Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Monday.
There is a chance of some light ground fog early this morning. Temperatures will reach a warm 86 during the day, and will drop to a low of 64 overnight. A chance of thunderstorms exists throughout Monday and into the evening. Winds will be east-southeast from 3 to 6 mph.
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FROM TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
For the first time in nearly a week since Amtrak Train 188 derailed north of Philadelphia last Tuesday, railroad service will be fully restored to the Northeast Corridor today.
In a detailed report to be released today, Human Rights Watch says retaliation against military service members who report sexual assaults has contributed to a culture of fear and silence.
Parents battle the city school board to keep Langtson Hughes Elementary School that is slated to be closed at the end of the school year.
FROM LAST NIGHT
Baltimore police are investigating two fatal daytime shootings that occurred Sunday in the city, one in Sandtown-Winchester, and the other near Hollins Market in Southwest Baltimore.
Ursula Populoh, 73, will graduate today from the Maryland Institute College of Art, where her daughter, Valeska Populoh, where her daughter chairs the fibers department.
The Little Flowers Early Childhood and Development Center in Northwest Baltimore, held its annual cotillion Sunday.