7:47 AM EST, December 21, 2012
Residents who paid speed camera tickets want audit, refunds: Baltimore officials have acknowledged issuing at least 350 speed camera tickets issued in error. Now, some prominent local attorneys say they're pondering a class action lawsuit on behalf of all aggrieved drivers.
Opposed to same-sex marriage, company ends wedding business: An Annapolis company whose old-fashioned trolleys are iconic in the city's wedding scene has abandoned the nuptial industry rather than serve same-sex couples.
Number of children in foster care drops in Maryland: A strong low-pressure system causing blizzards across the Midwest is forecast to bring damaging winds across the Baltimore area Friday and Saturday. Forecasters expect sustained winds of up to 30 mph, prompting utility officials to warn of possible widespread power outages.
Obama to cut vacation short to deal with fiscal crisis: As the clock ticks toward a January 1 deadline, President Barack Obama is cutting short his Hawaiian holiday to address the unfinished "fiscal cliff" negotiations with Congress and avert a sharp rise in taxes and deep spending cuts.
RAVENS: Now deep into his first season, rookie kicker Justin Tucker has rendered any Ravens fans' doubts moot with every long field goal and kickoff blasted through the end zone.
Peter Schmuck: The Ravens need to keep on trucking and show this week that the playoff-bound Bengals are no match for them when they're a team in full.
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