Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday


Today's forecast calls for sunny skies and a high temperature near 90 degrees. Tonight is expected to be mostly clear, with a low temperature around 68 degrees.


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


'Large amount of cash' lost along I-97 in Arundel: Maryland State Police believe a light-red bag full of a "large amount of cash" was lost somewhere along Interstate 97 in Anne Arundel County and are asking for the public's help locating it.

Baltimore voids thousands of incorrect speeding tickets: The city transportation department has voided more than 3,000 speeding tickets that were incorrectly processed, and in the next three weeks will issue refunds to the individuals who paid them, according to a department spokeswoman.

Maryland Live Casino crowds meant long lines, snarled traffic on opening night: Maryland Live Casino's opening night drew such a crowd that thousands didn't make it inside before the doors closed early Thursday morning, and traffic slowed to a crawl for miles on nearby highways.

Morgan president offers condolences to family in cannibal case: Speaking out for the first time about a gruesome killing allegedly committed by a troubled student, Morgan State University's president expressed condolences to the families involved but declined to discuss details of the case or the institution's history with the student.


Baltimore police struggle to close murders with few talking: Angela Holland seems to know just about everyone in her North Baltimore neighborhood. And some of the people in this neighborhood, she suspects, also know who killed her son, 22-year-old Jerry Isaac.

Waitress at Hooters is treated for tuberculosis: Since the former waitress at Hooters in downtown Baltimore was diagnosed with active tuberculosis in November, allegedly after she and others contracted the disease from a manager at the Harborplace restaurant, her life has been miserable, Jheri Stratton said.

Maryland business helps top jockeys see their way clear: Not a lot has changed in the jockey goggle business since 1947, when Israel Kroop first stitched trim around a molded sheet of plastic, added two brass vents from a mattress, and attached a strip of elastic.

[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]

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