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(WXIA) -- As we move through the week, stay in the know with "11 Things You Need to Know." The following stories are making local and national headlines this morning.
1. Social media - avoid regret
If you've posted to Facebook and Twitter only to regret it later, you're not alone.
2. Sneiderman in court
The case continues today, follow #Sneiderman on @11AliveNews for updates throughout Wednesday.
3. Danielle Parker in court
Parker, who is accused of killing an East Point officer appears in court Wednesday.
4. Bradley Manning sentencing begins
Lawyers will begin presenting evidence at his sentencing hearing Wednesday.
5. 100 percent chance of rain
Today is a day you will definitely need your umbrella.
6. TSA misconduct up 26 percent
Their job is to keep air travelers safe in the wake of the September 11, 2001, attacks. But just how good of a job are they doing?
7. Wednesday morning wrecks
6-car accident on I-285
Multiple accidents caused by wet roads
8. Forgotten student to get $4 million
The Justice Department will pay $4.1 million to a California college student left in a Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell for four days without food or water last year.
9. Falcons nix south site stadium
The Falcons told the Georgia World Congress Center Authority Tuesday that the south site, adjacent to the Georgia Dome is not feasible for construction of a new stadium.
10. Movin' on up in a mini-apartment
Though tiny has long been typical in Manhattan, mini-apartments are popping up in more U.S. cities.
11. Things to do
Want to get out and about despite the rain? Our events calendar is you link to Wednesday events in and around Atlanta.