Oakland: Man slain Tuesday morning identified

The man was fatally shot and his friend wounded by robbers as they were parked on an East Oakland street. 
Alameda Health System reversed its decision to close the program Friday. It was scheduled to end because of low patient volume.  
Alfredo Gamino Rivera, 45, killed Miguel Corrales-Rosales, 37, with the victim's own gun during a struggle on Interstate 880, police say  
Hayward Police Department
Police will escort the body of Hayward Sgt. Scott Lunger from funeral home to services at Oracle Arena in Oakland.  
SAN LEANDRO -- A suspect in a weekend homicide has been arrested on suspicion of murder after turning himself Monday afternoon, police said.According to a statement, California Highway Patrol officers were handling a multicar collision on Interstate 880 near the Marina Boulevard offramp at 2 a.  
Police say the suspect told investigators he was playing with the shotgun in his East Oakland apartment July 21 when the weapon accidentally went off, the round striking his 18-year-old friend from San Leandro in the back of the head.  
The 21st annual Northern California Dick Dobbins Pacific Coast League Player and Family Reunion will be held 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Aug. 22 at Ryan O'Connell Hall, 575 West Estudillo Ave. at San Leandro Boulevard in San Leandro. Admission is $25 with lunch (RSVP by Aug. 16) or $8 without.  
Last month, 10 African-American men were honored for completing the first Human Sustainability Group program by San Leandro-based nonprofit Village-Connect and Alameda County Probation Department. The need for more progressive approaches to the formerly incarcerated also have been highlighted by President Barack Obama's recent remarks and push for prison reform.  
A street will be renamed in honor of former San Leandro police Officer Nels "Dan" Niemi on Saturday, the 10th anniversary of the day that he was fatally shot while responding to a neighborhood disturbance.  
Police this morning are investigating a shooting death on Interstate Highway 880 in San Leandro.  
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