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Talmadge Bridge clogged with traffic

Drivers headed to the Health & Fitness Expo for the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon might want to leave extra time to get there.

Sharisse Thompson will have details on race preparations around town.

Live race coverage begins at 6:30 a.m. Saturday on WTOC.com. The entire race will be livestreamed online. Watch WTOC-TV for a live special from the race route at 7 a.m.

Check out WTOC's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon section

The First Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment honored the lives of two fallen heroes. Brooke Kelley reports.

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