5 things to know tonight: Atlanta's Mayor Reed bans city travel to North Carolina

1. Atlanta's mayor reed bans city travel to North Carolina. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed joined other elected officials this week in banning non-essential travel by city employees to North Carolina in wake of the state's decision to enact a law deemed discriminatory towards gays, lesbians and transgender people. [Read more]

2. 4 adults, 2 children injured in 10-vehicle crash on I-285 in DeKalb. DeKalb police Tuesday evening were trying to figure out what led to a 10-vehicle crash that injured six people and shut down westbound lanes of I-285 for more than two hours. [Read more]

3. Critics aside, Tyler Perry reaches new heights with OWN, more hits.  When Tyler Perry began creating shows for the then-struggling OWN Network four years ago, he'd send the scripts he'd written to Oprah Winfrey for approval — and she'd wince. [Read more]

4. Church of Scientology sees potential growth in GeorgiaA new Ideal Church of Scientology of Atlanta has opened in Sandy Springs, laying the groundwork for expansion in the state. [Read more]

5. Victims want Atlanta's Catholic leader to ID accused pedophiles. A victims' support group says Atlanta's top Catholic cleric isn't being transparent about child sexual abuse by priests, instead withholding records that could protect children and help survivors. [Read more]