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Today's front page, weather & traffic

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

WEATHER
Temperatures will top out at 50 today, and will fall back to 41 overnight. It'll be rainy and drizzly throughout the day and evening, which means you're most likely going to need a parapluie (pronounced paraplooeee) --- French for umbrella --- as well as a raincoat. Winds quite possibly will reach a blustery 25  mph during the day, so hold onto your hat!

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TRAFFIC
Get the latest on delays for this morning's commute.

FROM TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

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Nazr Williams, 17, accused in the fatal stabbing of another teen after the Ravens Super 2013 Bowl Victory parade, pleaded guilty to second degree murder Tuesday and received a sentence of 30 years, with all but time served suspended.

Rodney Todd and his seven children were found dead in their Princess Anne home Monday. They were victims of carbon monoxide poisoning, said Princess Anne police Chief Scott Keller.

Federal Hill residents, angry about a St. Patrick's Day street party, are asking the city's liquor board to revoke the licenses of 17 area bars unless they agree not to hold such events. Neighbors documented widespread drunkenness, vomiting and public urination during the Irish Stroll.

With the Center for Image-Guided Animal Therapy, Johns Hopkins University joins the ranks of veterinary schools, specialty veterinary clinics and even stand-alone imaging facilities that offers high-tech services to pets.

FROM LAST NIGHT

Baltimore officials say they have collected $1 million in unpaid water bills from nearly 1,500 customers since beginning a stepped-up effort to clear thousands of past-due bills.

Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael E. Busch met Tuesday to discuss their differences over next year's budget and other parts of Hogan's legislative agenda.

Theft charges against Lt. Col. Clifton McWhite, a former Baltimore police commander, will be dropped once he has paid back $1,732.12 in extra pay that prosecutors say he wrongly earned after having purchased a degree from a diploma mill.


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