11:15 a.m. UPDATE: Delta employee bonuses; Ballot stuffing in Ga.?; Atlanta high school shooting

*Atlanta-based Delta Airlines is paying $1.4 million in profit-sharing bonuses to its workers. The AJC reports workers will get bonus checks that will add up to more than a month’s pay.  

*A conservative organization can’t come up with any evidence of ballot trafficking in Georgia. True the Vote claimed there was a massive plot to stuff ballot boxes in the 2020 election, but the group’s effort to question results seems to have stalled. The organization stated in a recent court filing that it has no documents about illegal ballot collections or the name of its informant. A spokesman for the Secretary of State’s office said their claims have been repeatedly debunked, just like all the lies about the 2020 election in Georgia.  

*Four Atlanta students are being treated for injuries suffered in an after-school shooting. The district says shots were fired from a car just after classes dismissed from Benjamin E. Mays High School yesterday afternoon. Injuries are not considered life-threatening. WSB-TV reports investigators detained three people for questioning, but no charges have been filed.