5 things to know today: Baby killed, woman critically burned in fire 

1. Baby killed, woman critically burned in Atlanta fire. A baby was killed and a woman critically injured in a house fire on Paines Avenue this morning. Authorities do not believe the fire was an act of arson. [Read here] 

2. Sources: Stacey Evans ‘seriously’ considering run for governor. State Rep. Stacey Evans is exploring a run for Georgia governor, setting up what could be a potentially divisive Democratic primary for the state’s top job in 2018, according to two people with direct knowledge of her discussions. [Read here] 

3. Liberty Media sets stockholders meeting for SunTrust Park. Braves owner Liberty Media, rarely visible around the team, plans to hold its annual meeting of stockholders at SunTrust Park this spring. Liberty said Wednesday that the meeting will be held at the Braves’ “headquarters” in the new stadium on May 24. [Read here] 

4. Cool, windy day ahead. Temps will be 30 degrees lower Thursday than they were at their record-tying height of 86 degrees Tuesday. The last time Atlanta temps hit that number was 1907. [Read here] 

5. Ed Hartwell seeks joint custody of child with Keshia Knight Pulliam. Former NFL player Ed Hartwell is trying to convince a Fulton County Superior Court judge to give him joint custody of his infant daughter with actress Keshia Knight Pulliam. [Read here]

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