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PROBE College Fair coming to Kennesaw

PROBE College Fair coming to Kennesaw

KENNESAW, Ga. -- The popular PROBE College Fair will stop in Cobb County next week, giving high school students an opportunity to speak directly to representatives from their favorite colleges and universities.

The fair will be Thursday, Sept. 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Town Center at Cobb in Kennesaw.

A number of schools in several states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia and the Carolinas, will be represented. See a complete list of participating colleges.

Learn more and register to attend the fair at gaprobe.org.

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Long, agonizing year for mother of missing woman

Long, agonizing year for mother of missing woman

MARIETTA, GA (WXIA) – For the first time, we are hearing from the mother of a woman who disappeared a year ago.

Twenty-seven year-old Tiffany Whitton was last seen standing outside a Walmart in Marietta. Her mother started a Facebook page, hoping to get answers.

Now, there is a reward in the case.

Lisa Daniels is desperate for answers – for herself, for her family, and especially for a 7-year-old girl who misses her mommy.

Daniels clutches her missing daughter's photo outside the place where Whitton was last seen a year ago – September 13, 2013.

"I'm just begging," Daniels said. "I know that people know. I know somebody out there knows where she is; what happened to her. Who might be involved."

Marietta Police are offering a $2,500 reward in hopes of getting someone to talk.

Weekend roadwork: I-285 and other sad stories

Weekend roadwork: I-285 and other sad stories

(WXIA) -- Another weekend, another series of road projects -- it's a familiar tune in metro Atlanta.

Crews will be on Interstate 285 and other highways throughout the weekend. As always, all work is weather permitting.

Scheduled projects include:

Cobb/Fulton counties
* Two southbound lanes of I-285 will be closed between South Cobb Drive and Bolton Road from 9 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday for concrete slab replacement.

DeKalb County
* Two northbound lanes of I-285 will be closed between Glenwood Road and Covington Highway from 9 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday for sign work.

1 year since Tiffany Whitton disappeared

1 year since Tiffany Whitton disappeared

MARIETTA, Ga. -- Saturday marks one year since the disappearance of Tiffany Michelle Whitton.

Whitton was last seen at the Walmart at 210 Cobb Parkway in Marietta. She has not reached out to any family or friends, including her young daughter.

Earlier this summer, police searched Whitton's boyfriend's house, but didn't find any evidence pointing them to the missing woman.

Tiffany Whitton is white, about 5 feet 3 inches tall and 105 pounds, with blonde hair and green eyes. She has Chinese characters tattooed on her left wrist, and also has tattoos on her back and right shoulder blade.

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Tractor trailers collide on I-75 in Cobb


MARIETTA, Ga. -- Interstate 75 south in Cobb County has reopened, but commuters are still facing major delays after an accident Wednesday morning.

Two tractor trailers collided near South Marietta Parkway, shutting down three right lanes of the interstate. There were no immediate reports of any injuries.

Although the accident has cleared, there is still heavy congestion on I-75 south.

For the latest traffic conditions in metro Atlanta, visit 11Alive.com/Traffic.

Paper shredding, shoe donations in Cobb

Paper shredding, shoe donations in Cobb

COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- Keep Cobb Beautiful will hold a free paper shredding event for county residents this weekend.

Household documents will be accepted Saturday, Sept. 13 from 9 a.m. to noon at Piedmont Church in Marietta. The event will only take paper products -- cardboard, plastic and other such items will not be accepted.

Attendees may also bring shoes to donate. Pairs of shoes should be bound or taped together.

Visit cobbcounty.org for more information about the event.

Piedmont Church is located at 570 Piedmont Road.

Blaze battled at Marietta apartment complex

Blaze battled at Marietta apartment complex

MARIETTA, Ga. -- Fire ripped through a building at a Marietta apartment complex on Monday night.

According to Marietta Fire Dept. Assistant Chief Jeff Gazaway, the fire began on the second floor of an apartment at Cinnamon Ridge Apartments on Franklin Road. Two units of the eight-unit building were damaged by fire, while another two had water damage. The other four units were relatively undamaged,

Seven of those eight units were occupied. Apartment complex management was working to help those displaced by the fire.

One person was transported to a local hospital after having a reported panic attack.