5 things to know tonight: See new restaurant at Atlanta's Porsche HQ, more

1. The parents of Nicholas Thomas, fatally shot in March by a Smyrna police officer, felt "disrespected and discouraged" by the process that culminated Thursday with a grand jury's recommendation not to prosecute the veteran sergeant, the family's lawyer said. [Read more]

2. How much $100 is really worth in Georgia: If you're looking to stretch a dollar, you live in a good state. [Read more]

3. The doors are now open to Restaurant 356 on the complex of the new Porsche Experience Center and headquarters in Atlanta. Look for the likes Chicken Gallantine with foraged bites, pecan, peach and ramp and Carolina Heritage Pork Loin with boiled peanuts, red cabbage and wild garlic chips. [Read more]

4. Bill Torpy on Burrell Ellis: Whether Ellis was predisposed to crossing the line is known only to him. He still contends he didn't. But a jury found him guilty. Maybe there's a Boy Scout badge for redemption? [Read his new column]

5. Confederate flag at Stone Mountain Park stolen, police say: Some people want the Confederate battle flag at Stone Mountain Park taken down. Friday morning, in an unofficial act, someone did. [Read more]