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throughout the bay area. there y even be a spot in your neighborhood like this one in burlingame where you can find regular gas for less than $5.00a gallon. when it's time to fill up, it's either here or costco for bowling team residence. >> the cheapest. >> reporter: is getting cheaper by the day. 70 days and counting. but that doesn't means cheap. >> much better. still high. >> reporter: across the bay are, regular gas will likely cost you you somewhere between $5.25 and0 a gallon. we met at this station station where if you pay cash, r gas is $4.93. >> back in the day, five backs was so expensive. now i am happy happy to see at this low. >> it's pretty high. >> reporter: good for now, says patrick, they had a . but it mi
last for very long. >> we may start to see decreases decreases taper off in the next couple of weeks. we could see prices bouncing up. >> reporter: he said there is sl considerable volatility. >> we have never same the national average go from $3.00 o $3.00 to $4.00 to $5.00, to go for total zero and back to $3.0. and back to $3.00. >> reporter: it will prices continue to rise, that could affect the prices you pay at th. >> the prices may slowly inch up, but i am hopeful we have seen the worst. >> reporter: they hope so. >> if we are down to $4.50, thad be great. i'm not sure how realc that is. >> i have to keep buying gas regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, regardless. respect in burlinga, max darrow, kpix 5.
> >> new dash cam video shows the moment the husband of closing ws arrested for a dui. the video ss officers asking paul pelosi to do different sobriety tests. the the other driver to get hurt. investigators say posey's blood-alcohol level was .082 at the time. close he pleaded guily close he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor dui charges today. e sentenced the 82-year-old to five days in jail and three yeas of probation. more on that in a minute. problems he was not required to be in court today. s defense attorney cemented his guilty plea. the napa county dit attorney said, this case was nod case was not treated differently differently because of the high profile defendant. >> this is a .082 dui with mild injuries. this case is handled like any other case. all material decisions have been had decisions have been handled the way that they are supposed to b. supposed to be handled. >> close he will also have to
pay the victim about $5000 in restitution. he will have to tae a three-month class on alcohol awareness and install an ignition device on his car that will keep a breath sample before before it will start. he must st a blood breath or urine test if he is suspected of driving under under the influence. now back to to the five-date jail sentence. poppel as he will not have to report to jail. he was given crt for two days served at the timef his arrest. he got a two conduct conduct credit for two other days it will serve eight hours in the court's work program fore remaining day. > >> several fires breaking out in in san francisco, including blak smoke along san francisco's watr san francisco's water front. it destroyed a building on the peer. video from sf fire show cs fighting to save it from the land in the bay. according to golden gate national park servi, gate national park service, the building was constructed in 1925. it was used as an army doctor before being taken over
by the bureau of prisons. this s the aftermath looks like from chopper 5. crews cutting into the peer to cut out some hot spots. the fire and how they fire started. it is not clear if if there were any historic items items lost to the fire. > >> it was also a busy day for firefighters in oakland after responding to go two several fires at an encampment. the first fire program at the wood street and came up this morning. morning. you can see plumes of e near the macarthur maze. the second war broke out near million was also put out within a couple of minutes. this is the the latest in a string of spot s in this encampment. the encampmt is at the center of a government government tug-of-war. the city of oakland says it doesn't have the capacity to shelter all 200 people living bear. just this w, a letter from governor newsom's office threatened to take away millions of dollars in state funding. a temporary restraining restraining order accordingly bs caltrans from clearing out the cayman. caltrans is expecting to
to lay out a new plan at a court court hearing on friday. we reach out to them, to the state, state, and to open. caltrans replied that it does not plan te any public statement ahead of the hearing. > >> a new legal move in the battle over the search of formes search of former press's estate. port inity chavez has the late. chavez has the latest. >> reporter: former president donald trump wants to stop prest -- federal agents from going through the documents. trump filed a lawsuit seeking a specil lawsuit seeking a special master third-party a penny to be repord to review the documents. >> it happened >> it happened sometimes. i thik sometimes. i think from the point of view of the departmentf justice and justice itself, as long as it doesn't take too much much longer and delay things, that's fine. the justice departt fine. the justice department responded with a statement saying the first with authorized authorized by a federal court.
