5 things to know tonight: Two men arrested after I-75 crash uncovers suspected rolling meth lab

1. Two men arrested after I-75 crash uncovers suspected rolling meth lab. Two menCapture were arrested Thursday after a single-vehicle crash uncovered a suspected rolling meth lab and led to northbound lane closures on I-75 that lasted for hours, the Lamar County Sheriff’s Office said. [Read more]

2Freezing temperatures, possible wintry mix on the way. Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing Friday as part of a cooling trend that could also mean a wintry mix next week, Channel 2 Action News meteorologists said. [Read more]

4. Georgia State offering $2K reward for information in library robberies. Georgia State University is offering a $2,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest in a string of robberies in the campus library over the past two months. [Read more]

3. Southwest Georgia Pipeline gets federal OK. The Sabal Trail pipeline, which would run 516 miles from Alabama through 9 Georgia counties and into Florida, only needs a federal wetlands permit and a state air-quality permit before construction begins, perhaps as early as May. [Read more]

5. Ted Cruz: ‘I’m going to pay to air Jimmy Carter attacking me.’ Consider Texas Sen. Ted Cruz pleased with the news that former President Jimmy Carter picked Donald Trump over him in the Republican presidential contest. [Read more]

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