Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday

September 11, 2012


The National Weather Service is calling for Tuesday to be sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 79 and northeast winds 6 to 8 miles per hour. Tuesday night is expected to be clear, with a low around 64.


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


Ravens cruise to win in season opener: Joe Flacco was in complete command from his first pass to his last in the Ravens' 44-13 rout of the Cincinnati Bengals. Thje quarterback completed 21-of-29 passes for 299 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Check out our photos.

Elderly couple slain in Pikesville, police believe: An elderly man and woman were found dead in a Pikesville home Monday afternoon with injuries that led Baltimore County police to begin investigating their deaths as homicides.

Two teens charged in Sykesville mailbox explosions: Two Carroll County teenagers have been charged in connection with a series of explosive devices placed inside mailboxes last week in South Carroll.


Democrat withdraws from 1st District race: Wendy Rosen, the Democratic challenger to Republican Rep. Andy Harris in the 1st Congressional District, withdrew from the race Monday amid allegations that she voted in elections in both Maryland and Florida in 2006 and 2008.

Huyndreds pack church to say farewell to slain mother: Even as relatives and friends held a funeral Monday to mourn a young mother killed by a stray bullet, Baltimore police pushed to solve a spate of killings that has left 10 dead in the past 10 days.

Phelps, Maryland's Olympians welcomed home: Arriving aboard the Pride of Baltimore II and hailed by a cannon blast from the Constellation, Michael Phelps and Maryland's other Olympic athletes were celebrated in true local style Monday afternoon.

Baltimore-born woman finds 'lost' Renoir at flea market: A "lost" landscape thought to have been painted by Pierre-Auguste Renoir will go on the auction block Sept. 29 on behalf of the Baltimore-born woman who purchased the artwork for $7.

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