Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday
WEATHER

Today's forecast calls for snow, mainly after noon, with a high near 39 degrees. It is expected to be snowy early tonight, followed by clouds, with a low temperature around 32 degrees.

TRAFFIC

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

FROM LAST NIGHT...

Fetus found in trash bin in Bel Air: A fetus was found in a Bel Air trash bin Tuesday night, following a phone call alerting police to the dead child, officials said. Around 5:30 p.m. police heard from a caller who said that a mother had left her baby, which may have been stillborn, in a trash bin near the 900 block of Sablewood Road.

Inch of snow forecast for Wednesday, starting in late morning: Baltimore may see about an inch of snow Wednesday, beginning in the late morning, though the main band of precipitation is expected to cross over the city and Interstate 95 during the evening rush hour, according to the National Weather Service.

Opening statements likely Wednesday in Huguely murder trial: Attorneys plan to complete the jury selection process first thing in the morning. Of the 28 left, one woman is expected to be dismissed because she has conflicting travel plans, and 12 others will be stricken by attorneys -- six chosen from each side.

Maryland survives on road against Clemson: On the night he eclipsed 1,000 career points, Sean Mosley finished with 16 points and Terrell Stoglin scored 27 on 9-for-11 shooting in a 64-62 Maryland victory.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

Disgraced collector pleads guilty to stealing historical documents: Barry H. Landau, the once-esteemed collector of presidential memorabilia, admitted in federal court Tuesday that he stole thousands of documents regarded as cultural treasures from historical societies and libraries in Baltimore and up the East Coast.

O'Brien says Archdiocese of Baltimore won't offer birth control coverage: Cardinal-designate Edwin F. O'Brien said in a strongly worded letter that the Archdiocese of Baltimore will not comply with federal law requiring churches to offer birth control coverage even if it means dropping health insurance for its 3,500 employees.

Large number of city teachers receive unsatisfactory evaluations: In some schools, as many as 60 percent of staff have received unsatisfactory ratings on midyear evaluations as the system moves to implement a pay-for-performance contract that's considered a bellwether for a national movement.

Maryland native at center of Komen controversy steps down: The resignation of Maryland native Karen Handel from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation on Tuesday could be a first step toward the organization's recovery from a week of negative headlines, comments and tweets.

[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]