pressed frustration with democrats in congress and russian ties to the trump campaign as a phony story. president trump confirmed he is not ruling out military action against north korea.
>> you and the administration said to north korea don't test the missile, is it not working? >> i didn't say don't test but he understands i would not be happy. i would not be happy if he does a nuclear test. i don't believe the president of china, who is a very respected man, will be happy either. >> military action? >> i don't know. we will see. >> the interview took place after the latest missile launch but he declined to elaborate. saying it is a chess came. pope francis is calling for a diplomating solution. he addressed the tensions saying he is worried and a wider war will destroy a good part of humanity and culture.
he called for more negotiations. clean up has begun in texas, arkansas and missouri after deadly tornadoes pommeled the area last night. >> people were killed, dozens hurt. in texas with the after math. >> reporter: a driver whipped out his cell phone and started recording as a huge tornado marched across the highway in texas. >> i just driven through some of it and it is heart breaking and upsettingsetting to say the least. >> the national weather service says three storms touched down across several texas counties. >> i have seen the rubble of what used to be homes. not houses. but homes. >> reporter: high school students here to celebrate their prom huddled in the bath room. the only part of the building untouched by the tornado. no one was hurt. >> it was the most terrifying thing that we ever went through. >> reporter: powerful winds
over turned cars and uprooted power poles. trees splintered, homes reduced to rubble. in arkansas rains caused severe flooding. >> all this was flooded when we came. the street, all this. >> reporter: the family plans to clean up and dry out. the severe weather will bring record flooding to oklahoma. cbs news, texas. >> wow! thousands of people in the dark as crews worked to restore power. incredible video out of ohio. a loaded gas tanker explode on interstate 75 after a wrong-way driver crashed head on into the truck. police say at least one person was killed in the wreck. the interstate still shut down tonight. spy satellite that space x was supposed to launch into orbit today never made it off
the ground. >> hold, hold, hold. >> the launch was scrubbed a minute before lift off from cape canaveral because of a problem with a censor. it has been rescheduled for tomorrow morning. the satellite is meant to help the u.s. track terrorist activity and nuclear weapons development from space. leap of faith, a group of southern california cancer survivors went sky diving to mark milestones in their recovery. >> reporter: she doesn't just look like a super hero, she is still alive one year after being diagnosed with cancer, something she doesn't fake granted. >> i live my life as a gift one day at a time. i see every day as a 50 now. prior to diagnosis that was not the case. >> reporter: she decided to celebrate by going sky diving. she celebrating 15 years of
survival and she is celebrating 5 years. >> i am not going to let the cancer take away my joy. and not going to allow it to take away my joy. >> reporter: it is also about spreading awareness of the action network. the group raises money for research, they also try to make life better for the patients who are diagnosed and their families. >> i couldn't do anything of the things i do without the support group and the other survivors. it is a family. it is a great family. >> reporter: a family that encourages each other to take leaps of faiths sometimes out of airplanes. compared to cancer -- >> so much fun. ready to do it again. >> that was so great. >> all so young.
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the federal government will stay in business for at least the next few months. congressional republicans and breaking news. the federal government will stay in business for the next few months. they just reached a bill on a 1 trillion dollars funding measure. do you use netflix? kpixkpix 5's cate cauguiran shows us more. >> reporter: a new kind of doctor's office that looks like
an apple store. >> we liver in a world where -- live in a world where the healthcare system don't talk to one another. >> reporter: called forward. for $149 a month members get an unlimited amount of primary care services. the founder gave us a tour of the new office. he walked us through the check in process. you sign in. step up in to the body scan. it tracks your vitals, height, weight and heart weight. you are taken in to an exam room. a tv shows you the results of the body scan. >> the system, attaching it to your account and then we help the system understand what does that mean. >> reporter: blood tests
processed in 12 minutes. the clinic uses infrared light scanners. all medical devices have bluetooth smart censors. this will take your heartbeat, yellingize it in -- visualize it in real time. they may send you home with wearable technology. the censors send did aa back to your -- data back to your doctor and you can access everything with an app. >> you need have a relationship between the doctor and the member. right? you can't do that in a cost effective manner without censors. >> reporter: not everyone is sold on the idea. >> this is a high risk investment. >> reporter: he is a professional of med-- professor of medical. he says while it has the
