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san francisco police >> pam: searching for this man. he's wanted for murder. after they say he shot and killed one woman. and seriously wounded another in the south of market area. >> pam: it all apparently started after a confrontation turnedkron 4's justine waldman is live in san francisco. where she just spoke with the >> reporter: he shot and killed more and been critical critically injured the driver. key moments ago about the heinous crime >> this is not a tragic homicide that does not occur with some form of the tally. this is a dangerous person that we need to get him in custody to >> reporter: 23 your old michael green 511 230 lbs. with the beard and long hair. for you are b.p. 704
license plate number. police are also looking for the moment in the red dress. they're like to talk with our. if you see this man did not approach just do not approach pam: 911 immediately. >> pam: new tonight at 8-- >> pam: a teacher stabbed multiple times with a pencil. that is what santa rosa police say happened. at mid- santa rosa. >> pam: kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story. he details. j.r?
>> reporter: yellow tape and a police officer went after an instructor during lunch. >> teacher was injured today by a student. >> reporter: 16 year-old male who stepped the teacher multiple times in the hat neck and arms. he did not use a knife he used a method can of cold council. he used a mechanical pencil >> reporter: >> i want to make sure but i am sure you all, i have a i am a parent with a two-year year old. i will take care of your children. >> reporter: one else was hurt during the melee. the
injuries the teacher suffered are not life threatening >> reporter: as to why this happened, officers are still trying to figure this out. the student does not have or had not had a history of violence in the past. anothe big story.the rain came in a big way yesterday least a dozen accidents or spin-outs on highway- 17 in the santa cruz mountains. >> reporter: this was by far the worst. >> reporter:about a mile north of the o'clock this afternoon. four people were trapped in a car that landed upside down. at the bottom of an 80- foot ravine. to safety. >> reporter:video you will
on see only kron 4 truck barrled off a side - and onto highway - 101. right at the start of the morning commute just before six -this morning in tiburon. authorities believe the fortunately, no one was >> reporter:lafayette power lines down vo -taken around 3pm in lafayette and diablo mt. blvd and 2nd street. power poles at a construction site, which crews were digging near, fell over after the ground became soft. power lines fell on in the area, including the traffic light at the intersection. lines cleared and 2nd street reopened at 2pm. >> pam: tonight. there are clear >> pam: chief meteorologist in our weather center with
a look at what's ahead. jacqueline? >> jacqueline: regiment not to inches of rain. richmond. palo alto are over an inch. take a look right now you can see the brain has come to an and locally. a few lingering snow showers in the higher elevations. there is a chance which is seeking a way where it shourd. this portion of the north bay here. wrapping background so we could seek isolated showers. let's talk more about the forecast and what does that mean to ski resorts opening soon.
>> pam: time to get our your skis now open! business. it got a couple of new inches of snow. locals say, they can't wait to get back on the slopes. and the resort says, the crowds are only going to get bigger. >>it's kind os of slushy right now." ". a hill open" >> pam: heavenly is set to opensquaw valley opens a week from today. november 27th. just in time for thanksgiving. doors december 13th. dates are still to be determibned. donner says, it will open as soon as winter arrives.
>> pam: we are less than a day away from a critical vote which could turn the bay area commute back into chaos. the bart district board is set to reject a tentative contract agreement reach with the unions last month. tonight dan kerman explains why and talks to the union to see if a thumbs down vote means they will go back on strike >> i expect that the board will reject the con track because of the expense of family medical leave act provision. >> reporter: member unions have already ratified because the provision should have should not have been approved because is to cost lee. costly >> that is completely false.
i think that they are putting that number out there because want to remake. renig >> reporter: >> state of this is in the board's pants. i guess we will pick up the pieces and see where we are at after that. the boy >> reporter: would take public comments on this item. and then they will come back out and take a public vote. in oakland dan cronin kerman
tale. but it's true. this was what washed up on san it's believed to be a salmon >> reporter:turns out when he got a good look at the shark he realized it was dying and it was too late to do anything. >> reporter:but still an amazing sight >> pam: ahead at eight. >> pam: new details tonight about a sobrante elementary school. girl out of class. >> pam: plus: after saving gotham city. a-k-a san francisco. the 'batkid' is back home and talking about his day as a superhero. >> pam: and next: outrage from some people over a north bay high school mascot. why the name is sparking controversy. and what may be done about it.
