5 things to know tonight: Hazy conditions from fires reported on I-85, I-20

Arson is suspected in fires burning in Rabun County. (Credit: Clayton Tribune)

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Arson is suspected in fires burning in Rabun County. (Credit: Clayton Tribune)

1. Hazy conditions from fires reported on I-85, I-20. Hazy conditions from Georgia wildfires were reported Thursday on I-85 southbound in Gwinnett County and I-20 westbound in DeKalb County, according to the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center. [Read more]

2. Busy Braves have plenty of moves left to make this winter. The Braves made more moves than any team at the General Mangers Meetings, and they're just getting started. [Read more] 

3. When Donald met Barack: The two men were supposed to meet for about 15 minutes but ended up chatting for much longer. A pool reporter was allowed into the room when the pair wrapped up. Here's a taste of what both men said, from pooler Edward-Isaac Dovere of Politico, first from Obama: [Read more] 

4. What led Gwinnett brothers, now prison bound, to try and kill parents? They tried to strangle their parents that night, and they beat them with the butt of a shotgun. They stabbed their father over and over and over again, in the kitchen, in the garage. [Read more]

5. Condemned murderer asks for only pizza for last meal. Condemned murderer Steven Spears has asked for only one thing for his final meal should he be executed next week as scheduled — a large meat pizza. [Read more]