5 things to know today: Protestors score meeting with Atlanta mayor

1. Protesters at the Governor's Mansion declare victory after landing meeting with Kasim Reed. Several hundred demonstrators met with the mayor in the aftermath of recent police shootings early Tuesday morning. It was the fifth night of protests in a row in Atlanta streets. [Read here]

2. Storms unlikely but possible, warm-up ahead. Isolated storms are possible but not likely Tuesday afternoon in metro Atlanta. [Read here]

3. Horford opens up about decision to leave Atlanta. It wasn't an easy decision for Al Horford. After spending all nine of his NBA seasons with the Hawks, the four-time All-Star center signed with the Celtics as an unrestricted free agent this month. [Read here]

4. Teheran addresses trade rumors at All-Star media session. After interviews in Spanish with film crews from his native Colombia, then garden-variety questions about the Braves' first-half struggles, his lack of run support and making the National League All-Star team for a second time in three years, Julio Teheran was asked by a reporter the most thinly veiled questions imaginable about a thorny subject. [Read here]

5. Meet the guy who bought Tyler Perry's $17.5 million estate. The new occupant of Tyler Perry's opulent former spread is a businessman and evangelist who says he felt led by God to purchase the property. [Read here]