Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

WEATHER: Cloudy, with a high near 57. Tonight is expected to start cloudy and become clearer, with a low around 42.

TRAFFIC: Check our traffic updates for this morning's issues.


Halloween night accented by violence in Baltimore: Three men were shot and one was stabbed on Halloween night in Baltimore, according to city police.

Crisfield, Somerset Co. struggles to recover from Sandy: At its peak, Sandy knocked out power for 85 percent of Somerset County's 26,000 residents, leaving the self-proclaimed "Crab Capital of the World" among the hardest-hit parts of Maryland. Two days after the storm hit, about a quarter of the population was still without electricity.

Md. mops up, but snow-pummeled Garrett Co. still in midst of storm: The Baltimore area made strides Wednesday to get back to normal after Sandy. But the storm continued in Garrett County, adding more snow to the 2-feet-plus already dumped on the far corner of Western Maryland.

Havre de Grace Halloween survives superstorm: Sandy rained on Havre de Grace's annual Halloween parade, but even a superstorm could not curtail trick-or-treating in the battered waterfront town.

Obama, GOP's Christie tour storm-stricken New Jersey: President Barack Obama and Republican Governor Chris Christie toured storm-hit parts of New Jersey on Wednesday, taking in the damage and praising each other for their response to superstorm Sandy.


RAVENS: After the bye week gave him a chance to rest his surgically-repaired Achilles, linebacker Terrell Suggs returned to practice, intent on helping a struggling Ravens defense.

ORIOLES: Now that the Orioles have declined the $11 million option on first baseman Mark Reynolds, what should they do with him?

Aquille Carr to spend senior year at Fla. prep school: Aquille Carr, The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year in boys basketball the last two seasons, will not play in Baltimore as a senior.

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From b: By presidential election standards, it's been a tough year. To help you through it, we re-cast our politicians (and their wives) as comic book characters.

Today is the last day to cast your vote for Baltimore's best restaurant and best bar.

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