5 things to know today: Report: Teacher pay gap widens in Georgia

1. Georgia teachers earn far less. Teachers across the country earn less than other college graduates, and that's especially so in Georgia, where the Economic Policy Institute reports that teacher wages are 69 percent of others with a similar amount of schooling. [Read here.]

2. Donald Trump pledges to combat ISIS. The Republican presidential nominee unveiled his plan to fight ISIS and terrorism Monday. Here is the text of his remarks as prepared for delivery. [Read here.]

3. Your I-85 HOT lane commute may soon cost more. The State Road and Tollway Authority has announced that toll rates for "various segments" of the express lanes—which run 16 miles from northern Gwinnett County into DeKalb—will increase Aug. 22. [Read here.]

4. 5 things to know about the Falcons on Tuesday. The Falcons (1-0) are set to play the Cleveland Browns (0-1) in their second exhibition game at 8 p.m. on Thursday at First Energy Stadium. Falcons' practice today is the last one open to the public.  [Read here.]

5. Today's temperatures are expected to cross the 90-degree mark for the 63rd time this summer, and there is a 30 percent chance of rain, according to Channel 2 Action News. [Read here.]