The scoop on Friday, September 4: 5 things to know this morning

Tech dominated the game against Alcorn State Thursday night, despite Tech's defense being among the weakest in the country on third down last season. That being said, Alcorn State came to Atlanta representing one of the weakest leagues in FCS. Read more.

2. MARTA Chamblee and Brookhaven stations next to get walkable villages

On Thursday, MARTA selected the partners who will transform the space near the Brookhaven station into a huge park, a hotel, shopping and office space, apartments, condos and more. A plan to build a mixture of offices and retail has also been approved for a 2.14-acre space at the Chamblee station. Read more.

3. Judge jails Kentucky clerk Kim Davis for not issuing same-sex marriage licenses

According to NBC News, Davis was taken into custody Thursday afternoon after a federal judge ordered her to jail when she refused to abide by the Supreme Court ruling that legalized gay marriage. Five of her six deputies agreed to issue the licenses; the only one to hold out was Davis' son, who serves under his mother. Read more.

4. Biden gives impassioned defense of Iranian nuke deal to Jewish leaders

Vice President Joe Biden was in town speaking at an Atlanta synagogue Thursday evening. He delivered a forceful defense of the nuclear agreement with Iran, telling some of the most influential Jewish leaders in Atlanta that the deal would result in a more secure Israel. Read more.

5. DeKalb corruption report delayed

It'll be another month before the long-awaited corruption report will be revealed, according to former Georgia Attorney General Mike Bowers. "It's just a lot of material to analyze and go through ... we're not going to rush this thing. We're going to make sure it's right." Interim DeKalb CEO Lee May, who instigated the investigation, is frustrated because he wanted the report by early August. Read more.