Today's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and a high around 51 degrees. It is expected to be mostly cloudy tonight with a low temperature around 38 degrees.
FROM LAST NIGHT...
Teen pedestrian killed in Baltimore Highlands: A 16-year-old girl died after being hit by a small SUV hit the girl at about 4:45 p.m. Thursday while she was walking near the intersection of Annapolis Road and Ohio Avenue, according to Baltimore County police.
Two dead in Virginia Tech University shooting: More than four years after a gunman killed 32 people and wounded 25 before committing suicide, tragedy struck the Blacksburg, Va. campus again when a gunman ambushed and killed a campus police officer and was later reported to have been found dead.
New speed camera installed on Beltway's outer loop: Drivers should be aware of the newest camera -- on the outer loop of the Baltimore Beltway at Exit 13 (Frederick Road). It will be up and running on Tuesday, the State Highway Administration says.
Edgewood man found fatally shot in parked car: Harford County Sheriff's deputies discovered the body of a 21-year-old man Thursday morning in a car parked in an Edgewood neighborhood. Officials believe the victim was targeted and the crime was not a random act of violence.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
112th Army-Navy game: Where football is a means, not an end: "The purpose is not to produce football players," says retired Rear Adm. Thomas C. Lynch, who captained the 1963 Navy team and became the academy's 54th superintendent. "It's to produce commissioned officers and leaders in our Navy and Marine Corps -- and leaders for the future of this country."
Glen Burnie teacher charged with sexually abusing three students: Jeffrey Robert Sears Jr., 29, an English teacher at the high school, was arrested Thursday and charged with sexually abusing three female students over the past two years, Anne Arundel County police said.
Baltimore officials aren't giving up on Grand Prix: Although the Labor Day weekend event is millions of dollars past due on its bills, IndyCar racing officials and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake are still committed to the future of the race.
Budget strain colors Kamenetz's first year at helm of Balto. Co.: In his first year as county executive, Kevin Kamenetz has worked hard to manage the jurisdiction financially, but some would like to see him broaden his vision going forward.
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun