TBS Today, Nov. 10

One short item for you today, as we've been focused on court reporting for some other stories in the works as well as upcoming court hearings.

Many readers asked us about an early-morning police pursuit this week. It wasn't easy but, after several days of inquiries, we were able to get answers.

Authorities arrested a juvenile male driver early Thursday morning after a carjacking in Emeryville and subsequent police chase from Brentwood to Berkeley.

Here's what we know.

Juvenile arrested in Berkeley after Emeryville carjacking
The victim, a 34-year-old man, said six male juveniles armed with two guns took his vehicle, Emeryville police said Friday.

Did you know that California Memorial Stadium is dedicated to all Californians who have sacrificed their lives in service to the nation?

Read more from UC Berkeley on the meaning of Veterans Day and how you can recognize it.

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In case you missed it

If you're looking for a long read this weekend, we hope you'll spend some time with our exclusive update on Angel and Jazy.

It's almost impossible to imagine what this family has been through.

"Sometimes I feel like I don’t believe it, that these were my kids," their mother told us. "You know when you're dreaming that you won the lottery and then you wake and you don’t know what’s real? Sometimes I feel like that: Maybe it was a good dream when I had them."

A year after deaths of Angel and Jazy, mother asks: ‘Why?’
She said she hopes the community will help support a BHS scholarship fund that was created by classmates to honor Jazy and Angel.

And, if you want to honor the boys, the family asks that you contribute to the scholarship fund created by BHS classmates to keep their memory alive.

In other news, we've added a booking photo to our scoop from Thursday about an intruder at the DA's office.

Felon brought loaded gun to Alameda County DA’s office
Some DA’s office employees were “extremely rattled” this week, one source said, raising multiple concerns about the incident Tuesday.
Berkeley fire closes Broom Bush Cafe, GoFundMe launched
“We’re in shock right now and don’t know when we can re-open,” 16-year-old Grace Jung, daughter of the owners, wrote on GoFundMe.

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