Today's forecast calls for rain and a high temperature around 46 degrees. It is expected to be be cloudy with showers tonight and a low temperature around 43 degrees.
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FROM LAST NIGHT...
Perry Hall apartment fire displaces 12: Twelve people were displaced Sunday night by a two-alarm fire at a Perry Hall apartment complex, Baltimore County fire officials said. No one was injured.
Towson priest arrested for indecent exposure: A Towson priest has been removed from duty at the Church of the Immaculate Conception after being arrested last week on indecent exposure charges.
Vehicle crashes into Shot Tower: Baltimore police said someone crashed a vehicle into the historic Phoenix Shot Tower near Little Italy Sunday afternoon just before 2 p.m. No injuries were reported, and no further information was immediately available.
O'Malley to unveil new approach to wind power: Gov. Martin O'Malley is to unveil today a new approach to promoting offshore wind power that he hopes the General Assembly will find easier on consumers than last year's plan.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
For rich and poor alike, life halted during Ravens game: It may just be football, but all over the Baltimore area, the rhythms of daily life more or less ground to a halt for three hours Sunday. The region turned into one big Ravens roost.
Peter Schmuck: Perspective won't cure Ravens heartbreak: "This one's going to hurt for awhile. Just ask Billy Cundiff, who missed a short field goal in the final seconds that would have kept hope alive," Schmuck writes.
O'Malley under scrutiny as he serves in two roles: How the governor will balance the two roles is a question on the minds of many lawmakers and advocates in Annapolis.
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun