5 things to know tonight: Indicted DeKalb officer resigns under pressure


5 things to know tonight: Indicted DeKalb officer resigns under pressure

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DeKalb County Jail booking photo of Officer Robert Olsen, released on bond Friday morning.

1. Indicted DeKalb officer resigns under pressure. DeKalb County officer Robert Olsen turned in his badge late Monday, four days after he was indicted on murder charges in the shooting death of an unarmed civilian. [Read more]

2. Georgia school official resigns over Facebook posts, called "vile." Associate superintendent Jeremy Spencer — who posted online about race, religion and partisan politics — is no longer a Department of Education employee, according to a statement by Georgia Superintendent Richard Woods. [Read more]

3. Death of Weather Channel meteorologist ruled a suicide. Longtime Weather Channel meteorologist Nicholas Wiltgen died after crashing his car into a parking garage Sunday at Midtown's Colony Square Mall. According to the Fulton County Medical Examiner's office, the death was ruled a suicide. [Read more]

4. Insurer that runs Georgia health plan lost hard drives with data on 950,000 individuals. The parent company of Peach State Health Plan, Centene Corp, said on Monday that it is searching its offices for six hard drives containing sensitive personal information for 950,000 people. [Read more

5. High chance of rain tonight. It's probably a good idea to have that umbrella in hand tonight. [Get your 5-day forecast

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