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For information on auto insurance to Geico dot com and fieldwork brewing, proud to partner with points for pause, benefiting Berkeley Humane on June 5th listeners can order their box of beer for this virtual beer tasting event. Berkeley Humane daughter work. You're on KQED Public radio now at 6 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Industry analysts say gasoline prices in the U. S should remain stable if Colonial pipeline is able to resume normal operations within a few days. The company's pipeline extending from Texas to New England remains down this morning because of a ransomware attack. That pipeline delivers about 45% of the gasoline used on the east coast of the U. S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says the White House is doing what it can. If it's an all hands on deck effort right now, and we're working closely with the company, state and local officials to make sure that they get back up to normal operations as quickly as possible. Reportedly hackers with the group dark side our prime suspects. The Taliban say they will implement a three day cease fire in Afghanistan this week because of a Muslim holiday. Here's NPR's DEA Hadeed. The Taliban said the cease fire was for Afghans to celebrate, raided, filtered The Muslim holiday that follows the holy month of Ramadan. The ceasefire is expected to begin Wednesday or Thursday. The announcement came after days of the Taliban, ratcheting up their attacks on pro government forces. And hours after the ceasefire was announced, a roadside bomb detonated in southern Afghanistan, killing more than 10 people. Such bombs a typically left by Taliban insurgents. The Taliban deny bombing a girl's school in Kabul. This is NPR news. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what the Alameda City Council voted over the weekend to develop a pilot program that will provide alternatives to policing for mental health calls by the end of June. This decision follows the death of Mario Gonzalez 26 year old Oakland father who died after Alameda police officers held him face down on the ground for roughly five minutes. City also committed to scrutinizing use of force incidents and body camera footage more and we'll explore creating a civilian police oversight board. Group of Berkeley parents is threatening legal action against the local school district, demanding that it immediately opened in person instruction toe all grades by next week. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports. In the demand letter more than 40 public school families with Berkeley parents for full reopening say that the Berkeley Unified School District must expand in person learning to middle and high school Children. When they say continued to suffer when it comes to learning loss and mental health as a result of more than a year of distance learning. In addition, they want the school board to approve a full time in person plan for the next academic year by the end of the month, the group said it has hired a law firm and have asked the district to respond by Tuesday. USD did not respond to a request for comment. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED knows Cruise Ray knows Oh, the first Latino state Supreme Court justice in California, has died. Reno's Oh played a prominent role in the movement to uplift the state's poorest workers and led efforts to ban the use of the carcinogenic pesticide DDT. He was 90 years old. This is KQED news. Support comes from the UC Santa Cruz Crawl lecture Syriza's precision genomics, bringing research into the clinic for Children with cancer with Stanford's Dr Sherri Sponte, UCSF's Dr Elena Baska and more National Weather Service says A red flag warning is in effect through six p.m. Tuesday. According to the weather Service, the North Bay East Bay Hills are affected through the East Bay interior valleys. Otherwise expect continued sunny and warm Weather through Tuesday. There's a cooling trend that begins this coming Wednesday, and it's going to last through the end of the week. And into next weekend. No word of any rain the next several days through the week. It looks like sunny Bay Area today Low sixties to the low nineties far inland. Support for NPR comes from warm plea committed to helping self employed workers.