5 things to know tonight: Woman dies after losing baby in Oglethorpe shooting

1. Woman dies after losing baby in Oglethorpe shooting: Hayley Hill — the pregnant 23-year-old who lost her baby when her boyfriend shot her and dumped her from a pickup on Monday — died today after she had been hospitalized with injuries. [Read more] | [Pregnant ex-girlfriend shot, thrown from pickup; infant dies]

2. Former NBA star Darryl Dawkins, known as 'Chocolate Thunder,' has died: According to WFMZ, the former NBA player known for his amazing dunking ability has died. [Read more]

3. Texas mom's photo goes viral: I don't want to bake cupcakes, go to a ball or sell wrapping paper. Just take my money. A Texas mom posted a PTA volunteer sheet on Facebook after her daughter brought it home from school. The witty list has gone viral. [Read more]

4. Bread recalled in 11 states due to possible broken glass: A bakery in Pennsylvania has issued a voluntary recall after a light bulb broke at one of its stores and may have introduced glass fragments into the products.[Read more]

5. Tonight's forecast: Mainly clear skies with a low of 64. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph. [Get real-time weather info]

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