The alleged gunman was a former reporter who had been fired by Virginia television station WDBJ-TV. He killed two of the station's journalists while they were broadcasting live Wednesday morning, recording the act on video himself. The graphic video, along with a string of tweets, was posted to his Twitter account before it was suspended. Read more.
Former Clayton County deputy Lynda M. Cook is suing Sheriff Victor Hill for sex, race, age and color discrimination. Cook says Hill even had her train her own replacement when she was being terminated, causing her to lose "pay, security, benefits and prestige." Attempts to reach Hill for comment were unsuccessful. Read more.
Wednesday's game was the 18th consecutive winless start for Shelby Miller — the longest by any Braves pitcher in a season since the move to Atlanta in 1966. Miller blew a 3-0 lead against the Rockies when he gave up four runs in the seventh inning of a 6-3 loss at Turner Field. Read more.
According to the just-released contract between the Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau and gas company Infinite Energy, the $18 million naming rights deal also ensures the name will be on napkins, cups, tickets, programs, employee uniforms and more. Read more.
Maranatha Baptist Church released an updated plan Wednesday for the expected pool of visitors for the former president's class this Sunday. This week, only 400 people will be allowed into the church. At 12:01 a.m. on Sunday, visitors will take a number and must remain at the church to ensure entrance into the 10 a.m. class. Read more.
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