Officers hurt in crash; bishop calls meeting; murder-suicide investigated; snow in forecast

Good morning, Baltimore. Here's what you need to know this morning, Jan. 5, 2015.

Happy Monday morning, Baltimore.

Find breaking news updates via The Sun's live blog here. Here's everything else you need to know to start your week:

WEATHER 

Temperatures were expected to start in the upper 30s Monday morning and then hold steady or fall throughout the day. Gusty winds of 20-30 mph are forecast to make it feel like the upper 20s despite sunny skies. Flurries are in the forecast for Tuesday. 

TRAFFIC 

Get the latest on delays for this morning's commute from baltimoresun.com. 

FROM LAST NIGHT

Two Baltimore police officers were injured in transit home from the funeral for a slain New York City police officer. 

Police are investigating a suspected murder-suicide in East Baltimore.

The Episcopal Bishop of Maryland has called a meeting of clergy to review the crash involving a bishop that killed a Baltimore cyclist.

FROM TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

Solar panels are becoming more common in Maryland. But installers claim that permitting the technology in Baltimore County isn't that simple.

Former Orioles General Manager Hank Peters died at 90. Peters is credited with building the Orioles 1983 World Series champions, and sustaining the club's success from the early 60s and 70s.

As 2015 begins, some Maryland residents are forced to buy health insurance for the first time

WHAT'S TRENDING

Downton Abbey is back. Season Five premiered last night. Check out The Sun’s Jordan Bartel’s recap of episode 1 and read what’s upsetting Carson. While you're at it, check out this season's cast.  Not into the drama of Downtown Abbey? Try ABC’s new musical comedy “Galavant.” Read a recap of the first episode to get yourself up to speed.

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