5 things to know tonight: Gwinnett solicitor dismissing 89 cases related to 2 fired officers and other stories

1. Gwinnett solicitor dismissing 89 cases related to fired officers. Gwinnett County's solicitor general has dismissed 89 cases worked by a pair of officers fired Thursday for punching and stomping a black motorist following a traffic stop. [Read more]

2. Photos: SunTrust Park opens its doors for Braves' home opener. It's Opening Day at SunTrust Park. Thirty-one months after the ground-breaking ceremony on this site, the stadium is ready for its first Braves regular-season game. [Read more]

3. More than 350 animals found in 'inches of feces.' More than 350 animals are now safe after they were found living in "inches of feces" and without access to clean water in Habersham County. The animals — including a horse, dogs and puppies, cats, donkeys, pigs, chickens and ducks — were in need of urgent veterinary care, according to The Humane Society of the United States. [Read more]

4. Flesh-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland starts work as therapist. Aimee Copeland, a Gwinnett County native who survived a flesh-eating bacteria after a ziplining accident, is beginning her career as a psychotherapist, she announced on Facebook. [Read more]

5. Roddy White announces his retirement. Falcons all-time leading receiver Roddy White officially announced his retirement on his twitter account Friday. White was released by the team in 2016 and was not signed by another team last season. [Read more]