5 things to know tonight: Atlanta’s Hussein Fatal, Tupac Shakur associate, killed

1. Rapper Young Thug was arrested Wednesday morning, eight days after allegedly threatening toshoot a Perimeter Mall security guard in the face. According to an arrest warrant, Williams was asked to leave the mall and was being escorted out when he "threatened to shoot (a security guard) in the face." [Read more]

2. Atlanta's Hussein Fatal, Tupac Shakur associate, killed in Friday crash: Fatal was a passenger in Zanetta L. Yearby's black Dodge Challenger just after 2:30 a.m. Friday, according to a Georgia State Patrol crash report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He was best known as a member of the Tupac-led rap group The Outlawz. [Read more]

3. Big Boi endorses petition for Outkast carving on Stone Mountain: How ‘bout two dope boys in a Cadillac — on the side of Stone Mountain? Just a few days after the NAACP issued a call for the removal of the mountain’s iconic Confederate carving, a petition of a very different ilk has surfaced online. [Read more]

4. Reflecting on the Braves' deals: Were they worth it? Granted, grading the deals today is somewhat like grading an NFL draft after a few hours. But it's the All-Star break, a time for analysis. [So here goes]

5. A Clarkston coffee truck with a mission: Initially, Refuge Coffee, which opened for business just a month ago, limited its business to one corner of Clarkston one day a week. Now it is here 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays; 8 a.m.-2 p.m. every Tuesday at the Cobb Galleria; and at other times on television and movie sets, private events and weddings. [Read more]