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"Anna. It's nine oh, three of the bay area's news station. KCBS clear and chilly overnight sunny tomorrow, cloudy, Sunday with evening, rain evening. I'm Larry Sharoni. Here's what's happening as you may have heard of the CBS hourly news federal prosecutors, say President Trump's former fixer has not cooperated as much as he claims and should go to prison. He CBS political reporter Taxotere Brin says that sentencing memo also include some potentially damaging information about President Trump in a scathing sentencing memo, the acting US attorney in New York rejects the contention by attorneys for Michael Cohen that he be spared prison time because he's cooperative so fully with the government. Not. So says this memo blasting Cohen's agreed an ambition and requesting a sentence of up to four years in prison says UC Hastings law professor ROY little this is not a strong endorsement of Colin as sort of a change of heart cooperating truthful witness. This is more. You know, here's a guy who got caught with his hand in a lot of different cookie jars and has been cooperating. In the sense of trying to undo some of the damage, but they explicitly say in the southern district, you should not treat this person as a traditional cooperator because he has not been completely forthcoming the memo also refers to as fact that Cohen made illegal hush money payments at the direction of individual one identified elsewhere in the document as President Trump that means prosecutors have evidence that Trump coordinated Cohen's crimes. It also says Cohen and Trump were communicating with Russians about helping him get elected as far back as twenty fifteen in a separate filing special counsel. Robert Muller says Cohen has assisted his investigation of Trump's rushing connection in a significant way. But in any case says little nine prediction is Collin county jail. Doug, sovereign KCBS, Sacramento county. Prosecutors are asking the state of California to pick up the tab and the exceptionally complicated case of the accused Golden State killer and east area. Rapist, KCBS gentlemen, reports the estimated cost the prosecution and public defenders is about twenty million dollars the charges that Joseph Di Angelo was facing more than two dozen felonies including thirteen murder date back to the nineteen seventies. They are just beginning to do the discovery in the case, which will be a luminous. I mean, hundreds of thousands of pages of discovery Michael Cardoza, a former prosecutor now practicing criminal defense predicts it would take two or three years to prepare for a jury trial. And the Angelo is seventy. Three years old and that'll put him in seventy six, and then you'll probably be a year and trial. He seventy seven assuming he's convicted. Then you go up on a pale and history has shown us attach the twenty year process. So eighty seven ninety seven years old he's gonna die of natural causes in the state prison. That's why Cardozo believes attorneys in the case should be considering a plea deal without the possibility of appeal and with a chance for victims to have their day in court in the sentencing phase, gentlemen, KCBS San Francisco, fire crews pulled a man from the surf at ocean beach this afternoon and rushed him to a local hospital where he later died. The fire department put out a tweet around twelve thirty saying thirties were performing CPR on the man who had apparently been surfing today. When things went awry, he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. A little after one o'clock beach hazard statement for dangerous surf had been in effect through eight this morning. I know the details have been released. From the fire department residents in the south bay who are in need of crisis counseling. Now have a new option. KCBS is Mike Kogan says a text based service has just been launched or emotionally or mentally distressed canal. Get help without actually talking to anyone anybody can take their phone and text the word renew. Our e n e w to the number seven four one seven four one, and that will connect people within a minute to a trains, and volunteer counselor and start up a conversation bagel is suicide prevention manager for Santa Clara county behavioral health services says they added the option because many people today prefer texting to calling crisis text line is a national organization. So they have volunteer counselor is all over the country and about seventy five percents of the people that they're having conversations with around the country are underage twenty five. So this really speaks to this idea that maybe young people are preferring to have. Of conversations about mental health over text message as opposed to calling a hotline the national crisis hotline is answered more than eighty four million messages the Silicon Valley bureau, why Colgan KCBS just ahead on KCBS. Those who lost their lives in Pearl Harbor seventy seven years ago remembered in Alameda today.."