5 things to know tonight: Trump visits Atlanta, 11Alive reporter resigns and more

1. Trump addresses NRA convention in Atlanta. President Donald Trump repeated many of his tried-and-true favorites from the campaign trail to a friendly crowd at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting. Outside the Georgia World Congress Center, scores of protesters welcomed him. [Read more.]

2. 11Alive's Valerie Hoff resigns after N-word Twitter exchange. The veteran reporter resigned Friday, two weeks after she jokingly used the N-word – the version with an "a" at the end of it – in a private message to a black man on Twitter that he publicized. [Read more.]

3. Tanger Outlet shooting suspect killed by wounded FBI agent. The man suspected of shooting a Banks County deputy in Commerce earlier this week was shot and killed by an FBI agent Friday in southwest Atlanta, FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett said. [Read more.]

4. Four more arrests made in high-end prostitution ring. The additional arrests are the most recent in a months-long investigation that has brought down a Gwinnett County prosecutor and 55 other people, Dunwoody police said Friday. [Read more.]

5. Braves' TV ratings up sharply. Through the first 17 telecasts on Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast, the Braves' ratings increased 64 percent in the Atlanta TV market compared to the same point last season. [Read more.]