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heaters. this as we have been experiencing cold temperatures across the bay area as kids head to school in the morning. good evening i'm vicki liviakis. (jr stone) and i'm j-r stone in for grant lodes tonight. those parents are now demanding action. kron 4's terisa estacio explains what is going on and when the problem could be solved. i am here in hayward, at treeview elementary school... a mother reached out to us... after learning her son's 3rd grade classroom hasn't had heat in weeks... and he isnt the only one... ana barajas, parent "this is not good for the children... they don't learn like this." ana barajas says she contacted kron four news because she was frustrated to hear abou the conditions at her son mateo's school in hayward. she said she felt awful for other children as well and knew it just wasnt right what she was hearing. barajas. some children live in cars, they need a safe p treeview, other parents and kids told unified s district - and they told me erm surrouding the heating system... and that quote, maintenance staff worked to address the situaiton withink one business day of receving notice by implementing both
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short term aremembedies and a long term solution. the heat will be working in the classrooms as welary as this afternoon. ana. i just want something done. in hayward, terisa estacio kron four news. (vicki) (vicki)another big story we
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are following tonight is the release of police body camera footage in napa(jr)it was early last wednesday morning when police shot and killed a man who was wanted for hitting a woman... this after an extended chase.kron 4's dan kerman is live at napa city hall with more... dan napa ois bodycam 1210185 insert last wednesday morning... that lead to a chase and ultimately a napa police officer shooting and killing the suspect 27 year old david molina. monday, napa's police chief released edited 911 audio and edited police bodycam videosot i thought its important to provide a transparent
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component to what's occurring through a park, over a fence and into a ravine. sot robert plummer/napa police chief :45 despite officers commands molina failed to comply over 31 times he is told to comply show us your hands stop running, molina failed to police say the chase went on more than 5 minutes, the officer finally catches up and is able to cuff one of the suspects hands... but then things go horribly wrong ---nats--the chief says thats the sound of the suspect grabbing the officers ar-15 automatic rifle and firing multiple times... no one is hit... then over the next 20 seconds another struggle , and this time the officer regains control of his weapon--nats-- sot molina then says some curse words and comes towards the officer and then fearing he has already in a struggle for his life discharges the weaponmolina died on the scene.. .police say the weapon he reportedly was carrying, this 38 special, was found 75 feet from the shooting occurred.205/shooting occurred
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(vicki) as 2018 comes to an end... it brings with it the first officer involved shooting of the year for a peninsula city police say a man with a history of mental illness was critically wounded and hospitalized following the shooting... kron4's haaziq madyun shows you where it happened two officers use their weapons during an incident that happened on monday around 8:47am at a home on the 400 block of lincoln avenue in redwood city. police were responding to a 911 call of butcher's knife sot
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confronted the man on the side yard of the home. he was allegedly holding a knifesot investigator say the man is a 33-year-old redwood city resident, with a history of mental illness who lives at that home with his wife and two small childrensot police say the mother suffered minor injuries. children were not harmed. no officers were injured. chief mulholland says both officers have received crisis intervention training which includes how to handle someone suffering from a mental illness episode. however...sot the san mateo county district attorney's office handles all officer involved shooting investigations in the county, including this one...in redwood city haaziq madyun kron4news (jr stone) the raiders picked up
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their third win of the season yesterday against the pittsburgh steelers, but all the talk today is about the news they made off the field. the organization has decided to part ways with general manager, reggie mckenzie. kron4 sports reporter jason dumas is live at the team's headquarters in alameda with more... jason? this move did not come as a shock to a lot of people including myself. ever since jon gruden got here this summer, he has put his footprints all over this organization. trades, signings, all of that. and that made reggie mckenzie expendable. now gruden has said all the right things that
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he and reggie work together and were always on the same page, but not many people were buying it and this latest move confirms that.one thing that was surprising is the timing of this -- i expected it to happen at the end of the season. the raiders just won their third game of the season yesterday. i didn't think they'd want me sitting here talking about something like this after a win, especially since they've come so few and far between. i asked jon "there was a meeting last night and changes have been made. i respect everything that this organization is about. i can't exactly say why the change was made last changes were made. and continue to fight and continue to build this team back. and that is what we are going to do. it's worth noting that reggie mckenzie has had some great years as a gm here for the raiders. he won gm of the year in 2016 -- he was also the man who drafted derek carr and khalil mack. but now going forward, this will be the jon
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gruden show. reporting from the oakland raiders headquarters, i'm jason dumas, kron4 sports (vicki) happening now... teachers at oakland high school are not happy with their paor lack of contracts. now-- there is a bargaining impasse between the school district and the teachers union. those teachers and their supporters walked out of class and marched to city hall today kron4 's will tran was there as it happened. he oakland unified school district has issued a warning to oakland high school
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teachers planning a work stoppage monday to not call-in sick, according to district officials. the teachers plan to march to city hall to call attention to a bargaining impasse between the school district and the teacher's union, organizers said. district officials said educators who participate in the "sick out" might be subject to disciplinary action and a loss of pay. the teachers can't use sick leave or personal leave - it will go unpaid and a doctor's note may be required from teachers who use sick leave, according to district officials. teachers who are frustrated over lack of progress over a new contract have are threatening to strike this morningthe teachers plan to gather at 730 at the school and then march to city hall hoping to get oakland mayor libby schaaf to step in the teachers say they haven't had a new contract in two years and the current proposal amounts to about a 70 dollar a year raise.
