Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

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WEATHER

The National Weather Service is calling for Wednesday to start out mostly cloudy and gradually become sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 73. Wednesday night is expected to be mostly clear, with a low around 55.

TRAFFIC

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

FROM LAST NIGHT

Orioles beat Mariners, 4-2, in 18-inning marathon: The Orioles won their 14th consecutive extra-inning game on Wednesday morning, 4-2, in the 18th inning – the second longest contest in Safeco Field history.

Inquiry into Dwyer boat crash expected in Oct.: A second month will pass before authorities complete the inquiry into the boat collision involving an admittedly drunken state delegate and a vessel carrying children.

Arundel recycling scofflaws targeted by new bill: Vulgar recycling scofflaws could be banned from Anne Arundel County recycling centers under a proposed law introduced Tuesday.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

Flooding follows East Coast storm: A string of severe storms brought heavy rain and high winds through the Baltimore region on Tuesday, flooding homes and streets and knocking out power to thousands.

NIH researcher dies in apparent robbery: Peter Marvit, a 51-year-old scientist and father, was gunned down just steps from his front door overlooking Herring Run Park — a seemingly random attack that police said Tuesday may have been a robbery.

Patterson Park residents irate at plan to pave over green: Neighbors around Patterson Park are making an uproar over a plan that could add a paved road and nearly 100 parking spaces inside the park.

After son's death, woman gets hefty tax bill on his student loans: After Regina Friend's son committed suicide last year, she was at least relieved to know that the loans he took out to pay for his Temple University degree were forgiven. But now, the Cockeysville woman has learned she faces a hefty tax bill on those canceled loans.

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