A 44-year-old Tiburon man who last year rescued a San Rafael woman from a man who stabbed and choked her is one of 18 people recently awarded the Carnegie Medal for civilian heroism. The Carnegie Hero Fund Commission, based in Pittsburgh, announced Tuesday that Kevin L. Heselton is among 57 people, who risked their lives to save the lives of others, recognized this year.
A Sunday night brawl in downtown Fairfax left a 26-year-old Santa Rosa man in the hospital with multiple stab wounds in the back and head and his 30-year-old brother in jail. The melee occurred at 10:47 p.m. in the Parkade, between Broadway and Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, across from the 19 Broadway Bar and Night Club, which was hosting a rap event titled “Marin’s Got Talent.”At least 10 people were involved in the fight, said Fairfax police Chief Chris Morin.
Redwood High School in Larkspur was evacuated Tuesday morning following a bomb threat, school officials said.Redwood principal David Sondheim sent an email to the Tamalpais Union High School District community alerting parents not to come to school.“RHS being evacuated due to bomb threat,” he said in the email. “Details will be posted soon as possible. Do not call school or come to school. Thx for your patience/cooperation.”This story will be updated.
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