10 things to know for today

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. WATER WARS: FLORIDA TO SUE GEORGIA

Premium content: Florida wants to take its "water war" with Georgia to the U.S. Supreme Court.

2. NEW RULES COMING FOR GA. COLLEGES

Premium content: For the first time in almost two decades, the University System of Georgia is clearly spelling out this week what types of degrees each of its 31 colleges should offer and how heavily they should focus on research versus teaching. | AJC focus: Education

Explore3. EGYPT MOVES ON PROTEST SITES

With tear gas and armored cars, Egypt dispersed Morsi supporters camped for weeks in Cairo. There was no official confirmation of a death toll. | VIDEO: Egypt's Brotherhood says 30 dead in protest crackdown

Explore4. FIRST MIDEAST PEACE TALKS IN FIVE YEARS

Israelis and Palestinians were beginning negotiations today hours after Israel released 26 long-held Palestinian prisoners. | VIDEO: Kerry optimistic about Mideast peace as Israel releases Palestinian prisoners

Explore5. AIR FORCE NUCLEAR UNIT FAILS INSPECTION

It's the second major setback this year for a force charged with the military's most sensitive mission.

Explore6. SOME DEKALB WORKERS TO GET BONUSES?

Premium content: About 1,700 police officers, firefighters and other sworn workers for DeKalb County could soon see a bump in their paychecks.

Explore7. GUNMAN, HOSTAGE KILLED AFTER BANK STANDOFF

Police say a man took three people captive at a Louisiana bank, released one after nine hours then shot the remaining two before police killed him. | VIDEO: La. police kill gunman who took bank hostages

Explore8. SUIT BLOCKS AMERICAN AIRLINES, US AIRWAYS MERGER

The deal would have left four airlines controlling more than 80 percent of the U.S. air-travel market. | VIDEO: American Airlines, U.S. Airways merger challenged by DOJ, states

9. HOSPITAL AGREES TO PUT 15-YEAR-OLD ON TRANSPLANT LIST

The decision comes days after the hospital officials sent the family a letter saying Anthony would not be a good candidate for transplant because he had a “history of non-compliance.”

Explore10. WHERE WERE YOU DURING THE '03 BLACKOUT

An Ohio woman remembers the lights going out on her wedding day. The outage hit 50 million people from Michigan to New England. | VIDEO: Today in history for August 14th