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Monday Morning Headlines: Sunday's Rain Broke 90-Year-Old Record In SF

  • An employee at a 24-hour Safeway store in San Jose was fatally shot in a robbery on Sunday morning. The thief allegedly stole alcohol from that area of ​​the store and shot and killed the clerk around 3:30am on Sunday. [KTVU]
  • Elon Musk made his Threat to withdraw from the deal formally buying Twitter, in a letter today. Musk and his attorneys appear to view Twitter’s alleged refusal to disclose better data about bot accounts as the “material adverse impact” that could allow Musk to walk away from the deal without a $1 billion penalty. to pay dollars. [Associated Press]
  • No charges are being filed in the May 27 crash that killed longtime Chez Panisse wine director Jonathan Waters. Investigators determined that Waters, while riding his bicycle, made a left turn at 10:30 p.m. that evening at Shattuck Avenue and 55th Street in front of an oncoming vehicle. [Chronicle]
  • Another California high school student was arrested over the weekend for making threats against his school, this time in Riverside County, and the student was found with a ghost gun in his possession. [East Bay Times]
  • Police in Cotati, Sonoma County, arrested a woman after a destructive alleged drunken rampage in which she rammed police cars and resisted arrest after her child’s father went to the police station to accuse her of drunk driving endangering his and his child. [KTVU]
  • Former Senator Barbara Boxer, now mostly retired from Rancho Mirage near Palm Springs, is working to make her congressional district down there Democratic again after recently turning Republican. [Chronicle]
  • Sunday morning’s rain broke a nearly 90-year-old record for daily rainfall in San Francisco for June 5, set in 1934 — but the highest rainfall was in the North Bay, helping to reduce the immediate risk of fire there. [NWS Bay Area/Twitter]

Photo: Jay Barman/SFist

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