potentially time prove relationships the price is too high. >> the cost of delivering this care is not one that enough of the population is willing to pay to support practices like this. >> reporter: they don't take health insurance and can't offer surgeries. but he says all in time. >> we want to make it more and more accessible. take advantage of the power of technology to reduce cost and allow our doctors to touch more and more people's lives so it is not limited to the people that could afford it. >> reporter: cate cauguiran kpix 5. >> the health clinic already has 10,000 members. still to come, this northern california newborn is the size of the average three- month-old. how much did he weigh? we will find out. >> and the california city that
prevention. wait for it. goats. for the past few years. anaheim has been putting them to work around the city. the goats are natural weed eaters, munching up vegetation and undergrowth. >> more environmentally safe. keeps the eco system in place. they strip the land of the evasive plants. >> a heard of 175 goats can clear 30 acres of land. [ talking at the same time ] >> ever had a goat? >> not yet. not yet. >> we have goat. >> really? we have temperatures that will reach near 90 degrees tomorrow morning inland. around the bay upper 70s. the warm weather continues. in concord 82 degrees. livermore 77. san francisco 63 degrees right now and high pressure has just -- just locked in place over
the eastern pacific. as long as it stays there we will continue with warm weather. fairfield 90. same for san jose. future cast, this is a time lapse, sky conditions. nothing coming in. clear monday for the bay area. and a beautiful night. clear skies. highs near 90 through mid-week. a hint of sprinkles next sunday. that the the only wrinkle coming in. 88 fresno. sunshine from here to eternity. it will seem like thereat. over night lows mid-50s for the most part. sun up tomorrow morning monday 6:13 a.m. and then when the sun comes up temperatures warm. san francisco 76 degrees tomorrow. that is 12 degrees above average. concord 87. san jose 84. oakland 78 degrees. it will be smokin' for this time of the year. the first of may tomorrow.
86 degrees campbell. 85 morgan hill. cupertino 86. east bay, numbers in the upper 80s. 90 degrees travis air force base tomorrow. santa rosa 89 degrees. 87 petaluma. shoreline, bodega bay 66 degrees. stenson beach, nice to head there tomorrow, 68 degrees. for lake county, mid-80s. cloverdale same thing. all in the 80s tomorrow. except the shoreline. extended forecast, 90 on monday. 88 tuesday. 91 wednesday. warmest locations. before the numbers come down on thursday. and maybe a few sprinkles come down sunday. but between now and there plenty of heat in the bay area before we take a pause for maybe a drop or two coming in a
newborn is already making a big impression on everyone who meets him. "baby valentino" tipped the es at nearly 14 only two days old but one california newborn is already making a big impression on everyone he meets. 14 pounds when he arrived on friday. yes, he was born naturally. but despite his size mom says her labor was quick. lasting 2 hours. >> when we put him on the scale, she said 13 pounds 11- ounces i was shocked. >> he joins a 17-month-old
brother and a 2 and a half-year- old sister. >> 4th round of the nfl draft pick. [ talking at the same time ] the san francisco giants held open try outs this weekend for a team you might not have heard about. dozens of talented athletes turned out hoping to snag a spot on the wheelchair softball roster. >> group of athletes are hoping to make the cut for this year's san francisco giants wheelchair softball team. >> all competitive. just because we are in wheelchairs doesn't mean we can't play the sport. >> reporter: many are former athletes who suffered an injury or now have a disability but it is not holding them back. >> ready to go. we have been out here since 8:30 a.m. this morning. and working hard in the heat.
>> reporter: former giants player was on hand to support the team. >> very motivational. amazing giants player. so blessed to have him out here. >> reporter: now in the second year they are hoping to spread awareness and raise funds for tournaments around the country. >> goal was to go to nationals and we were competitives on our first year. -- competitive on our first year. >> we are hoping to make a good team and then head to the tournaments and hopefully world series. >> the team is the only west coast team in the national wheelchair association. >> we hope the community can help these guys live the dream again and be able to participant on a team -- participate on a team. >> reporter: this group is honored the san francisco giant iare supporting them. >> just being in a team sport and representing the san francisco giants is an awesome
oner and we want to do well -- honor and we want to do well. >> we want, you know, the sport world to know we are athletes out here. >> fantastic. [ talking at the same time ] >> something. thank you for watching. 60 minutes is next. >> for news lout the evening the latest is on www.cbssf.com and we will see you back here at 11:00 p.m. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
on september 9, 2010, pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation.
captioning funded by cbs and ford. we go further, so you can. >> he was the governor of virginia who was convicted of corruption after accepting thousands and thousands of dollars worth of gifts. >> the worst at all was the belief that much of the public, and much of the nation, looked at this, and thinks, "there's another corrupt politician." >> getting this money, these loans, these gifts, these trips, i'm wondering how you justify that. i mean, these things would not have come to you, were you not the governor. >> that's probably right. >> what may surprise you is the supreme court reversed the conviction. >> the name norman seeff may not click with you right away, but his photos surely will. he has photographed some of the most significant cultural