The scoop on Thursday, Dec. 3: 5 things to know this morning

Richt, who spent 15 years as UGA football head coach, has accepted the head coaching job at Miami, his alma mater. Read more.

2. 3 men wounded, woman killed in Savannah shooting

Detectives believe at least two shooters were involved in a mass shooting that left a woman dead and three men injured early Wednesday morning. According to the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, no motive has been publicly identified as of Wednesday evening. Read more.

3. Mass shooting in San Bernardino: What we know now

Across the country, another mass shooting occurred in San Bernardino, Calif., the second deadliest since Sandy Hook. At least 14 are dead and 17 injured as a result. Authorities have identified two of possibly three suspects in the shootings: Syed Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27. The latest on the San Bernardino shooting here.

4. Georgia prepared to fight in court over Syrian refugee policy

Gov. Nathan Deal on the Obama administration's food stamp applications for new Syrian refugees: "We think that this is something that's within the prerogative of the state. If they expect us to administer it, we ought to have some input in the process." He joined more than half of the nation's governors opposing the resettlement program after the terror attacks in Paris. Read more.

5. Exclusive: Fired Kemp worker says he is a scapegoat

Programmer Gary Cooley, who was fired after being blamed for a massive data breach, said Wednesday that he has been made a scapegoat. "I just want to clear my name and get the story correct," he said. Read more.