Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday
WEATHER

Today's forecast calls for cloudy skies and a high temperature around 43 degrees. It is expected to be cloudy with a low temperature around 37 degrees tonight.

TRAFFIC

Here are today's morning traffic issues.

FROM THE WEEKEND...

Two treated after Anne Arundel stabbing: Two people were taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center Sunday night after an altercation inside a Brooklyn Park house, Anne Arundel County police said.

Va. man is killed in one of two S. Baltimore shootings: Baltimore police are investigating two shootings that occurred Saturday night and Sunday morning in South Baltimore, one of which killed a Richmond, Va., man, a police spokesman said Sunday.

Fire in West Baltimore home injures one person: A fire in a West Baltimore home Sunday morning slightly burned one person, a fire department spokesman said.

Morgan State suspends men's basketball coach Todd Bozeman indefinitely: Morgan State men's basketball coach Todd Bozeman said Sunday night that he has been suspended with pay by athletic director Floyd Kerr as a result of an incident toward the end of the team's road victory at South Carolina State on Saturday.

Terps open ACC schedule with 79-74 loss at North Carolina State: The young Maryland squad hung in against the Wolfpack for much of Sunday night's game before falling victim to N.C. State's shooting and experience in the first Atlantic Coast Conference game of the season for both teams.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

General Assembly: A big 'to do' list in Annapolis: During the 90-day session that begins Wednesday, pressure from many different directions is expected to spur the governor and General Assembly to take action on several fronts.

Judicial officer's powers in spotlight: A recent ruling by Maryland's highest court has thrust court commissioners into the spotlight. And some legislators and lawyers are asking whether the system should be changed.

Alcohol ad limits ignored online, study shows: The alcohol companies' voluntary limits on print, radio and television are largely being ignored online, concluded David Jernigan, director of the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]