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Another case of Ebola in the United States is confirmed. More details are uncovered about the man who scaled the White House fence Wednesday night. Here's what you need to know for your Friday and the weekend.

WEATHER

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Partly sunny and breezy with northwest winds from 10 to 20 mph. Temperatures will reach a high of 66, and a low of 44. Expect mostly sunny and pleasant weather for the weekend, which means there is no excuse not to rake the leaves that were blown down by Wednesday's rain.

TRAFFIC

TRENDING THIS MORNING

Another case of Ebola has been confirmed in the U.S., this time in New York City. A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned from West Africa reportedly tested positive for the disease. 

Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning continues to add touchdowns to his NFL career record with last night's 35-21 win over the San Diego Chargers. 

FROM LAST NIGHT

Rodriquez Purnell, a murder suspect who was mistakenly freed from a Baltimore detention center last week, was apprehended Thursday evening in the 2800 block of Belmont Ave., by city police.

The Republican Governors Association has entered the Maryland gubernatorial election campaign, with a fast-paced new ad critical of Democratic candidate Anthony G. Brown, and purchasing Baltimore television time to back Larry Hogan, Brown's Republican opponent.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

Maryland health officials have designated three hospitals in the state to receive Ebola patients: Johns Hopkins Hospital, the University of Maryland Medical Center and MedStar Washington Hospital Center in the District of Columbia.

Dominic Adesanya, 23, the Bel Air man who scaled a White House fence Wednesday, has been charged in the incident. His parents described their son Thursday as mentally ill and in need of professional help.

A U.S. Department of Justice official who is overseeing the coming review of the Baltimore Police Department will not be an "overnight venture," and will take time to change the culture that has sparked distrust among city residents.

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