federal judge bruce reinhart could decide this week whether any portions of the affidavit ud to authorize the search warrant can be made public. >> he is going to tracy, and the the doj is what you try to see if there is some discrete paragh is some discrete paragraph that is actually educational to the public that they can go forward on. >> reporter: ficial tells cbs news that the justice department retrieve at least 150 150 classified documents from bs trump handed over to the national archives earlier this year. the national archives reld the national archives released a a letter it sent to trump attorneys explaining that among the items turned over in january were more than 100 document classification markings comprising more than 700 pages. some include the highest levelsf classification, including special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special access program material. special a >> we didn't see any educationan see any educational explanation about why he still had classified documents after the t documents after the first turnover of documents in february or the subpoena in june. why they kept finding thee
classified documents. >> reporter: a trump attorney signed a statement in june thint all classified material had been been returned to fbi agents foud more investments search. trinity trinity chavez, cbs news, new york. >> the asked national archives d the matter to the doj which cane a grand jury investigation. > >> a live look in our state capital where a new poll shows california voters support governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin governor newsom despite dissatin over where the state is headed. a uc berkeley poll found newsom newsom have the backing of 52% of registered voters compared to to 25% for state senator ryan dolly, who was a republican conservative who will compete at newsom in the november general.y 19% of voters are still undecided. some the high marks from voters concerned about the, covid, and defending abortion rights, but he got low marks on issues related to climate taxes, , and immigration. > >> just minutes ago, polls closed in the primary elections
in florida, new york, and oklah. results could have major implications for both parties is both parties in congress and potentially the next presidentil race. democratic gubernatorial s . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial cands . democratic gubernatorial say the states could be highern florida can't respect charlie crist estate agent commissioner nikki fried are considered the t runners. whoever wins will taken take on ron desantis. ron desantis is pushing for education. his rivals are making making abortion rights the key issue heading into november. >> floridians >> floridians what our school sm what our school system to be about educating kids, not indocg kids. >> a woman's right to choose is on the ballot. >> the first women vote. >> reporter: desantis is considered a top contender for the 24 presidential race. in ne, redistricting is pitting colleagues against each other. t against each other. current house oversight committee chairwoman, carolyn maloney, is in a contentious fight with
jerry nadler. >> i want to go back to congres. go back to congress. >> it is very unfortunate. >> of the >> of the oklahoma u.s. senate restaurant two trump loyalist are facing off. markwayne mullin and tw shan. the winner -- > >> still ahead, a former twitter twitter security official callst security official calls out thel media company relating. what this could mean for elon musk'sr deal. > >> a warning from the feds. is a a cybercriminals are targeting bay area businesses and who is most at risk. > >> a wild scene in portugal. the the video captured by a firefig. captured by a firefighter. > >> no such concerns across the bay area today. blue skies. jusa little hit of haze on the horiz.
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>> a sad update to a story we have been following closely on kpix 5. the placer county sherf has confirmed a body pulled from from a truckee reservoir is 16-year-old kiely rodni. an autopsy confirmed her identity.r confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her identity. volunter confirmed her ident dive team pulled a submerged car with her body from the prosser creek reservoir over the the weekend. this is the same area where the 16-year-old went to a party more than two weeks . than two weeks ago. the nevada county sheriff's office says thy are conducting a toxicology rep. conducting a toxicology report. > >> federal agencies winning covenants. a major ransomware at
against them. anne makovec joins joins us with who is at risk . >> reporter: basically everybod, but they are targeting healthcare companies and holdina hostage. the fbi says ransomware is becoming a booming industry. . the business model, if you will, allows bad actors to pay to get access to a control panet allows them to make ransomware s ransomware attacks worldwide. dt worldwide. different parts of the chain are responsible for dt tasks. >> they spanned the internet foe computer networks. then they install a backdoor. that they will advertise it. then they will have another group. they will actually sends -- pay the access people to get access. thn they will deployed the malicioue and lockup the hospital's data. >> a big bay demand cryptocurrency or bitcoin.
