California gas prices continue to climb
RICHMOND (KGO) -- The Chevron Refinery fire has contributed to something that affects almost all of us -- rising gas prices.
According to AAA, the average price for regular gasoline in San Francisco is now $4.17, which is the highest in the state. Overnight prices in San Jose rose one cent to $4.12. Oakland is also up a penny to $4.11.
The price of gas in California is skyrocketing. We're also paying an average of 23 cents more a gallon compared to just two weeks ago. The Richmond Refinery fire took a lot of oil out of production.
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