Monday morning report, June 6

Five things to know this Monday morning: 

1.) The Downey Greek Festival went on without a hitch this weekend, with what appeared to be a record number of visitors despite the heat. 

Pictured above is Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard trying loukoumades with George Zoumberakis and Mayor Alex Saab.

There was at least one complaint about the noise. 

2.) Downey firefighters were dispatched to the "Old" fire in Calabasas this weekend. As of yesterday afternoon, the fire was 80 percent contained. 

Downey is part of the Area E strike team, which includes engine companies from Compton, Downey, Santa Fe Springs, Vernon and West Covina. The team is lead by battalion chiefs from Compton and Santa Fe Springs. 

Here are photos of Downey firefighters in action. 

3.) Hillary Clinton will be campaigning in the Gateway Cities today. Bernie Sanders was in Huntington Park on Saturday. 

4.) Former mayor Mario Guerra was interviewed by NPR about Donald Trump and how he is affecting Latino votes for the GOP. 

5.) Memorial services for James Busby will be held Tuesday, June 14, at 11 a.m. at the Church of Latter Day Saints in Torrance.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Aerospace Legacy Foundation.