>> reporter: healthcare systems are easy targets because of a lack of money spent on information security. they alsoe security. they also have medical medical devices running on over types of software the company updated. the fbi says it is most most concerned about attacks from russia in north korea because we don't have extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extradition agreements with thoe extraditi countries. even if a identify the cybercriminal, they can't b. they can't be caught. > >> closing arguments are underweight in the lawsuits surrounding photos of the helicopter crash that killed nba nba legend kobe bryant, his daur kobe bryant, his daughter, and n other people. first responders k very graphic photos of the crash crash and then share them with other l.a. county fire insurance l.a. county fire insurance employees. bright's widow, vanea bright's widow, vanessa, is suing. today, would have been kobe bryant's 44th birthday. > >> the governor of texas is declaring a state of emergency
following heavy rainfall. states say it was the second worst raie in this history. one-woman died after her car became submerged. she had recently moved into a new apartment and lost everythi. >> i lost a lot of keepsakes. at of pictures. journals. >> the rising waters also impacted parts of utah and ariz. of utah and arizona. the heavy rain now crawling east, threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threatening louisiana and missi. threate > >> take a look at this video. this is out of portugal. by fir, dark smoke creating that smoke . creating that smoke nato. portugal has been seeing a lot f wildfires. > >> we check in with paul heggen. that is the fire just creating
its own weather system? >> it can happen with any prior, , but it doesn't happen with every wild fire. the fire has to to be hot enough. it depends one it depends on the wind directiod the terrain. it is striking whet happens. around here, we are having normal late august weather. fog tonight. they wille drizzle along the coast like we saw late last night and early this morning. the same pattern will repeat itself every mornins week. calling for the inland parts of the bay area on wednesday. normal temperatures across the entire bay area through the rest of the work week. the overall pattern will remain flat for the weekend to early next week. air-quality was was the one concern headed into today. we were forecasting modee we were forecasting moderate air-quality. some of the smoke was going to drift into the ski. as it turns out, it did make its
its way to ground level to any great extent. mostly green dots on the air-quality map. purple s purple means the quality is doing just fine. that is going to remain the case. good air-quality for everybody across the bay area tomorrow. be onshore wind pushing the smoke out of the bay area. just just smudge of hayes on the horizon. temperatures right now anywhere from the 70s to the 90s. 70 downtown. only 2 degrees warmer in oakland. mid 80s in san jose. jose. a few degrees above average. it's so hot further ind so hot further inland, in the low to mid 90s. your temperatures will back down tom. will back down tomorrow. if you are heading to the coliseum to watch the second game of the series against the miami marlin, against the miami marlins, temperature kpix.com will be right around 70 degrees and dropping down through the 60s. it will be widespread to begin
the day on wednesday. it will not take too long to dissipate wednesday. it will be more stubn will be more stubborn stubborn. the sunshine will break through as we head further into the afternoon. mid to upper 50s for low temperature tonight. some oe tonight. some of the warmer spots around 60 degrees. high ts tomorrow, almost exactly normal for this time of year. a slow wp year. a slow warm-up for as long long as the fog is hanging out.s should eventually reach up to the 60s. santa rosa gets rid of the fog faster. temperatures wam up faster. only in the mid-80s. average for late august. concord concord will be warm, but just e but just a degree above normal. 89 for the high temperature. ang on about 8:30 in the morning. san jose, a couple of degrees cooler than today. mid 80s. it might not feel fall like, but ae like, but an average august pattern. we can handle that. low
low 60s around the coast to 60s and 70s around the bay to 80s i. bay to 80s inland. temperatures will back down even more for th. only the a degree or two around the bay, but mid-60s around the bay. only around 80 degrees sane 80 degrees san jose and most of the santa clara valley. even the the warmest spots in the east by will only reach the low to mid 80s saturday and sunday. we could see that far below 90 degs far below 90 degrees in late august, that looks fine to me. we will zoom in for a closer lok at 5:30. > >> flames ripping through a san francisco apartment building, il happened near the visit zero. three people were injured inclug people were injured including two firefighters. young man had to make the frightening decision decision to jump out of a window window to save his own life. >> i opened the door. it was a cloudf
