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Did you get your flu shot? More and more folks are getting the vaccination, which health officials say may be partly due to the publicity given to the Ebola virus. A Baltimore officer caught on video beating a suspect is charged. And San Francisco claims another World Series title last night against the Kansas City Royals. Here's what you need to know to start your Thursday.

WEATHER

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You can put your umbrella away but it's time to dig out the jacket from the closet. Today's forecast calls for clear, sunny skies with temperature remaining in the 50s today.

TRAFFIC

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TRENDING THIS MORNING

Wednesday was National Cat Day. If you didn't go home to cuddle that affectionate fur ball (or sometimes less than affectionate), get your kitteh fix from watching this video of a shelter in Columbia at your desk today. If cats aren't your thing, check out these weird things all dog owners do.

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And while Daniel Radcliffe may be best known for playing Harry Potter, perhaps he's found a new calling. Watch him perform Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics" on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."

FROM LAST NIGHT

Baltimore officials will spend $8.4 million on new water-billing system. Customers have have long complained about erroneous water bills.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

State health officials say the number of Marylanders getting flu vaccinations in September are up about 30 percent. They say the rise my be partially attributed to the publicity given to Ebola.

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