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may have noticed gas prices are dropping slightly after soaring to record highs. life is at thep have dropped for 70 days in a row now. >> in california, the average pe for a gallon of regular gas is down $0.44. >> some industry experts tell mx darrow, we are not out of the ws yet. >> reporter: the price of gas has dropped over the last 10 weeks or so. there may be a spot spot in your neighborhood like this one in burlingame where you you can find regular gas for less than $5.00 a gallon. when it's time to fill up, it's either here or cosco. >> the cheapest in town. >> reporter: gas is getting cheaper by the day. 70 days and counting. that doesn't mean it'. doesn't mean it's cheap. >> much better than they were two months ago. still high. >> reporter: across the bay
area, regular gas will cost you somewhere between $5.25 and $5.0 between $5.25 and $5.50 a gallon. we met at this gas station where if you pay cash, regular gas is $4.93. >> i am happy to see it as low. >> it is still pretty high. we are starting to see more stations in the bay area fall under the five dollars mark. >> reporter: good, the head of petroleum analysis at gasbuddy.t might not last. >> we might see the decreases tr off. we could see prices bouncig up. >> reporter: there is still cone there is still considerable volatility. >> we have never seen the national average do that in a se year. opec threatening today tot oil production in the months ah. in the months ahead. that concert has oil prices jumping p oil prices jumping up to about $94 a barrel. >> reporter: of oil prices continue to rise, that could impact the price you pay at the
pump. >> we are not out of the woods yet. prices may slowly inch up.i am hopeful that we've already sn that we've already seen the worst for 2022. >> reporter: they sure hope so. >> we get down to $4.50, that would be great. i am not sure how realistic that is. >> i just have to hope for the best. >> reporter: in burlingame, maxw in burlingame, max darrow. > >> the san francisco waterfront was a smoky mess after flames be out on pier four. the crews were were unable to save the buildint sat on the edge of the pier. its used as an army doctor before being taken over by the bureau f prisons, and dates back as far s 1925. this is what the aftermath aftermath look like from chopper chopper 5. crews cut into the pier. > >> flames also ripped through a
san francisco apartment building building this afternoon. it hapd on mcallister. three people wer, including two firefighters. regular roman spoke to a man. >> i opened the door. it was a cloudf was a cloud of black smoke. >> reporter: today, firefighters firefighters in san francisco battled a quick-moving fire. >> this is a rapidly progressinm progressing three-alarm fire wih over 100 firefighters on scene. >> i jumped from the second floor window down to the first floor. one of the other tenants from the downstairs without by e door, calling, everybody get ou! everybody get out! otherwise, i wouldn't have known which direction to go pick >> reporter: firefighters did have to rescue one resident from from the billing who suffered
smoke inhalation. >> we are happy to say, through an update to the hospital, this victim is in stable condition and will be okay. >> reporter: but there were difficulties in battling this blaze. >> we have been confronted withy been confronted with many challenges at this fire. let alone, this building being an older building, wood frame material. we haven't items suchs obstructed entryways. >> reporter: and all, one rescue rescue along with three cats ano firefighters who suffered minor injuries. ironically, there have have been recent social media posts questioning. >> why do we need so many firefighters? >> reporter: it response, publin it response, public information officer, jonathan baxter, would like you to think about this. >> >> one rescue. 13 residents, ald for. one building on fire. that is what your san francisco fire
fighters are doing for you toda. doing for you today. >> it's a lot. >> reporter: despite all their efforts, that's little consolation to this resident. >> >> i saw the flames coming out of the window. i was devastated. devastated. the only place i hae ever lived. everything i own is gone. >> reporter: the red cross is on on scene. for some, the long-term shock and trauma is jt beginning. >> it's just kind of heartbreak. just kind of heartbreaking. i don't know what i'm going to do. >> reporter: in san francisco, rick villaroman, kpix 5. >> 13 people were displaced and and two businesses were impacted. > >> new dash cam video shows thes the husband of house speaker nancy pelosi was arrested for a dui. >> are you sure you can complete complete the test? >> reporter: officers asked paul pelosi to do differet
do different sobriety tests. his sobriety tests. his porsche collided with the g. the other r was injured. investigators say pelosi's blood alcohol level was .082 at the time. pelosi pleaded guilty to misdemeanor di charges today. a judge sentenced the 82-year-old to five days in in jail and three years of prob. paul pelosi was not required to be in the courtroom today.'s defense attorney submit a the guilty plea. the napa county dit attorney says, this case was not not treated differently because of the high-profile defendant. >> this is a .082 dui with mild. dui with mild injuries. this cae is handled like any other case. all material decisions have beed decisions have been handled the way that they are supposed to be be handled. >> pelosi like to pay the victid pay the victim around thousand dollars in restitution. he will have to take a three-met class on alcohol awareness and install install a device on his car thal his car that will require a
breath sample before a start. after his jail sentence for paul paul pelosi will not have to report to jail. he was given credit for two they serve at the the time of his arrest. he got a a good contact credit for two other days and will serve eights will serve eight hours in the court's work program for the remaining days. > >> an update to a story we have been following, placer county sf has confirmed the body pulled from a reservoir is 16-year-old kiely rodni. the corner confirmed her identity. of volunteer dive team pulled the submerged car with her body from from the prosser creek reservoir over the weekend. this is the thing area for the 16-year-old went to a party more than two ws ago. the sheriff's office says they are also conducting a toxiy report. results are expected in four to six weeks. > >> communities across the bay area have been left her broken following the deadly shooting of of a loved ballet dancer in oakd dentist, lily shu.
