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where a big chunk of that money >>n tha nearly $100 billion budget surplus, governor newsom says around $18 billion will go directly into californians' pockets to help offset inflation, high gas prices and other cost burdens. for most of us, including phyllis kinsella, grocery runs aren't cheep endeavors these days. >> everything has gone up. >> reporter: neither are trips to the gas station. there is often a big line at this one in san mateo because it's one of the cheaper spots around at about $5.65 a gallon. greg bryant spent almost $100 today. >> gas prices are quite high. >> reporter: inflation is deflating spirits. >> it's hard for people to live. >> perhaps the most important thing right now in people's minds is how to lower costs. and that's why we're pro poeting $18.1 billion to put become in the pockets of millions and millions. forniansmillions of
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>> reporter: governor newsom's proposed inflation relief package inc at ris gas prices. however, the governor said today -- >> our rebate is across the spectrum. for you it could be a rebate to address the issue of groceries. >> reporter: the proposal also includes $750 million in incentive grants to provide three months of free public transit. $2.7 billion for emergency rental assistance for qualified low income tenants, $1 funny pour billion to help californians pay past due utility bills. pausing the diesel sales tax, and more. >> hopefully we can get some money. i guess that would help some people out that need it. >> these are all temporary measures. you have to deal with the supply issues. and once you deal with that, then the prices will start coming down again. >> basically solve the problem of inflation, but it's definitely going to aleleviate the pain for a lot of people. >> reporter: especially for
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lower income says csu economics professor kai ding. because he sees this as more of a band dade, not a solution. >> to address inflation you really have to figure out your problem and supply chain problem. >> reporter: the legislature has until the end of june to finalize the budget. in millbrae, max darrow, kpix 5. well, now let's take a live look inside chase center. we're counting down to tip-off. game six of the warriors' battle to finish off the memphis grizzlies. we'll have more in a bit. >> but first, we want to show you how warriors fans are getting ready this evening. >> reporter: the warriors have a tall task tonight. they don't want the go back to memphis for game seven. they want to wrap it up here in front of their fans. warriors had a tough night on wednesday. >> yes. >> hoych confidence do you have in them to get this one tonight? >> a lot of confidence. this team has gotten three-time champions. they've been in the finals five
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times. they got the championship dna. but they're in a tough spot. >> you know, in a way, it was like sweet because we had tickets for the sixth game. they had to lose in order for us to have the sixth game. >> reporter: the warriors want the put that 39--point loss in the rear view mirror. tip-off will be just after 7:00. at chase, andrea nakano, kpix 5. sunny skies across the bay area, and if you thought today was nice, you're in luck. warmer weather is on tap for the weekend. >> first alert meteorologist paul heggen here with more on that rosy outlook. >> temperatures finally warmed up today, a little bit. but to about what's normal for this time of year. tells you how chilly it was for the last several days. normal temperatures felt kind of toasty. slightly above average. made it to 81 in concord in santa rosa. 77 degrees in san jose. anywhere from 4 to 7 degrees above average. but that's not that far a departure from the normal high temperatures. tomorrow we're going warm up
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even more. a good 5 to 10 degrees above average. it puts us close to 70 in san francisco. at least briefly before the onshore wind kicks back in. temperatures a good dozen degrees above normal inland. san jose got to 77 today. should get to 85 degrees tomorrow. and close to 90 degrees in concord. the very hottest spots could touch 90 degrees for the high temperatures saturday afternoon. that's not record-setting. we have to be well into the 90s to even threaten record territory in the middle of may. we'll fill in the rest of the map and show you what to expect for your saturday coming up in just ah few minutes. >> thank you, paul. new charges in death of a 3-year-old girl from san jose. the child's grandfather and uncle now accused of child abuse after she died in what's being described as an exorcism. details on this disturbing case. >> reporter: 59-year-old rene trigueros and 19-year-old aaron hernandez santos appeared together in court as they were both formally charged with child
