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Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

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TRENDING THIS MORNING

Taylor Swift's latest single "Out of the Woods" debuted just over 24 hours ago but already fans are speculating about who among her notable ex-boyfriends inspired the song.

Singer Kesha has accused her producer in a lawsuit of sexual, physical, verbal and emotional abuse. Dr. Luke, who has helped create hits for other pop stars including Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus, has sued Kesha for defamation, breach of contract and contractual interference.

And unfortunately for Baltimore, the Royals top Google's Trends today after their 2-1 win over the O's last night in Game 3 of the ALCS. Be careful if you search, O's fans. Instead, have an Orioles inspired drink or dessert to take the edge off until Game 4 today.

FROM LAST NIGHT

Baltimore prosecutors have dropped all charges against Kevin B. Carroll, 34, who was charged in March with shooting Craig Ray, also 34, in what police said was a dispute over loud music.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert A. McDonald visited Baltimore on Tuesday and asked nursing students at Johns Hopkins to consider careers with the VA.

The Royals nipped the Orioles 2-1 last night at Kauffman Stadium, which leaves Kansas City one game away from the World Series, and Baltimore facing elimination.

Ailli Sarpik, 25, a former Overlea resident who now resides in Estonia, has been an Oriole fan since she was 6. She's one of many Orioles fans supporting their team from near and far -- including outer space.

A Baltimore County bill known as Zoning Regulations-Agriculture Tourism has the support of many farmers who are seeking new ways to squeeze additional profit from their land.

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