The National Weather Service is calling for Thursday to be mostly sunny, with a high near 77 and northeast winds 5 to 7 miles per hour. Thursday night is expected to be partly cloudy, with a low around 61.
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FROM LAST NIGHT
Adam Jones' 11th-inning homer gives the Orioles another extra-inning win: Adam Jones’ career-best 30th home run came in the top of the 11th inning Wednesday, breaking a tie and securing the Orioles’ 3-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners.
City police investigating 2 fires started with Molotov cocktails: City police and fire investigators say Molotov cocktails started two fires in Northeast Baltimore early Wednesday, one of which injured seven people at an apartment complex and displaced many more.
Man shot in shoulder in Southwest Baltimore: Police responded to the 400 block of Random Road in the city's Beechfield neighborhood for a report of gunfire and found the man, who was transported to a local hospital.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Surgery center shut down amid investigations into infections, death: A 59-year-old woman died Monday of a rare infection after liposuction surgery, and two other patients have also contracted infections, prompting officials Wednesday to shut down the Timonium cosmetic surgery center where each was treated.
'Huge drop' in funding for community development: Government funding for work to revitalize neighborhoods is plummeting nationwide amid pressure to cut budgets, increasing the odds of gaps that cannot be overcome. It's a prospect that alarms practitioners in Baltimore.
Crazy season has O's fans in search of next miracle: The Orioles left their staunchest fans stifling yawns Wednesday in the aftermath of an 18-inning win that lasted nearly until dawn. Of course they won, because that's what this team does when the games are longer than "Lawrence of Arabia" and tighter than the gears of a Swiss watch.
Arundel demands county employees repay retirement benefits: Four Anne Arundel state's attorney's office workers were illegally collecting full pension payments while working part time. Each had been told they were allowed to do so, but when the county discovered the mistake, it threatened lawsuits to recoup a total of $229,030.83 in pension checks.