5 things to know tonight: 130 patients have qualified for medical marijuana registry

After battling for years to help treat his daughter, Sydney, with cannabis oil, J-Bo Wages finally holds his state of Georgia low-THC cannabis oil registration card. Curtis Compton / ccompton@ajc.com

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After battling for years to help treat his daughter, Sydney, with cannabis oil, J-Bo Wages finally holds his state of Georgia low-THC cannabis oil registration card. Curtis Compton / ccompton@ajc.com

1. Worse than Trump? University of Alabama sorority video under fire: A guest opinion piece, posted to AL.com, claimed the video was "worse for women than Donald Trump," citing images of sorority sisters wearing bikinis and blowing glitter that "sell beauty, sexuality, and a specific look." [See clips]

2. Georgia attorney sold pills, meth to undercover agents, sheriff says: About 8:30 a.m., drug agents arrested Holly Hogue Edwards on multiple charges, including four counts of distributing oxycodone and one count of distributing methamphetamine, Monroe sheriff's spokeswoman Allison Willis said in an emailed statement. [Read more]

3. Legendary Papa John's car stolen and then recovered: The 1971 Camaro Z28 was stolen from a car show in Detroit over the weekend, according to the Associated Press. The car was found Monday morning, abandoned between two boarded-up homes, intact but with little damage, police reportedly said. [Read more]

4. Georgia's cannabis registry is off to a fast start: As of Tuesday, more than 130 patients have qualified for Georgia's new medical marijuana registry after its first 50 days of business. But some doctors are calling for more info and training. [Read more]

5. Tonight's forecast: Variable clouds with scattered thunderstorms amd a low of 71. Winds light and variable and a 60 percent chance of rain. [Get more real-time weather info]