Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday


Today's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies, with a chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and a high temperature near 67 degrees. It is expected to be mostly cloudy tonight, with a slight chance of showers after 11 p.m., and a low temperature around 55 degrees.


Check our traffic updates for this morning's issues as you plan your commute.


Youths gather downtown Saturday; 10 arrested: Baltimore police called in extra officers and arrested at least 10 juveniles Saturday night as a crowd that witnesses described as rowdy and numbering in the hundreds walked around downtown.

7 hospitalized after car collides with special needs bus: Seven people were hospitalized Sunday morning after a vehicle collided with a "mobility" bus that was transporting five special-needs passengers, Anne Arundel County fire and police officials said.

Hundreds attend casino job fair in Hanover: Hundreds of people lined up on sun-drenched asphalt Saturday to see if they could get regular payouts, in the form of paychecks, from the new Maryland Live! Casino, a slots casino scheduled to open at Arundel Mills mall in about three months.

Police seek suspect in I-95 hit-and-run: Police are asking for help locating the driver involved in a hit-and-run incident early Saturday involving a construction worker on Interstate 95.


Parishioners honor a passionate man of the cloth: The daylong ceremony at Baltimore's historic Bethel A.M.E. church recognized the Rev. John Richard Bryant's 50 years of service, which began in the steepled church at the corner of Druid Hill Avenue and Lanvale Street and took him to Africa and Massachusetts, then back to his hometown and, most recently, to the Midwest.

Assessment review planned after 2nd error involving consolidated property: Now that an analysis by The Baltimore Sun has identified two cases where the state assessments agency failed to adjust a home's assessed value after a consolidation, officials say they're planning to conduct a review of other consolidations to ferret out any additional errors.

Hopkins launches new space science minor for undergraduates: The university carries a long tradition of space research, but the nascent minor, now up to five students, is Johns Hopkins' first formal attempt to help undergraduates pursue careers in the space industry.

[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]

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