Today's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies and a chance of morning showers with a high temperature around 67 degrees. It is expected to be cloudy tonight, with a chance of rain after midnight and a low temperature around 43 degrees.
FROM LAST NIGHT...
Report shows both drivers in fatal crash were drunk: Preliminary toxicology reports show both drivers in a head-on collision early Saturday on Route 50 were intoxicated, Maryland State Police said Tuesday.
Online community forms to support Bel Air teen accused of murder: A Facebook page, local fundraiser and donation account have all been set up in support of Robert Richardson III, 16, who was charged as an adult with first- and second-degree murder and the use of a firearm in a felony violent crime.
Religious leaders testify against O'Malley's same-sex marriage bill: They have the governor's backing and a rewritten bill, but advocates of legalizing same-sex marriage in Maryland have made little progress in quieting the concerns of many faith leaders who adamantly oppose the legislation.
Police search for four thieves in Lowe's break-in, fatal accident: Four thieves are being sought by Maryland State Police for stealing a John Deere lawn tractor from a newly constructed Cecil County Lowe's and fleeing police before crashing a stolen pickup, an accident that resulted in the death of a fifth thief.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Boy Scouts seek land in process dating to Colonial era: On state tax rolls, 19 wooded acres in northern Harford County essentially don't exist. No owner is listed -- a rarity in Maryland -- and as the Boy Scouts try to add the land to their campground, they must grapple with an arcane, Colonial-era land patent.
State moves to suspend foster child placements with Hyattsville company: Maryland's second-largest foster care provider failed to track background checks, training and other requirements for its foster parents, putting the children at risk, according to state officials.
Columbia Association to drop 'People Tree' from logo: For nearly half a century, Columbia residents have looked to the "People Tree" sculpture as a symbol of founder James Rouse's vision of an inclusive, connected community. Now, the organization that runs the planned town says it will drop images of the tree at a cost of as much as $200,000.
Romney's triumph in Florida primary fails to deter GOP rivals: Mitt Romney may have won a blowout victory in Florida's presidential primary, but Newt Gingrich is not about to concede defeat.
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]