Emeryville: Crews respond to structure fire

Fire crews responded early Thursday to a one-alarm fire at a structure in Emeryville, a dispatcher said. The fire was reported in the area of 55th and Beaudry Streets, and fire crews received the call for at 4:57 a. 
Pleasanton: Man killed after darting in front of car
A 25-year-old man died Wednesday when he darted out in front of a car and was hit, police said. 

Ellen Corbett goes to work for Hayward school district
Former state Senate Majority Ellen Corbett is the Hayward Unified School District's new executive director of institutional advancement, communications and government relations. 

Michelle Wie gets part in TV series "Hawaii 5-0"
The Dubai Open will play a role in determining the Masters field 

Bay Bridge light sculpture hits fundraising goal to shine on
Nonprofit group Illuminate the Arts collects $4 million to make the Bay Lights a permanent display  

Livermore: Woman dies after mysterious head injury at shopping center
A 61-year-old Arizona woman found with a major head injury in a parking lot at the Livermore Premium Outlets last week has died, but police are still trying to figure out how the woman was injured. 

Police: Man recorded females using bathroom in Union City Walmart
Union City Police responded to the Walmart at 30600 Dyer St. for a report of a man using an electronic device to record females inside the women's restroom. 

Officials ID Union City woman killed by San Leandro police after vehicle chase
A 27-year-old Union City woman fatally shot by San Leandro police after she tried to ram an officer in a stolen truck has been identified by the Alameda County Coroner's Office. 

Three Bay Area ex-cons convicted of murder in Oakland home invasion robbery
Three men with previous felony convictions were each found guilty Wednesday of two counts of murder in the shooting deaths of two people during a home invasion robbery in East Oakland last year. 

Police reforms demanded at Oakland forum
More than 200 people, including dozens of law enforcement and political leaders, gathered at a North Oakland church Wednesday to discuss strategies for increasing trust between police and minority residents