>> she was alive. >> she was alive. she was a dancer. she was a swan. she wasg so beautiful. all the sudden, se is gone. >> i still can't believe. we just want to stop. >> oakland pd are continuing tok for information on the suspects have the vehicle they escaped in. the older model lexus sedan. sedan. > >> still to come, it's called the invisible epidemic. the new effort in california to ease a problem plaguing one in three ce students. > >> you can immerse yourself in a a life of an ancient exemption . an ancient exemption pharaoh. >> i was starstruck. > >> later, a big boost to the niners' defense. two key players
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>> students in livermore returning to the classroom toda. to the classroom today. lots ofs lots of families gathered outsie the elementary school before the the bell rang. some parents taking this first day of school pictures of their kids in front of the school fine. students were ready to be back in the cl. back in the classroom. >> i'm in fifth. >> i'm in second. >> i forget.
>> you were in kindergarten. >> so younger. students returned to s. livermore please are ramping upc are ramping up traffic safety patrols. officers are making sure drivers are slowing down. looking out for those kids crosg the street. > >> let's take a live look at the capital where governor newsom signed into law a bill aimed at reducing hunger among low income income college students. napa senator bill dodds says he offered the measure to make sure sure students can succeed in school without starving. under the new law, the students will be notified that they may qualiy that they may qualify for food assistance and other benefits. > >> a piece of ancient egyptian history is come to san francisc. come to san francisco. with 181s on display, the exhibit has been been called one of the greatestt collections to get the united s. get the united states. wilson wr got a tour today and found one f the biggest attractions is the n who put it all together. >> ancient egypt captured the hearts of pe.
if you ask us child aged 8, yol in egypt.they will they pyramid. the sphinx. ramses the second. >> reporter: with that signatur, dr. zahi hawass walked us throuh an exhibit that truly delivers e gold of the pharaohs. >> it shows his power, that he could reallye the gold mines, granite, alabas. >> reporter: but for all the incredible things to see, it wad to match the attention paid to e exhibit's curator. >> i was quite starstruck. >> reporter: people stopped to take pictures. after decadef decades of on television, he isg to one visitor, the face of egyn archaeology. >> this came because of the depression. that gave mee
idea. i talked about it as if im talking about my lover. >> reporter: >> reporter: along with the rams to work, zahi hawass is pushing toward the push to bring some , like the rosetta stone, back hoe to egypt. >> how the stone can be in a museum. it's time that thes of africa have to go back to the africa have to go back to the africans. >> reporter: not just a showman and promoter, he says he and promoter, he says he considers himself a defender of antiquity, and it's a job he clearly still relishes. >> if anyone talk about aliens with the pyras or things like that, i am the oe that stand up and say, no. thiss not true. >> reporter: the one and only. zahi hawass. the exhibis already drawing crowds. lines oa tuesday. don't worry. we have t.
it runs through february. in sn francisco, wilson walker, kpix 5. > >> out of this world pictures of jupiter with a local connection. >> a scientist from uc berkeley is leading the team. your they are. these are the latest pictures from the telescope. in positive images put rainbow aurs images put rainbow auroras and t stories on x-play. you can see galaxies photo bombing in the b. an astronomer from uc berkeley said that even they were surprised. >> it's remarkable. it's really quite impressive. on top of tha, we see all these galaxies in the the distance. look at jupiter. we would never have expected to basically see the universe behid it. >> that is really spectacular. the satellite uses infrared fils because infrared light is not visible to the human eye.
