5 things to know today: Smog alert issued for metro Atlanta

1.    Smog could pose problems. A code orange smog alert was issued Friday for metro Atlanta. That means air quality could put sensitive groups at risk as temperatures start to push toward the lower 90s this afternoon. [Read here]

2.    Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport launches project to reduce wait times for Plane Train people-mover. As the airport looks to add a Concourse G and eventually even more concourses, it is launching a $307 million project to shorten wait times for the Plane Train people-mover and add capacity. [Read here]

3.    Star 94.1's Jenn Hobby's baby daughter now in chemotherapy. Since Star 94.1 host Jenn Hobby and her husband Grant Rivera received the news that their then 10-month-old daughter Reese had a cancerous mass in her pelvic region on Aug. 13, their life has been an emotional roller coaster of hospital visits, prayers and quick lessons in radiation and chemotherapy treatments. The good news is Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston had the expertise to deal with Reese's illness. [Read here]

4.    Ga. Southern investigates alleged racial attacks. Georgia Southern University is investigating claims its students attacked Savannah State University cheerleaders with bottles and racial slurs during Saturday's game in Statesboro. [Read here]

5.    Neighbors fight 'adult-only' hotel planned next to church. Church members fought off an adult-only hotel a few years ago, but a development in Forsyth County is now moving forward with a plan. [Read here]