WEATHER: Blustery, with wind chills making temperatures rarely feel warmer than the mid-20s.
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Hopkins patients come forward as investigation into secret taping continues: Fearing that a Johns Hopkins gynecologist secretly videotaped and photographed them, nearly 100 women contacted police Tuesday, and some potential victims reached out to private attorneys contemplating legal action.
UMES police say '20 to 30' people may have seen stabbing: University of Maryland, Eastern Shore campus police said as many as 30 people may have witnessed the death of student Edmond A. St. Clair over the weekend and asked students with information to come forward.
State funding plan for transportation is elusive: As the General Assembly nears the halfway point of its session, Gov. Martin O'Malley and legislators have yet to agree on a plan to pay for new roads, bridges and transit lines — a decision many consider critical to Maryland's economy.
Police investigating possible murder-suicide in Baltimore: A double shooting Tuesday evening in North Baltimore's Pen Lucy neighborhood is being investigated by police as a murder-suicide, police said.
At least 16 hurt in gas explosion, fire in Kansas City, Mo.: A fire triggered by a natural gas explosion engulfed a restaurant in Kansas City on Tuesday, injuring at least 16 and leaving search teams to comb charred debris for remains of anyone who may have died.
TERPS: Maryland suffered a setback when it lost, 69-58, to a Boston College team that shut down center Alex Len.
ORIOLES: After plucking left-handed pitcher T.J. McFarland from the Cleveland Indians in the Rule 5 draft, the Orioles are eager to see what he can do.
RAVENS: Fresh off their second Super Bowl title, the Ravens will raise ticket prices at M&T Bank Stadium for the 2013-14 season, their first increase in four years.
Oscars: The Academy Awards can get a predictable, and we (the viewers) deserve more. In that spirit, here are 15 things Jordan Bartel would like to see at Sunday's Oscars ceremony.
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