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(anchor1) taking a live look outside-- our sutro camera overlooking the golden gate bridge. (anchor 2) time now to check on our weather... meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: a weak storm brought a few showers to the bay area this morning out of t afternoon mostly sunny skies had returned. tonight will be mostly clear and cold with patchy dense valley fog in the north and east bay. on the satellite you can see the cold front that moved through and is now headed toward southern
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california. there's another one that will drop in from the gulf of alaska tomorrow night and wednesday. but it will only bring a slight chance of showers. tomorrow will be mostly sunny with a few clouds late. highs will be in the 50s and 60s. more rain is possible friday and sunday. nats, mom screaming. (vicki) a video going viral tonight. police rip a baby from his mother's arms... amid a tense confrontation. we'll explain what happened. (jr stone) an act of heroism among devastation. we'll introduce you to a man who helped bring people to safety as the wildfire in butte county broke out. (vicki) plus-- a home burglary caught on camera in san francisco. and police say this is becoming a common trend this holiday season. that story is right after the break.
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burglary caught on video in san francisco's richmond district. the thief is filmed as he rifles through the garage of a family while they slept. kron4's maureen kelly has the latest numbers that show home break in's are spiking in the city. im pissed it's a violation....my family was sleeping upstairshomeowner jafon hakkinen is hoping someone can identify this man....who was captured on video stealing from his richmond district garage just before 5am saturday morning....in addition to the drill set you can see the man
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take off the shelf....right above the camera that is recording the burglary in progress....the man walked away with hakkinen's golf clubs and mountain bike. the homeowner believes the thief was able to gain access to his garage by first stealing his garage door opener.a neighbor's camera shows the man before the crime...apparen tly trying to open car doors.....hakkinen says after his door was opened, the man came in and calmly took the items one a time....and was filmed walking away the the items before coming back for more.the guy was cool as a cucumber he wasn't sweating he looked really put together he didn't look like he has issues or was homeless....he looked like a regular personwhat really galls me is that after he left he left my garage door open wide anyone could have come in.police are investigating and hakkinen is widely sharing the man's photo on social media. i want him caught i want him made an example of itthe thief is already an example....of the spike in burglaries reported in the city. according to sfpd as of october of this year there were nearly 4800 of them so far in 2018....which time last year. maureen kelly kron4 news
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nat oh my god ...screaming (vicki)down on the floor of an overcrowded food bank in brooklyn new york,the n=y=p=d says it's investigating the incident. natwitnesses say a security guard became angry when 23=year old jazmine headley sat on the floor of the food stamp center.when she refused his order to leave the building, order to leave refused his when she center. the food stamp the floor of headley sat on old jazmine when 23=year became angry security guard witnesses say a nat the incident.
