∙ It's Day 6 of the Oakland teachers' strike, and last night picketing teachers shut down the Oakland school board meeting. Negotiators for the district say they upped their offer to an 8 percent raise with a 2 percent bonus — the teachers' union has been demanding a 12 percent raise. [Chronicle]

∙ Three people died last night when an SUV swerved into a big rig on I-80 in Emeryville. The accident happened in the westbound lanes near Powell Street, and a fourth person in the vehicle survived. [CBS SF]

∙ Hundreds took part in a vigil Wednesday night for longtime SF Public Defender Jeff Adachi. Speakers at the vigil included the mother of SFPD shooting victim Mario Woods, and the event turned into a march to City Hall. [ABC 7]

∙ The Marin County Sheriff's Department rescued a man who was found unconscious in his upside-down vehicle hanging precariously over a rushing creek. The incident happened Monday night off Lucas Valley Road. [SFGate]

The Oakland Raiders have reached a deal to stay at the Oakland Coliseum for the 2019 season, with an option for 2020 if their Las Vegas stadium isn't ready. [NFL]

Eastbound Highway 37 has reopened following flooding but the westbound lanes remain closed. [ABC 7]

An avalanche in the Sierra shut down Amtrak service between Sacramento and Reno. [SFGate]

I-80 in the Sierra has reopened to trucks and vehicles after being shut down over night, but train controls are in effect. [CHP Truckee]

Despite a late-game rally, the Warriors lost to the Miami Heat on the road last night 126-125. [CBS SF]