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abuse, causing the death of 3-year-old arelli dough. her mother was charged with the same crime. >> all three defntser involved in the ongoing abuse of arelli dough on september 24th. so while they each did specific different physical acts, they all were involved in this abuse. >> reporter: the death happened inside a small church located behind this house on soth second street in san jose. a statement of facts states the defendants believe the girl was possessed by a demon because she would sometimes wake up at night and cry or scream. the defendants say they took the girl to the church to pray for her and physically forced her to invol vomit. >> arelli doe was strangled to the point of unconsciousness. he shad fingers shoved down her throat to where she had multiple
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injuries to her mouth and tongue. aurlelli dote had force put on her body with so much force applied she lost consciousness. >> reporter: she eventually stopped breathing but family members waited an hour to call 911. a coroner's report concluded she died from asphyxiation which led to the brother and uncle being charged in addition to the mother who was arrested in january. four days earlier, the mother claudia posted a youtube video discussing her daughter's death, but not fully explaining it. >> because i cannot change what is, you know. it is what it is. i've learned to think positive, you know. it's because -- it's many reasons why god took her. >> reporter: public defenders assigned to the case did not want to comment. all three defendants will back in court to enter their pleas in june. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. authorities in contra costa county have served a new search warrant in the disappearance of
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alexis gabe. investigators were seen searching the antioch home of gabe's ex-boyfriend. and cameras caught them carrying evidence bags out of the home. the front door appeared to be knocked off its hinges. there is no word yet from police on who was home or what was seized during that search warrant. the 24-year-old oakley woman has been missing since late january. police say that the home is where she was last seen. they're checking to see if the location is linked to her disappearance. following a rash of freeway shootings, governor newsom is setting aside money for a network of closed circuit cameras on california freeways. the pilot program will install new cameras at intersections along freeways across alameda and contra costa counties. there were 48 freeway shootings in the bay area last year. seven people lost their lives. the news of cameras going up along the freeways is a prayer answered for family members who lost loved ones. >> i've cried since w
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talked. that's like the best news. if they were to tell me who did it, that would be even better. but to know that another mother doesn't have to sleep wondering what happened to their child is like -- it's the best thing ever. >> well, alameda county sheriff says the cameras will help provide instant information on suspect vehicles, and could also serve to deter freeway violence. still ahead on kpix 5 and cbs news bay area, the bay area's become california's covid hot spot. the new recommendations from top health officials. plus flames rip through this apartment complex in san francisco. the teachers who rushed in to the fire to save people's lives. and an exciting update in the effort to help keep a long-time candy and ice cream shop from closing. the huge show of support from you, our viewers.
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>> reporter: students at santa clara university are taking extra steps to stop the spread of covid this week. >> i'm more concerned for people who are at risk or older and have compromised immune systems. so it's more for them than it is for me. >> reporter: some were getting tested today while others handed out masks. >> so we have 1085s which are recommend for people to use in classrooms. the cdc is recommending these as the best face masks. >> reporter: our recommendation is now coming back across the bay area as cases are four to five times higher than they were a few weeks ago. >> definitely with people getting comfortable or fatigued with the covid, you can totally see why it's happening. >> reporter: part of the latest guidance from health leaders once again seek out places with gad ventilation and keep large gatherings outside. >> it's important to celebrate, but celebrate as safe as possible. >> reporter: from the peninsula to the north bay, the message is the same. enjoy time together, but take the necessary steps to avoid getting covid-19.
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>> it's time to take action, and it's time to take action across the bay area. and we t is an important step for our communities to take. >> reporter: county leaders and health experts know people are tired of wearing masks after more than two years. but they hope people will still see them as a tool to fight covid-19 and an item that should be a part of their daily wardrobe. >> i see them as part of my attire. i don't think when can i walk around with pants. it is helpful to me, it's helpful to others. >> reporter: not just masking, but also testing, which continues to only capture a portion of the number of people who actually have covid. santa clara university will require its students to get tested for the next two weeks. >> i guess just be mindful of other people's health other than your own. >> reporter: a well-known approach by now hoping to avoid a larger surge in cases this summer. shawn chitnis, kpix 5.
