5 things to know today: Pastor convicted of child molestation

1. It took a jury only half an hour to convict 78-year-0ld John Aubrey Pinkston for molesting two young girls at his Kennesaw church. Pinkston, of Dallas,  was sentence to 20 years, with 10 years to serve in custody and the remainder on probation. [Read more]

2. Scott Boulevard Baptist Church has been demolished. The church and the neighborhood surrounding it will be developed into a multi-use complex. [Read more]

3. Krispy Kreme is celebrating its 78th anniversary Friday by offering customers who buy a dozen of their original glazed doughnuts an additional dozen for only 78 cents. Here are some health facts you might not want to know if you plan to indulge. [Read more]

4. Quinn Nordin, a 3-star from Michigan, will announce his college decision at 10:30 a.m. Friday. He will pick from Penn State, Michigan, UGA and Arizona State. [Read more]

5. Everyone is waiting for Harper Lee's new book, "Go Set a Watchman," to arrive. But what has Lee been doing since "To Kill a Mockingbird" was released more than 50 years ago? [Read more]