Today's forecast calls for rain in the morning, then cloudy, then mostly sunny, with a high near 60 degrees. It is expected to be mostly clear tonight, with a low temperature around 38 degrees.
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FROM LAST NIGHT...
Anne Arundel jury starts deliberations in slaying of prison guard: If the Anne Arundel County jury convicts Lee Edward "Shy" Stephens in the July 2006 stabbing of Cpl. David McGuinn, he could become the first person sentenced to death under Maryland's new capital punishment law.
Harford teachers union, school board reach accord on bonus payment: The amendment allows for a one-time payment of $625 for all teachers, as long as the funding is approved by County Executive David R. Craig and the County Council, according to a statement Wednesday from Harford County's public schools.
Panel says Carroll commissioners violated Open Meetings Act: A state panel said Wednesday that members of the Carroll County Board of Commissioners violated the state's Open Meetings Act by holding a fee-based forum on a controversial smart-growth policy attended by a majority of the board.
Maryland falls to Miami, 90-86, in 2 OTs: After Terrell Stoglin, the Atlantic Coast Conference's leading scorer, missed seven of his first nine shots -- followed by coach Mark Turgeon's second-half ejection -- the sophomore guard and Maryland staged memorable rallies, but they ultimately fell short in Florida.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Exelon picks Harbor Point for future headquarters: Harbor Point, a development project led by bakery magnate and developer John Paterakis Sr., will be the site of the headquarters for the combined Constellation-Exelon company if the proposed merger is completed, the energy giants announced Wednesday.
Facebook files to go public: Facebook filed paperwork Wednesday to allow it to go public this spring, a deal being closely watched internationally -- and especially at Baltimore's T. Rowe Price Group, which holds a stake of about $400 million in the social-networking behemoth through its mutual funds.
O'Malley makes his case for 'investments' in Maryland: Gov. Martin O'Malley used his State of the State address Wednesday to make his case for his most ambitious legislative agenda since taking office. Now comes the hard job of selling it.
Advocates voice concerns over embattled foster care provider: Advocates for Maryland's abused and neglected youths said Wednesday that the state's second-largest foster care placement company failed the children in its care by allowing the qualification assessments of the homes they live in to lapse.
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]
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