The National Weather Service is calling for Wednesday to be sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 83 and northeast winds 5 to 9 miles per hour. Wednesday night is expected to be clear, with a low around 65.
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FROM LAST NIGHT
Jason Hammel re-injures right knee in 9-2 win over Rays: Three nights after the Orioles lost right fielder Nick Markakis, righthander Jason Hammel limped off the mound in the fourth inning of Tuesday night's 9-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Ethics board inquiry into mayor's use of free tickets is delayed: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's office turned over numerous documents Monday about her use of free 1st Mariner Arena tickets — but too late for the city's ethics board to consider them at its meeting Tuesday.
Naval Academy again ranked No. 1 public liberal arts college: The U.S. Naval Academy ranked as the top public liberal arts college in the country, pushing the U.S. Military Academy, into the No. 2 spot, according to the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Balto. Co. promises safety after second gun incident: Officials promised new measures Tuesday to prevent violence in public schools — including hand-held metal detectors — after a teacher wrestled a gun from an eighth-grader two weeks after a shooting at a nearby high school.
Legg Mason CEO to step down: Less than five years after taking the helm of Legg Mason, Chairman and CEO Mark R. Fetting announced Tuesday that he would step down Oct. 1, possibly setting the stage for the sale of parts of the Baltimore-based firm.
City gets extra $4.2 million from speed cameras: Baltimore got nearly $20 million in revenue from speed cameras over the past year — a higher-than-expected figure that is sparking debate over whether the camera program is more a cash cow than a safety measure.
City train yard tentatibvely picked for port transfer station: The state, city and CSX Transportation have tentatively selected the Mount Clare train yard in Southwest Baltimore for a roughly $90 million facility where containerized cargo would be transferred from trucks to trains.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun