Good Morning Baltimore: Friday flakes, Ruppersberger replaced; Rice report released

Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday



Don't panic if you experience snow showers that are forecast for the area this morning.  It is not the harbinger of a major storm, so no need to stock up on milk and toilet paper. Today, it'll be partly sunny with temperatures soaring to 34, and falling to a low of 10 overnight. Brrrrr! Westerly winds will be 10 to 20 mph,  and there is a 22 percent chance of precipitation.


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New State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby comes into office with a major decision looming: how to handle the death of Thomas Palmermo, the prominent local cyclist who died in a collision with a car driven by Episcopal Bishop Suffragan Heather Cook two days after Christmas.

Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, a member of the House Intelligence Committee for a record 12 years, lost his seat on the panel Thursday when House Democratic leaders appointed Rep. Adam Schiff of California as his replacement.

Most MARC trains traveling on the Penn Line between Baltimore and Washington will be delayed the next two months because of ongoing track work by Amtrak between Odenton and Bowie, the Maryland Transit Administration announced Thursday.


Former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III said Thursday in releasing his report that the NFL and Ravens erred in its handling of the Ray Rice case.

At an Annapolis  news conference Thursday, Republican Gov.-elect Larry Hogan named Kenneth C. Holt, Rona E. Kramer and David R. Craig as Cabinet secretaries.

A $1 million lawsuit was filed against the Baltimore Police Department by Lisa Gillespie after a police department horse bit the hand of Arianna Jacques, her 8-year-old daughter, in an incident that took place near the Inner Harbor.

The U.S. Olympic Committee on Thursday selected Boston as its candidate to compete for the 2024  summer Olympics, dashing Baltimore's hope of hosting the international athletic event.