• Stagnant water in downtown office buildings left empty for months could pose a health hazard as workers go back to work. Building owners now have to try to safeguard water systems from Legionnaires' disease, leaching metals from pipes, and more. [Chronicle]
  • A five-year-old boy who went missing on Memorial Day at a beach along the American River in Sacramento has turned up dead. His body was found floating in the river by a family member during a search effort on Tuesday. [KRON4]
  • Due to a still growing case count, Sonoma County is holding off on reopening hair salons and churches, despite OK from the state. [KTVU]
  • A power outage last night affected around 6,000 PG&E customers in North Berkeley. [Berkeleyside]
  • Two pedestrians were struck and killed by vehicles in separate incidents in San Jose last night. [Mercury News]
  • The California DMV is reopening 46 more of its field offices tomorrow. [ABC 7]
  • Nevada's casinos have the go-ahead to reopen on June 4. [Associated Press]
  • Joe Biden called President Trump "an absolute fool" and "falsely masculine" for refusing to wear a face mask in public. [New York Times]
  • The state of California filed suit this week against CBS, Disney, and the production company behind the show Criminal Minds, over longstanding sexual misconduct by a cinematographer that enjoyed grabbing crew members' genitals. [Associated Press]

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