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in san francisco, seven people were hurt when this raging fire broke out at an apartment complex in the city's western addition. you can see the wall of flames and the thick black smoke. chopper 5 video shows the extent of the damage. the fire broke out just after 5:00 this morning on ink ca lane. five people were rescued. san francisco unified tweeted that these two teachers from rosa parks school ran into the burning building and helped rescue elderly residents. the district is calling them heroes. >> no doubt. well, concert season officially back at leon matthias starts on sunday. there is a sold out coldplay show. chopper 5 footage there. crews setting up for the big event. it's been one thousand days since the last concert at levi's. >> this will be the busiest concert season we've had since opening leon matthias in 2014.
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>> an update. candy and ice cream shop that was struggling to survive. that was until the community stepped in to help, and now things are looking up after our story. >> people say all the news is negative. no no, no, this is great. yesterday we reported the customer at preston's candy who helped create rescue boxes they're called for the shop's patrons to purchase. he hoped that creative idea could bring in, well, a few extra hundred dollars for the shop. preston's owner says more and more people are showing up to buy the rescue boxes. >> and i remember the day i said irene, there is going to be a $4,000 deposit to your bank account today. and at 77 years old, she stopped and said i can make my rent! and she did a dance right here in the middle of the store. and then we cried a little bit. so that's been the initial support before you guys showed up, before cbs came and helped us out. and after the cbs report, we started seeing numbers that were
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five, six, seven times that. >> wow. >> i know somebody who bought one. >> i did. i knew my boys were going to love them. i think it's going to be a nice little tasty treat. but i know they have a lot of people that are ordering. >> you might have to wait. >> that's okay. that's okay. >> order one of the rescue boxes. and they sell monthly subscriptions too. >> you have that option. >> one for paul and one for me? >> maybe now i will. absolutely. why not? >> one for the whole newsroom. >> 7 1/2 shopping months until christmas. >> keep imcoming. everybody loves candy. why not. >> in the video, it's the mix of everything. it's cappuccino and all these different flavors in there looked really good. >> the crazy candy. >> i want to know what that is. >> anything chocolate. >> i'm in. >> something for everybody weather-wise too. a warm-up today. the warm-up continues tomorrow. it's not going the last all that long, though. let's take a look at the big picture pattern.
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our temperatures are going to peak tomorrow with an area of high pressure in the upper-levels of the atmosphere pressing down on us. and the weight of the air on top of us compresses the air at ground level and it warms up. that's going to slide to the east. the next system is going the miss us, sending moisture to the pacific northwest on sunday. but we'll see passing clouds, and it is going to be close enough to pro squeeze the atmosphere with cooler temperatures on subdivision. you can see the fog hanging out behind the buildings of downtown, lurking along the coast. it's going to make its move later on this evening. temperature now stands at 61 for the cool location. it's still 80 degrees in santa rosa. temperature has dipped to below 70 in san jose. still in the 70s for livermore and concord. good dog walking this evening, but it's on the cool and breezy side. cool and breezy conditions, they seem to have found a way the keep each other warm. they can get out for a walk tomorrow in the warmer temperatures. steadily dropping through the rest of this evening. the wind is going to die down once the sun goes down this evening. noticeable wind gusts out there
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right now. those are going to diminish rapidly. and tomorrow morning, a pretty calm start to the day. and we're going remain pretty calm as we head through the first half of saturday. that allows the temperatures to warm up, even in san francisco and along the coast. they're not going to be dramatically above average, but a couple of degrees above normal. mr. time for temperatures to warm up inland, where highs are going to reach to a good dozen degrees above average for the onshore wind picks up. it will be noticeable by tomorrow afternoon and evening, but stronger for the second half of the weekend. the fog is going to spread across the bay into the inland valleys by tomorrow morning. so reduce visibilities pretty widespread across the bay area to start the day. but it's not going the take long for the visibilities to improve. should it be unobstructed by about 10:00 in the morning. temperatures start off in the low to mid-50s. the coolest spots in the north valley. dropping below 50 degrees. high temperatures tomorrow a 30 degree spread across the bay area. 62 along the coast of pacifica to 92 degrees for high temperature in fairfield. close to 70 in san francisco.
