• The six-day heatwave has already broken for San Francisco, where temperatures were forecast to peak around 69 Sunday afternoon. But it remains hot in the East Bay, where a high-temperature record was broken Saturday in Livermore, where it hit 111 degrees. [KPIX]
  • Rep. Adam Schiff has become the first California Democrat to challenge President Biden's insistence on remaining in the presidential race. Schiff said in an interview on "Meet the Press," that Biden must "win overwhelmingly or he has to pass the torch to someone who can." [Chronicle]
  • A man was arrested for sparking the Pocket Fire in Geyserville Saturday — which Cal Fire says was caused by the use of a riding lawnmower, which is meant for green grass, to try to mow down four-foot-tall, dry grasses. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Some hikers required rescue Saturday after becoming stuck on a cliff near Mussel Rock Park in Daly City. [Bay Area News Group]
  • The Times just published an investigative report about SpaceX and how the company has skirted regulations and made significant impacts on sensitive wildlife habitats. [New York Times]
  • More than one million Texans are under a hurricane warning as Tropical Storm Beryl is expected to make landfall Monday as a Category 1 hurricane near Corpus Christi. [New York Times]

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