Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

August 30, 2012


The National Weather Service is calling for Thursday to be mostly sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 90 and southwest winds around 5 miles per hour in the after noon. Thursday night is expected to be mostly clear, with a low around 75.


Check our traffic updates for this morning's issues as you plan your commute.

Additionally, further significant road closures will begin Thursday night in downtown Baltimore in preparation for the Grand Prix of Baltimore.


DNR police continue search for one body, find another: Divers had just stopped searching for a missing boater in a Middle River creek late Wednesday when another body was located in the Chester River, according to Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police.

City police investigate shootings in Barclay, Druid Heights: City police were investigating at least two shootings Monday evening, in the Barclay and Druid Heights neighborhoods.

Saunders rocked in debut as Orioles fall to White Sox: In his first start with the Orioles, Joe Saunders allowed four runs in the first inning in an 8-1 loss to the White Sox. The offense was held to just three hits.


Perry Hall High still under heavy patrol after shooting: In the aftermath of Monday's shooting, Perry Hall High School will maintain a heightened police presence until its principal determines the campus is ready to return to normal.

For Nacho Mama's owner 'Scunny' McCusker, a sendoff to match the man: More than 2,000 people packed the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen to mourn Nacho Mama's owner Patrick "Scunny" McCusker and, as one longtime friend said, to put the "fun in funeral."

Md. child support collections on the rise after audit: Giant billboards are among the aggressive tactics the state Department of Human Resources is deploying after a blistering audit last year found that the agency failed to use all available resources to collect child support payments.

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