5 things to know tonight: Ex-Waffle House waitress accused of spiking co-worker's drink

1. Ex-Waffle House waitress accused of spiking co-worker's drink. A former Waffle House waitress from Forsyth County is accused of spiking her co-worker's drink with methamphetamine, an act that authorities said left a 37-year-old man comatose. [Read more]

2. Where does The New York Times think you should eat in Atlanta?  the Atlanta dining scene got some love from The New York Times this week via a profile by food correspondent Kim Severson. [Read more]

3. Donald Trump in Atlanta on Sunday, John Kasich visits on Tuesday. Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is returning to Atlanta on Sunday in what's likely his first campaign stop after the South Carolina GOP primary. In addition, Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday will hold a town hall event at Kennesaw State University at noon and will likely address the Georgia House as well. [Read more]

4. Toddler inured after unbuckling seat belt, falling from moving car. The 2-year-old girl was taken to an area hospital with head injuries, police spokeswoman Lisa Holland told Channel 2 Action News. [Read more]

5. Ex-trooper cleared in Carroll County crash that killed 2 teens. A former Georgia state trooper who was involved in a crash that killed two Paulding County teenage girls nearly five months ago won't face charges, officials said. [Read more]