WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Tuesday, June 3:
Yellow Alert Tuesday with PM T-storms
A slow-moving cold will trigger showers and storms in the area in the afternoon and early evening. We'll only see a stray shower Tuesday night, and Wednesday looks mostly dry. Look for highs in the 80s all week long. FORECAST(http://www.wusa9.com/weather/)
Device detonates under car in Northeast D.C.
An early morning report of fireworks being set off in a Northeast neighborhood brought the Metropolitan Police Department's bomb squad to the scene to investigate on Tuesday. Initial investigation indicates someone placed a pyrotechnic device under a vehicle parked on the street. Police say the device detonated and damaged the vehicle, which was not occupied at the time. MORE(http://on.wusa9.com/1orRrZm)
"CrypoLocker" hackers hold your devices hostage
A major FBI bust announced Monday could stop your most personal information from being held for ransom. The investigation was run from Washington, DC, to stop malware called "CryptoLocker" from seizing your computer or cell phone. Hundreds of thousands of people have already had to pay millions of dollars to unlock their devices. MORE(http://on.wusa9.com/1nKs0qa)
D.C. City Council to vote on Wage Theft Prevention Act
The D.C. City Council is scheduled to vote on a bill that would enhance penalties for employers who pay their employees illegal wages or less than what they agreed to pay. There appears to be broad support on the council for the bill, known as the Wage Theft Prevention Act, ahead of Tuesday's vote. MORE(http://on.wusa9.com/1orPnRi)
Panera to give all food additives the heave-ho
Panera is about to announce a radical plan for all artificial additives in the food it sells: junk 'em. One of the nation's most successful fast-casual dining chains on Tuesday will announce plans to dump all artificial additives from its food menu by the end of 2016. MORE(http://on.wusa9.com/1kENs7V)
BONUS: The Ben & Jerry's Truck will be riding around the streets of D.C. Tuesday giving out free ice cream. The truck will be here until June 27. You can tweet stop requests @BenJerrysTruck.