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natwitnesses say a security guard became angry when 23=year old jazmine headley sat on the floor of the food stamp center.when she refused his order to leave the building, he called police.nat officers surrounded the young mother and tried to pull the child away.one of them repeatedly yanked at the little boy.oh my god oh my god when on gun she waved it at a crowd that included several children.headley was eventually taken to jail. "miss headley was charged with obstructing government administration, and she's chd, york police spokesman said, "video images of the incident in the 84th precinct are troubling, and the event is under review."brooklyn's borough president called it a horrific incident."clearly our police department - the most well-trained department in the country - should be able to de-escalate a situation with a baby and the mother without duplicating trump's security border removal of children." (vicki) the mother is being
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held at new york city's rikers island jail and barred from contact with her son.he's being cared for by relatives. (jr stone) take a look at this... new video from kirkwood ski area as back to back storms blanket the sierra in snow. right now there is more than twice the snowpack level compared to this time last year, with winter still nearly two weeks away. a series of n snowpack provides about 30 percent of the state's yearly fresh water supply for california, which has struggled with drought in recent years. lawrence karnow: a weak storm brought a few showers to the bay area this morning before moving out of town. by the afternoon mostly sunny skies had returned. tonight will be
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mostly clear and cold with patchy dense valley fog in the north and east bay. on the satellite you can see the cold front that moved through and is now headed toward southern california. there's another one that will drop in from the gulf of alaska tomorrow night and wednesday. but it will only bring a slight chance of showers. tomorrow will be mostly sunny with a few clouds late. highs will be in the 50s and 60s. more rain is possible friday and sunday. (jr stone) still ahead...
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mental health workers their 5-d we'll explain what they are demanding-- and how patients are affected. (vicki) plus-- a desperate plea from a family after a mother suddenly goes missing. details on where she was last seen.
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a colorado woman vanishes without much of a trail. kelsey berreth was first reported missing on november 25th... but the last confirmed sighting of her was three days earlier on the 22nd. (jr stone) the 29-year- old's phone was traced to idaho, but aside from that authorities have no leads. christopher poulsen has details. family of a lo washington to be on the okdisappearance.they say it's a long shot, but she has family in soap lake, wash. and authorities say her phone last pinged, or sent a signal, from an area near gooding,
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idaho.the small city in south-central idaho is on interstate-84, and like the tri-cities, on the road between woodland park, colorado and soap lake, wash. cousin jodee garretson of pasco says they're grasping at straws, but right now that's all they have to go on.she says kelsey's mom and brother are in woodland park searching for the 29-year-old mother. "they're a very close-knit family. that's why i don't believe she'd just..." garretson paused mid-sentence to wipe away tears. "she's got to see people are looking for her. she wouldn't put them through that."garretson is the executive director at support action resource center (sarc), an non-profit providing counseling for victims of crime.she says people don't disappear into thin air, and they're praying for a miracle. (vicki) that was christopher poulsen reporting. police say they will soon issue a "be on the lookout" notice for the entire country. country. entire notice for the the lookout" issue a "be on they will soon issue a "be on the lookout" notice for the entire country. for a miracle.
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details. poulsen has details. family of a colorado mother for a miracle.they're praying into thin air, and don't disappear into thin air, and they're praying for a miracle. (vicki) (vicki) that was christopher poulsen reporting. police say they will soon notice for the entire country. (jr stone) next at 5:30... an investigation underway after a fire breaks out in redwood city. why officials say it's suspicious. (vicki) plus-- a man is being honored for his heroic acts as the devastation wildfire broke out in butte county. details on how he got residents to safety.
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our top story tonight at 5:30... we are still getting a clearer understanding of the acts of heroism demonstrated during the camp fire in butte coutny. 85 people died in thenior citizens.(jr stone due in part to dozens of citizens, acting on instinct, who put themselves in harms way to save others. kron 4's ashley zavala met up today with one man who is credited with saving the young and old. "you have to look out for your neighbor in that situation" shawn paul -- a maintenance worker at the core butte charter school will never forget november 8th...the father of five daughters spent the first part of his morning making sure his own children - and the students at his school
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were evacuated safely."most of them had no idea what was going on." then he went and checked on the elderly at this now destroyed mobile home park. "i went from mobile home to mobile home to mobile home to make sure i got everybody out, or at least up and moving, a lot of them couldn't drive so i had to find neighbors that could take them."by the time he finished knocking on doors.. traffic out of paradise was gridlocked.. "the couple i evacuated from the mobile home park ran out of gas, so they came with me, then i had an 87-year-old gentleman who couldn't drive at night."he and the by at the

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