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Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

WEATHER

mostly cloudy skies and a high temperature near 76 degrees. Tonight is expected to be mostly cloudy, with a low temperature around 64 degrees.

TRAFFIC

for this morning's issues as you plan your commute.

FROM LAST NIGHT...

: State and local officials gathered to publicize Sailabration, a maritime and air festival that begins its six-day run in the city on June 13. The city will welcome 18 tall ships and dozens of Navy vessels to its harbor and all will be open for free tours throughout the festival.

: Baltimore is among the regions hardest-hit by organized retail crime, a growing national problem in which gangs steal and sell goods, a retail trade group reported Tuesday.

:

CSX Corp.

has terminated agreements to purchase land from property owners along Race and Hanover roads in Elkridge, all but eliminating the possibility of the company locating its proposed intermodal facility there.

: The Orioles certainly aren't playing their best baseball of the season, not after losing 10 of their past 13, not after starting this road trip 1-5. That's why Tuesday night's 8-6, 10-inning, sloppy victory against the

Boston Red Sox

resonated within the clubhouse.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

: Rush-hour and weekend delays of up to an hour are expected beginning June 20 as construction crews replace the concrete decking on the four-lane bridge just south of the Interstate 895 tunnel toll plaza that carries traffic over the CSX train tracks.

: It wasn't the beating by baseball bat that most frightened Joshua Ceasar, who was left with a fractured skull and a blinded eye. It was the scene that his friends described to him afterward: his alleged attacker

Alexander Kinyua

standing over his unconscious body, holding a knife.

: The chief of

Harford County

's largest and busiest fire company says he has suspended three members and demoted a fourth over inappropriate posts that were made on a member's Facebook page after he complained about not receiving a discount at the Bel Air Sonic drive-in restaurant and some responses suggested they not respond to any fire calls at the business.

[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]

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