researchers work with citizen se work with citizen science judy schmidt of modesto to recolor ad make the details more apparent. >> i can't wait to see where they will claim that thing next. sometimes they release other nt they release other next targets are, and sometimes they don't. >> i want to see saturn. that was always my favorite of the p. >> i want to see some of the mos of the outer planets. some of the ones with a can of water. ea around jupiter. >> what about pluto >> what about pluto? pluto is ty not a planet. it is a star. >> dwarf planet. we flew by it. i would like to see it. > >> back on earth, normal weathe. normal weather. >> bring it back on down. >> boring. >> reporter: fog like last night. we will see some coastale see some coastal drizzle. a trace of rain. just moisture
accumulating on things with theg that slowly settles down to grod level. we will take whatever moisture we can get. some additional cooling for inland. s cooling for inland. temperatures across the entire area will bel area will be normal by wednesday wednesday afternoon. that is where we are going to say through the rest of the work week. the weather pattern remains quiet. more of a cooling cooling trend as we head into te we head into the weekend. slighy below average. the air-quality will be in the good category. green dots across the board. today was a surprise. we thoughe would see some dropping into the dropping into the moderate category for air-quality. a little bit of smoke drifted inte smoke drifted into the upper levels of the atmosphere in northern california, but it stayed there. you can see haze on the horizon did not cause us breathing difficulties. now the fog is taking over. look at thek hopkins hotel. jupiters dropped significantly. mid-60s in oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further inland, tempers
oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further inland, tempers oakland. further in the 70s in san jose. night is in concord. still 92 degrees right now in concord. tomorrow,r temperatures could top out aroud 90 degrees. is going to backup out of the inland valley as qui. inland valley as quickly. it will be a little more stubborn d the bay. a little more time for the potential drizzle to accumulate and a little more time for the sunshine breaks th. i think temperatures will back off a little bit, even by the water. we will start off in the mid to upper 50s to around 60 degrees. not a whole lot of variation on the map. inland spots are going to warm up muchr with the participating much mor. by noon, inland spots in the 70s . the warmest locations in the low 80s. 50s and 60s near the w. temperatures in san francisco will hit the upper 60s once the sun breaks through. mid-80s inld breaks through. mid-80s inland in the north bay. a mix of upper upper 80s and a few low 90s as you go for inland in the east b.
in the east bay. when the warmest spot are only 92 degrees 92 degrees in august, we are doing just fine. cooler temperas just fine. cooler temperatures. it won't be a huge cool down, me a degree or two. down to around 84 high temperatures in san jose. same for the north bay. et bay, temperatures will stay in the 80s. for the last weekend of of august, that's looking pretty pretty good to me. >> that's amazing. last week of august, in the 80s. that is? >> of course, it is the bay area. we are not through with summer. >> until halloween. >> figures cross, we don't jinx it. > >> coming up, a major boost fore niners' defense just in time for for the final preseason game. > >> don't forget to join us for our new 7:00 a.m. weekday newsct 7:00 a.m. weekday newscast streaming on pluto tv, channel 397, and on any platform using the free cbs news app.
preseason finale coming up thursday, the 49ers are gettingr with cornerback emmanuel moseled defensive tackle eric armisteadh returning to practice on monday. armistead's sprained his knee during the first week of camp. he hopes to be able to play week week one in chicago. defensive coordinator, demeco ryans mrs. g the former first-round pick ande of the best defensive lineman back in practice is a boost to e entire defense. >> he has a great player. anytime you can get a really grt player back to help our defenses help our defense is fun. to have have a true leader of our team, to have you back at practice being active, for me is upliftig to everyone. >> with the red and gold report, report, i am vern glenn. > >> still ahead, the east bay firefigh
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oakland firefighters had to climb into a sewer to make a rescue. the creature in need, ae dog that got stuck underground. >> firefighters used dog food to to lure the dog out. they namedm sparky junior. he is in the carf angel -- animal services. look at that face. >> i love the end of the night, hearing great news. little sparky is doing great. i am sure he will find a loving home if e doesn't already have one. >> he can limit the fire department. > >> the news continues streamingn news continues streaming on cbs news bay area. - you okay? - there's a flex alert today so i'm mentally preparing for the power outage. oh, well we can help stop one because we are going to reduce our energy use from 4-9pm.
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