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Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

"My emotions are for the players, the organization and the fans," Buck Showalter said. "I keep thinking about something I or we could have done differently." (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun Video)

Many in Baltimore are waking up disappointed this morning, with the Orioles' World Series dreams dashed. Catch up on what you need to know to start your Thursday.

WEATHER

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Not as warm with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be 69 for the high, and 51 for the low. There is a 46 percent chance of rain, with winds 4-8 mph from the southwest.

TRAFFIC

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TRENDING THIS MORNING

Concerns about whether the United States is ready for Ebola continue to mount after a second hospital worker who contract the virus flew from Cleveland to Dallas after reporting symptoms to officials.

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FROM LAST NIGHT

An alleged cocaine ring used a Rita's Italian ice store in Fells Point, rental properties and other businesses to launder money in a drug-trafficking operation that stretched from Baltimore to Houston, federal investigators said Wednesday.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

The Kansas City Royals will go to the World Series for the first time since 1985, after winning game 4 of the American League championship series.

Political analysts said Democratic gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's motivation for campaigning with President Barack Obama in Prince George's County this weekend is to garner support African-American voters.

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