• A heat wave is settling in over the Bay Area today, just in time for the first full day of summer. Triple-digit temperatures are in store for places like Livermore and Concord on Saturday, while SF should stay a pleasant 72. [Chronicle]
  • A person was killed in a hit-and-run collision early Friday in East Oakland. The collision happened just after midnight near June Court, one-block street in the Sobrante Park neighborhood, near the San Leandro border. [KRON4]
  • The California Public Utilities Commission voted Thursday to reject AT&T's request to withdraw as a carrier of last resort, a designation it has held in California since 1996, meaning that it must continue to maintain a network of copper lines that service land phone lines in rural communities. [KPIX]
  • KTVU did a retrospective tribute Thursday night to the 27-year career of anchor Julie Haener, who did her final broadcast last night before retiring. [KTVU]
  • SpaceX says that two mysterious objects found in the mountains of North Carolina are pieces of a SpaceX aircraft. [ABC 7]
  • The Supreme Court upheld a Texas gun law that prohibits people with domestic  violence restraining orders from possessing guns, in an 8-1 decision, with Clarence Thomas dissenting. [New York Times]
  • Today in frivolous lawsuits: A lactose-intolerant woman is suing a coffee shop chain over their oat milk surcharge, using the Americans With Disabilities Act. [CBS News]

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