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mid 70s for oakland and the east bay, temperatures inland. mostly in the 80s. then we start dropping back already on sunday. temperatures drop back to about where we were today with passing clouds overhead. i think you should be able to see the lunar eclipse if that is on your agenda sunday evening. temperatures hovering close to normal monday, tuesday and wednesday. subtle little ups and downs to our temperature pattern there. but more cool air is going to missile in for thursday and friday. passing clouds. that slim chance we had for some showers on thursday has become a none chance of any showers on thursday. we'll talk more about what you need to know to catch the lunar eclipse sunday evening coming up t 7:0 winner. >> exactly. >> undefeated. thanks. we've got the cbs evening news coming up. >> here is margaret brennan with a preview. margaret? >> good evening, alan and liz. coming up with kpix 5 at 6:00, congress launches an investigation into america's growing baby formula shortage. we talk to frustrated parents
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who said it took them weeks to find formula for their infants. that's tonight on the cbs evening news. only one thing left to do in this series. that is finish off the memphis grizzlies tonight. game six between the dubs and
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players off the bench. that would be otto porter jr. he is out in this game, dealing with a foot injury. so we will not see him. he did miss the second half in memphis, and it is a big loss for the second unit. he combined for 25 points in games three and four. both warriors wince. my keys for the game tonight. number one, start fast. dubs have not led after the first quarter in any game this series. the 3-2 lead than the obvious problems, cut down on the turnovers and rebound. 95-7 the games. john dickinson says the dubs need to treat tonight like it's their game seven. >> it's huge. you got to win tonight. bottom line, you don't want the go back. it's been a madhouse in that building in the three games in this series. the grizzlies have talked a lot about how they're not running from any smoke. they want to bring all the smoke back to fedexforum on monday night. the warriors need to close this thing out. >> another thing i've noticed
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about this series is klay and steph not shooting the ball well. they picked it up a little bit the last game. can the warriors win if their big three is not on point like last game? >> yeah, they can. they'd have to grind it out kind of like they did when they almost won game two and when they won game four here. but the path of least resistance is start hitting shots from the perimeter. that's what this team is all about. put pressure on the grizzlies to feel like they have to keep up. obaneeespeciallyn thuilding. to golf. phil mickelson will not be defending his title. lefty has not played since early february and is still at odds with the tour over the new saudi funded super league. well, the nhl has heated up three elimination games tonight, and three game sevens tomorrow. one of those games being this guy right here, evander kane. he let kings fans know their series was going the distance.
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the former shark scored twice last night. he has seven goals of the series. edmonton wonder to stay alive. and good news for padres manager bob melvin. he is out of the hospital, and no cancer was found following prostate surgery. and he is hoping to return to the team when san diego visits oracle park for a series against the giants next week that will do it for sports from the chase center. the teams have warmed up. we are ready to go. it's game six that feels like a game seven, because the last thing we want to do is head back to memphis and have this series carry on. the dubs have been pretty good at responding all season. i don't see why they don't do so tonight. >> i don't think they've lost at home in the postseason. get your seat. >> something about that energy inside that arena, it's pretty great. >> up next, k-9s graduating from the chp academy. what it takes t
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making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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a group of k-9 officers ready to hit the streets and protect their community. >> these top dogs went through several months of intense training. >> one of nine graduating from the academy. the dogs and their handlers go through 11 weeks of training. >> this is the first graduating class trained in detecting narcotics and explosives. this year the k-9 team goes through agility skills that builds trust with their handlers. >> we're looking for a great temperament. we're looking for a strong social police dog, a dog that can operate amongst a whole bunch of people, not show any aggression, and then go out and do its job. >> those dogs learn to work the different scenarios, apprehending suspects, of course, and they have various crimes to deal with. >> and then they learn how to futikena and other drug
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i have the say whenever sigh see these dogs in public, i know you're not supposed to pet them. it's so hard because they're so beautiful. they're so cute. >> oracle park. >> the dogs have to arn not to be o
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