5 things you need to know Monday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Monday, June 9:

Yellow Alert Monday, more showers & T-storms

An unsettled weather pattern will be with us for most of the week. We have issued a Yellow Alert on Monday as thunderstorm chances stay up, especially in the afternoon. FORECAST

Md. police search for man who tried to sexually assault child

The New Carollton Police Department is searching for a man who tried to sexually assault a 9-year-old early Sunday morning in the 8400 block of Annapolis Road. Police say the child was able to stop the man, run home and tell family members. MORE

Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket DC high school

Westboro Baptist Church is threatening to picket outside a local high school Monday, five days after the principal came out at the school's Pride Day. Westboro's website says members plan to protest outside Woodrow Wilson High School, waiting for students as they arrive. MORE

Virginia state Sen. Phil Puckett resigning

A major political shift could come in Richmond Monday. Democratic State Senator Phil Puckett is expected to resign his seat. That will give Republicans a one vote margin. The GOP already controls the House of Delegates, so we could see a breakthrough on the stalemate over Virginia's budget. MORE

Neil Patrick Harris, Bryan Cranston win big at the Tonys

As widely predicted, Neil Patrick Harris earned the Tony for performance by a leading actor in a musical, for his role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, also named best revival of a musical. Bryan Cranston took the prize for leading actor in a play for his portrayal of LBJ in All The Way, which won best play. A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, the production that entered with the most nominations, took best musical. RECAP


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