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>> pam: new tonight at 8-- >> pam: vallejo high school is about after a controversykron-4's scott rates was there for tonight's vote. i >> am not a relic. i.m. a living human being and i am not a mascot. think he'll. thank you! >> i was going to go up and say if this is a disrespectful to them than by all means, make the
change. >> this after this >> reporter: school board voted ionesco it was a celebration. >> people have a conscious thought about how they see us and it feels pretty good (laughter) >> reporter: school board stated that they will retire the mascot it will not be done overnight because it is all over school and it will cost money to remove it but it is a big day for the native american community >> pam:
news tonight at 8 >> pam: we're learning new details at a school in el sobrante earlier this month. that an unknown man. may have spent as long as 45 - minutes wandering around an elementary school campus. >> pam: kron 4's charles clifford >> reporter:according to the contra costa county sheriff's department, the man you see here walked into the main office of el sobrante christian elementary school just after noon on november 4th. we now know that he referred to himself as james. he said he was there to wait for the mother of a student, he also identified that student by name. >> reporter:the sheriff's department says the man then left the office and wandered around the school. you can see him in this surveillance video casually walking around the campus..
occasionally talking on a cell phone. janae faulk, who spoke to kron 4 last week, is the parent he said he was there to see. she has no idea who >> reporter: >>i was really really scared. >> reporter: instructed to return to the 45 minutes.. he left the campus. he never made contact with the student or any other child. >> reporter:following the incident, the school held a meeting for parents last week to address the situation. there are now plans in the works to add additional cameras around the campus, to make some of the fencing taller and to revamp the security policy. >> reporter:the man is describe as an african american male, 6'2", with a medium build and waist- length dreadlocks. anyone with information is asked to contact the contra costa county sheriff's department. >> reporter:in the east bay,
charles clifford kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: it is possible that we could seek way worked showers pushing towards the north bay. the earlier today we had tropical moisture that is what it was soaked raining out here. i should concede that has moved on. we are going to keep cali schist skies and of the '40's and lower 50s. woman that today sunshine by tomorrow at 11 in the morning. will '60s bay area wide. hayward 63.
mount weather also as we head into the weekend. as for the sierra still ongoing highest elevations of a thousand feet. amateur weather advisories for the higher levels. we will pick up a couple of inches of snow fresh powder you are planning on still sing cloud coverage as we head into the weekend. hong >> reporter: it is one of
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>> reporter:set it for an hour while they do homework or here's an idea make the whole family put their cell phones time. the kitchen safe will be in online now it cost $50. " >> pam: we're getting you ready for dining and shopping guide here on kron 4. and goodies' special. coming up friday night at 9p-m. vicki liviakis and gabe slate show you the best holiday eats, treats and hottest tech gadgets. that's airing right here friday at 9 p-m. i love having a free checked bag
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>> pam: at 8-- >> pam: "batkid" miles scott is back home after living out a dream of being batman for a day -- and saving gotham >> pam: what he has to say about his >> pam: plus: former president bill clinton. talk show queen oprah winfrey. and late astronaut sally ride among nation's highest civilian awards today. >> pam: and next-- >> pam: disturbing video from vallejo. of a disabled pedestrian stuck by a car and dragged to his death. what we're learning about the victim. >> jacqueline: weather coming up
(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: now at 830a routine walk to the neighborhood store. endspolice say edwin andrews was struck by a cars. then dragged to his death by another car. and as kron 4's haaziq surveillance video. >> reporter:this is video of 41-year-old edwin andrewsa disabled the intersection of broadway next is rather disturbingas andrews attempts crossing the streetsurveillance intersection records this carsideswiping himknocking him to the grounda 2nd carnearly hits himthenbefore he could get back on his feeta 3rd vehicle runs over >> reporter:it gets worseapparently the struck andrewswho was underneath the vehicleand dragged from that the driverwho is described as an elderly man was flagged down here at
the intersection of stanford and pronounced him dead at the scene >> reporter:as for this stretch of roadpeople in the neighborhood say it is dangerous for pedestrains >>"people drive like maniacs and they race" >> reporter:edwin andrews relatives tell person, well liked in thecommunitywho leaves behind a daughter, and a grand daughterhaaziq madyun kron4news
>> pam: a rainy couple of days across the bay area. with earlier today. and tonight. there are clear skies ahead. in our weather center with a look at what's ahead. jacqueline? >> jacqueline: largely clear. showers to the north of the spiri probably by ford in the morning issue largely be diminished. lake tahoe a lingering snow showers
through this sierra. was it pushes down to the south door conditions. plastic look it futurecast with dry conditions among the bay area. showers and to the early morning with hopping up a in to the 4:00 5:00 hour. we will see dreier conditions for the rest of the workweek. >> pam:t tonight with online dating with a twist. focusing on one thing. grant? now >> reporter: there is a website setting people up based on looks. they are
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young the owner. he is referring to this driver making multiple shops at the stop at the shop to make deliveries. here he is again backing up into a driveway. he has some town somehow attempted or somehow up cracked his until light. he leaves, only to return with more to dump derrick this guy was a regular customer. but the nasa record customer was to die and the audio. he had the nerve to drop down heard the vehicle appeared now at night this pickup are arrived at a woman jumps out. she even has her own bathroom tissue
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