smoke. >> reporter: firefighters in >> reporter: firefighters in san san francisco battled a quick-mg fire. >> this is a rapidly progressinm fire. >> reporter: residents have very very little time to escape. >> i jumped from the second floor window down to the first . to the first floor. one of the r tenants from the downstairs was by the door and calling, everybody get out! otherwise, it have known which direction to g. >> reporter: our fighters did have to rescue one resident froe building who suffered smoke and. suffered smoke and elation. >> we are happy to say, this vim this victim is in stable condition and will be okay. >> reporter: but there were difs but there were difficulties in g the blaze. >> we have been confronted with many challenges of this fire. let alone, this building being
an older building, wood frame material. we have items. >> two firefighters suffered mir injuries. >> reporter: ironically, there have been recent social media posts questioning the fire depas questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fire departments questioning the fir resources. >> why do we need so many firefighters? >> reporter: in response, >> reporter: in response, jonathan baxter would like you to think about this. >> woman rescued. stable condit. woman rescued. stable condition. 13 residence counted for. one building on fire. that is what your san francisco firefighters are doing for you today. >> it's a lot. >> reporter: despite other efforts, that's little consolation to this resident. >> >> i saw flames coming out of apartment one. everything i owned is gone. >> reporter: the red cross is on
>> just two days away from the ' preseason finale, and 19 days away from the regular season op. the regular season opener. >> vern glenn joins us as the team enters the 2022 season with expectations. >> that opener with seattle, its it seems so far away, yet, so c. , so close. ever heard the phrae ever heard the phrase, super bowl or bust? popular among ther
teams. the 49ers are one of the. are one of them. for thursday'ss rehearsal final preseason game n houston, today head coach kyle n said, people had to play trey lance and most of the team's starters. they will play the fit half. san francisco is one of te is one of the favorites to win the super bowl lvii, especiallyr they came so close last season before a heartbreaking loss to the nfc championship game to thl rams. >> you come that close last year. you know that essentially the nfc championship was the sur bowl. you know, in our eyes, to the best teams in the league. when you come that close to actually being to the big dance, dance, it's hard to take down yr to take down your expectations for the next year, especially when you think the team is just as good if not better. we will . better. we will see. >> of all of the teams in the l,
only two make the super bowl, and only one presents the nfc. will start tomorrow. gametime ae after 5:00 p.m. deep in the heat of texas. >> we are talking about super bowl wedding. >> why not? > >> more trouble for twitter. what a top four security officil is accusing the company of hidi. > >> the best time to book your ae tickets. one week this year that that could offer you a hidden d. you a hidden deal. > >> krause already showing up.
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>> more local news at 5:30, incg news at 5:30, including the holiday travel. when you can sce hard-to-find deals for the next trip. > >> a new view of jupiter. you se berkeley astronomers explain how how the nasa research team got a a much better luck than they expected. > >> our top story, blowing the whistle on twitter. what a former security official says the company has been lying abou. has been lying about. >> new allegations against
twitter and what they mean for n musk's troubled takeover. >> elizabeth cook has been follg this. what do we know about the whistleblower? and should people people be concerned about priva. be concerned about privacy. >> reporter: the report was fild by peiter zatko. he was fired as security this year. the report was filed with the ftc any clais ftc any claims twitter like to e ftc about strengthening user se. strengthening user security. and and that nearly half of twitter's employees have access to some of the main critical co. the main critical controls. he says the lack of security rate concerns over the chinese and indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian governments having acces. indian go he also had accusations about how twitter mishandled fake accounts. the issue of fake accounts has been a sticking pot been a sticking point in elon musk's been to take over the platform. must and twitter are said to court later this year. zatko has already been subpoend by musk's loggers.