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3 killed in Smithburg shooting; Reaction of the hearings of January 6

Here’s what you need to know from 11 News to get a head start on your day.Weather | traffic | Local News | Team I | National/International News | COVID-19 | Sports| WATCH LIVE: You can watch 11 News Today live from 4:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MARYLAND WEATHER FORECAST Meteorologist Ava Marie says Friday will start off cooler with low humidity, but will then be comfortable and mostly sunny with temperatures in the low 80s. The weekend will see more rain, especially a steady period on Saturday morning. Temperatures will also plummet into the mid-70s Saturday. There is also a chance for thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday. It will get hot early next week as we will see temperatures in the high to mid 80’s. It will be another wet with a chance for storms by mid week. WHAT’S MAKING NEWS IN MARYLAND Police: 3 People Dead, MSP Police Injured in Smithsburg Shooting | Three people were killed and a Maryland State Trooper was injured after a shooting at a business in Smithsburg. Read more here. State lawmakers are now evaluating the Inspector General’s report that found widespread changes in scores in Baltimore City schools. Governor Larry Hogan himself called for an outside investigation | Read more here. One man was taken hostage, held for ransom and shot dead. Then the place where he was held caught fire, according to unsealed federal court records about the May fire on Furrow Street in Carrollton Ridge | Read more here.WHAT’S IN THE HEADLINES ELSEWHEREThe House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol last year | Read more here. President Joe Biden and other Western Hemisphere leaders to announce Friday what is being billed as a roadmap for countries to take in large numbers of migrants and refugees | Read more here.WBAL-TV 11 Weather RadarWBAL-TV 11 Traffic Map

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WEATHER FORECAST FOR TODAY IN MARYLAND

Meteorologist Ava Marie says Friday will start off cooler with low humidity, but will then be comfortable and mostly sunny with temperatures in the low 80s. The weekend will see more rain, especially a steady period on Saturday morning.

Temperatures will also plummet into the mid-70s Saturday. There is also a chance for thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday. It will get hot early next week as we will see temperatures in the high to mid 80’s. It will be another wet with a chance for storms mid week.

WHAT’S MAKING NEWS IN MARYLAND

Police: 3 People Dead, MSP Police Injured in Smithsburg Shooting | Three people were killed and a Maryland State Trooper was injured after a shooting at a business in Smithsburg. Read more here.

State lawmakers are now evaluating the Inspector General’s report that found widespread changes in scores in Baltimore City schools. Governor Larry Hogan himself called for an outside investigation | Read more here.

One man was taken hostage, held for ransom and shot dead. Then the place where he was held caught fire, according to unsealed federal court records about the May fire on Furrow Street in Carrollton Ridge | Read more here.

WHAT’S IN THE HEADLINES ELSEWHERE

The House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol held the first in a series of hearings laying out its initial findings Thursday night, a long-awaited look at the evidence that the panel has been collecting over the past year | Read more here.

President Joe Biden and other Western Hemisphere leaders to announce Friday what is being billed as a roadmap for countries to take in large numbers of migrants and refugees | Read more here.

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