Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday


The National Weather Service is calling for Wednesday to be sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 85 and north winds 5 to 9 miles per hour. Wednesday night is expected to be mostly clear, with a low around 71 and calm winds.


Check our traffic updates for this morning's issues as you plan your commute.


Boater missing in Middle River Creek: A 52-year-old man was missing Tuesday night after last having been seen swimming in Frog Mortar Creek near the Bowleys Quarters area of Baltimore County, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Harford police searching for 7-11 robbers: Police are searching for three men who put on masks and robbed a convenience store in Edgewood at gunpoint this month, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday. Police don't know the identities of the suspects.

Tillman out-duels in Sale in Orioles' shutout win: To get to White Sox pitcher Chris Sale, the O's knew they'd have to attack him early. That's exactly what they did in a 6-0 win over the White Sox.


Perry Hall High student charged in cafeteria shooting: Charged as an adult in the Perry Hall High School shooting, 15-year-old Robert Wayne Gladden Jr., was held without bond Tuesday as a portrait of a withdrawn and occasionally bullied student with a troubled home life emerged through interviews with classmates and court documents.

Shooting victim known for bringing cheer to Perry Hall: Daniel Borowy, a 17-year-old special education student at Perry Hall, is well-known for welcoming waves, high-fives and other friendly interactions, classmates said. On Tuesday, he remained in critical condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Md. pols steeped in Tampa's surrogate battle: As delegates went through the formal process of nominating their candidate at the Republican National Convention, an army of political surrogates threw jabs under the glare of studio lights. A handful of Maryland politicos are key players in that effort.

New city police chief pick says he's committed: Anthony W. Batts, Baltimore's next police commissioner, told reporters he will be a detail-oriented leader who wants to visit every corner in the city and "take responsibility for every life."

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