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Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Tuesday.

WEATHER
There is a chance of a passing shower today which will give way to a partly sunny day. Temperatures will rise to the mid-80s, with and overnight low of 60. Thunder boomers are a possibility  for late afternoon and into the evening. Winds will be out of the west at 6 to 12 mph.

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FROM TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Baltimore Circuit Judge Charles J. Peters ruled Monday that Gov. Larry Hogan did not violate the Maryland Constitution when he ordered that hundreds of people arrested during last week's riots could be held longer than 24 hours before seeing a court commissioner.

A gunshot Monday near the intersection of Pennsylvania and North avenues that saw the worst of the rioting a week ago and became the scene of frequent protest over the death of Freddie Gray underscored continuing tensions in Baltimore.

The advocates who lobby Gov. Larry Hogan on schools, mental health services and transportation, have begun to incorporate Freddie Gray, the protest against his death and the riots of last week into their pitches.

Baltimore County Circuit Judge Justin J. King ordered the Maryland Department of the Environment to revise the permit it issued last year to Columbia Gas Transmission to lay a 26-inch pipeline from Owings Mills to Fallston.

FROM LAST NIGHT
City school teacher Dan Kevin Scott, 50, of Linthicum, has been charged with five counts of possession of child pornography and five counts of distribution of child pornography.

City officials plan several "drastic changes" to the popular Charm City Circulator network in order to reduce costs -- eliminating the Banner route through Locust Point and reducing service on the Green and Orange routes, said transportation director William Johnson.

The Baltimore city school board voted Monday to adopt a $1.3 billion budget that was proposed by schools CEO Gregory Thornton.

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