Gregory Kent Murrey was a longtime season ticket-holder who fell at least 40 feet to his death from the upper-level railing at Turner Field on Saturday night. This was the third fatal fall at Turner Field since 2008. Read more.
2. Atlanta area relief officials cite lessons learned after Katrina
According to a review by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution of public records and interviews with local and state officials as well as non-governmental leaders, there are still some systemic challenges that may hamper the state's ability to handle future disasters like Katrina. However, some Georgia officials insist they have learned from the past and made adjustments. Read more.
Braves' Julio Teheran did not pitch well at home Sunday, contributing to a brutal loss against the New York Yankees. Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman said it best: "They just kicked our butts." Read more.
4. Self-help expert Wayne Dyer dead at 75
Dyer was a psychotherapist and professor before launching his business. According to CNN, he was diagnosed with lymphatic leukemia in 2009. His life-changing and his first-ever 1976 self-help book, "Your Erroneous Zones: Step-by-Step Advice for Escaping the Trap of Negative Thinking and Taking Control of Your Life" sold millions of copies and inspired many to lead an enjoyable life. Read more.
5. Falcons make 14 roster moves
The Falcons released 13 players and placed one on the physically unable to perform list on Sunday. The team must cut down to 75 players by 4 p.m. this Tuesday. Read more to find out who was waived and put on the physically unable to perform list.
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