5 things to know today: Strange twist in McIver shooting case

1. Strange twist in McIver shooting case. Claud “Tex” McIver, an Atlanta attorney, who says he accidentally shot and killed his wife last month was charged some 25 years ago with firing a gun at a car containing three teens in DeKalb County. [Read here]

2. Hartsfield-Jackson holding job fair today. Dozens of employers will be hiring for more than 500 jobs, starting 10 a.m. at the Georgia International Convention Center. [Read here]

3. Hawks coach injured in court-side collision. Late in the second quarter of an exhibition against the Pelicans, Mike Budenholzer was involved in a collision with the Pelicans’ Langston Galloway chasing a loose ball along the sideline near the Hawks’ bench. [Read here]

4. Ross Harris trial: 3 key takeaways from Tuesday's testimony. Graphic images shown to the jury by the Cobb County medical examiner illuminated the extent of Cooper Harris' injuries — creating an emotional morning of testimony in the hot car murder trial. [Read here]

5. Record-breaking temps in forecast. Get ready for another day of head-scratching weather, metro Atlanta. According to the latest forecast, temperatures could come close to 90 degrees Wednesday. [Read here]

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