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Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

WEATHER

early fog before it becomes sunny. The high temperature will be in the lower 60s. Low temperatures will be in the mid-30s tonight.

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TRAFFIC

for this morning's issues as you plan your commute.

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FROM LAST NIGHT...

: A Harford County sheriff's deputy was hospitalized Wednesday night after he suffered a severe laceration to his arm while trying to apprehend a breaking and entering suspect in Edgewood.

: A person was fatally shot Wednesday night in the 4700 block of Windsor Mill Road, in Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park, police said. No other information was immediately available from police.

: Michael W. Hester, who was charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Eleanor Marie Haley, said he is eager to rebuild his life. He said he entered Haley's house and found her dead after seeing water coming from her back door. He then called 911.

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: Eager for redemption from a loss in College Park to the Tar Heels, Maryland instead fell victim to turnovers, foul trouble and North Carolina's frontcourt size in an 88-64 defeat.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

: Members of an Anne Arundel County jury were certain that Lee Edward Stephens was guilty of murder, but prosecutors could not convince them that the inmate -- already serving a life sentence when he killed a correctional officer in 2006 -- should be put to death.

: The conviction of a former Baltimore County man in a deadly hotel bombing in Indonesia is seen as a turning point in the long-delayed prosecution of terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay.

: Marin Alsop is well known as the music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, but this weekend she will be conducting a different sort of production. Alsop will lead the three-day Women of the World-Baltimore Festival gathering that is expected to draw thousands to Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and nearby venues.

: Peggy Marchanti, wife of Maj. Robert J. Marchanti II, said she bears no rancor for the Afghan people that her husband died trying to help. But others have criticized the violence that took his life.

[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]

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