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Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday

WEATHER: Windy, with sleet, rain and snow and highs in the lower 40s. 

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Baltimore-area school delays

TOP NEWS

Boy trampled by larger-than-expected crowds during Ravens celebration: Ravens officials said they won't extend an open invitation to fans again without first passing out free tickets, after larger-than-expected crowds amassed at this week's Super Bowl celebration and an 11-year-old boy was trampled.

Ex-St. Joseph owner to pay $4.9 million for overbilling: Catholic Health Initiatives has agreed to pay the federal government for overbilling the Medicaid and Medicare system by keeping patients in the hospital longer than needed.

Murdered Balto. Co. woman was under police safety watch: The woman stabbed to death in her Garrison apartment this week was under police watch and had sought a court order for protection against her alleged killer, a former boyfriend, Baltimore County police said.

Maryland campaign finance loophole may be plugged: Some Maryland lawmakers hope to introduce a bill that would close a loophole allowing wealthy business owners to sidestep campaign contribution caps by using limited liability corporations.

Powerful blizzard takes aim at Northeastern U.S.: The Northeastern United States braced on Friday morning for a possibly record-setting blizzard bearing down on the region, which forecasters warned could drop up to 2-1/2 feet of snow and bring travel to a halt.

SPORTS

RAVENS: Four days after a monumental Super Bowl win, the Ravens' front office turned their attention to next season, and avoiding the mistakes that the organization made the last time it won a Super Bowl.

LACROSSE: 2013 might be the most anticipated campaign in the history of Division I men's college lacrosse season. Here's an A-to-Z primer to get you up to speed.

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FOOD: They call him the Ramblin' Pie Man, and Dangerously Delicious Pies founder Rodney Henry lives up to the name.

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