The scoop on Tuesday, Sept. 15: 5 things to know this morning

In the days following the Sept. 5 attack, a search warrant was released Monday that said both brothers admitted to "attempting to set the residence on fire, strangling their parents with a pillow and/or plastic bag, and stabbing the father." One of the sons — according to the release — also stated that "he'd been planning this since he was eleven years old." Read more.

2. An impressive debut by Quinn's new Falcons

Matt Bryant's 47-yard field with 6:27 left in the game gave the Atlanta team the lead before Philly missed a goal and safety Ricardo Allen interrupted a tipped pass in the last minute of Monday's game for a 26-24 win. Read more.

3. ESPN ranks Tech's remaining strength of schedule toughest in country

Georgia Tech is about to jump into a rough schedule for the final 10 games of the regular season. According to ESPN's "Football Power Index," Tech's remaining schedule is the strongest of any team in FBS. Don't miss the upcoming game against No. 10 Notre Dame this Saturday. Read more.

4. Reed's office investigating use of Atlanta fire station for escort ads

Provocative images of multiple women posing in front of a fire truck and donning Atlanta Fire Rescue gear appeared on an online classifieds portal. The website, called Backpage Georgia, has been accused of facilitating sex trafficking. Mayor Kasim Reed's office is investigating the situation. Read more.

5. Judge denies motion to bar media from hot car death hearings

On Monday, the judge in the Justin Ross Harris case denied a defense motion to bar media from covering pre-trial hearings. Harris is accused of intentionally leaving his 22-month-old son inside a hot SUV to die. Read more.