Good Morning Mission!

Jogging down a construction scaffold on Mission street. Photo by Sarah McClure.

Good morning and welcome to a brand new week!

It’s 7 a.m. and 53° now and expected to rise to 61°. Details for the next 10 days are here. Should be a good streak.

This weekend, the FBI set it sights on San Francisco for the manhunt of Ryan Chamberlain, a well-known political consultant who authorities say had explosives in his Polk Street apartment. The Chronicle has more details.

In other FBI news, we should all expect to learn fewer juicy details in the Leland Yee case. Judge Charles Breyer has issued a gag order, meaning hours of wiretaps and other evidence will be kept from the public. The Examiner has more about the less.

Today is Apple’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where they’ll be all sorts of product action on the inside of the Moscone Center, but also plenty of action on the streets outside. We’ve been tipped off that groups will be protesting Apple’s tax practices—kind of like they did on Tax day, but this time at one of the company’s biggest events of the year.

Also today, the Obama administration is expected to announce plans to reduce carbon emissions by up to 30 percent, possibly one of the most significant actions the U.S. government has ever taken to curb the effects of climate change. Those arctic ice caps were looking like they could use the love…

Have a wonderful start to your week everyone and a great 153rd day of the year! Enjoy it.

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