• Giants President and CEO Larry Baer is back on the job after a three-month unpaid suspension. The suspension stemmed from a domestic dispute with his wife that was caught on camera in March. [Bay City News]
  • One man died in a collision in Oakland Saturday afternoon that appears to be the result of a street race. The car veered out of control in the city's Melrose neighborhood, and hit a utility pole. [CBS SF]
  • The traditional pink triangle installation took place Saturday morning on Twin Peaks. So many people came to participate that the installation only took 36 minutes, the fastest time ever. [Chronicle]
  • President Trump said those ICE raids are still coming, likely after the 4th of July. He talked about the postponed raids at the G20 Summit in Osaka. [ABC 7]
  • As Salesforce Transit Center gets set to reopen Monday, city and transit officials are considering removing the entire Transbay Joint Powers Authority. The San Francisco County Transportation Authority board is awaiting some recommendations from a peer review panel. [Examiner]
  • A man is wanted for stealing $3,000 worth of cigarettes from a store in Petaluma. [ABC 7]
  • A trash fire in a junkyard sent smoke over Highway 101 in San Jose on Saturday. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The Chronicle dug through the archive and found a few dozen photos from Pride parades past.

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