Today's forecast calls for morning fog then sunny skies, with a high temperature near 53 degrees. It is expected to be clear tonight with a low temperature around 37 degrees.
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FROM LAST NIGHT...
Snow still a possibility for Saturday into Sunday: The National Weather Service is still predicting a decent chance of snow for Saturday night, going into Sunday morning, though the amount of new precipitation is expected to be slight.
Arundel councilman uses ethnic slur during meeting: An Anne Arundel County councilman used an ethnic slur during a council meeting held Thursday night to appoint a replacement for a vacant seat on the body.
Ex-Raven Jermaine Lewis arrested again in Balto. Co.: Former Ravens Pro Bowler Jermaine Lewis was arrested Thursday in Baltimore County for driving on a suspended license, an arrest that comes two months before he is due in court for a reckless driving charge from last year.
Terps take down Boston College: In defeating Boston College 81-65 Thursday night behind Terrell Stoglin's 24 points and James Padgett's strong second half, Maryland mostly played as if it can still salvage something special from a difficult season
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Schurick will not serve jail time in robocalls case: Saying the offenses strike at the "values of this nation," a judge sentenced Paul E. Schurick, the campaign manager of former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., to home detention and community service Thursday for approving automated Election Day telephone calls to keep black voters from the polls.
Maryland lawmakers under national pressure on marriage bill: As a handful of undecided Maryland delegates wrestle over their position on same-sex marriage, they've received calls from national leaders trying to move them one way or another on the bill.
Police sergeant who killed man sues department: His legal action is drawing attention to a closely guarded concern in the law enforcement fraternity -- how officers handle stress in a violent, gun-infested city, where officers have shot 115 people, killing 46, since 2006.
Bill would drastically increase boat registration fee in Maryland: A bill filed Thursday morning in Annapolis would replace the flat $24 boat registration fee paid every two years with fees ranging from $50 to $700, depending on the size of the boat.
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