5 things to know tonight: Cavaliers' Shumpert, a former Georgia Tech player, arrested in metro Atlanta

1. Cavaliers' Shumpert arrested in metro Atlanta. Iman Shumpert, a former Georgia Tech player who won an NBA championship in June with the Cleveland Cavaliers, was pulled over after a deputy twice observed the car failing to maintain its lane, according to officials.  [Read here]

2. Mattress store regrets hideously offensive 9-11 ad.  The owner of a Texas mattress store apologized after associates, without his knowledge or approval, created a mocking 9-11 ad so horribly offensive it's hard to believe it's real. [Read more]

3. JonBenet Ramsey's brother will appear in interviews with Dr. Phil starting Monday.  "I know people think I did it, that my parents did it..we were suspects,"  Burke Ramsey said of JonBenet, who was 6 when she died in 1996. [Read more]

4. Gov. Nathan Deal, state of Georgia, bank a record $2B. An end-of-the-fiscal year report shows the state's savings account hit a record $2.05 billion in fiscal 2016.  [Read more]

5. Ga. Southern investigates alleged racial attacks against cheerleaders.  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]