KomenCLT Race For The Cure

  Komen Charlotte: Thousands race for the cure in uptown

Saturday marks the 22nd annual Komen Charlotte "Race for the Cure" 5k in uptown Charlotte.

  Breast Cancer Survivor Friday: A doctor misses her own breast cancer diagnosis

Maureen says her cancer battle gave her a newfound appreciation for life, given her a new relationship with patients, and got her involved with Komen Charlotte Race for the Cure.

Girl helps mom through cancer diagnosis

Mary Bryan Smith says the day she found out she was pregnant, she also found out she had a lump in her breast. She was only 31 years old.

Race for the Cure: Where to park

Both the 5K route and the 1-mile route will begin at 7:45 a.m. Oct. 6.

Fighting breast cancer by joining #TeamMolly

WBTV'S Team Molly was the largest Komen Charlotte "Race for the Cure" team last year and THIS YEAR we want to be even stronger in our mission to find a cure for breast cancer and lift up the warriors who fight.

Beloved mom loses her battle with breast cancer

Julie was already signed up for this year’s #TeamMolly. She was one of the first people to register, saying last year’s Race gave her huge support, and she wasn’t going to miss it.

Gastonia Police Dept now has 15 people registered for WBTV News Team Molly

Support Sgt. Bess of the Gastonia Police Department in the upcoming "Race for the Cure" with Molly's team!

Cancer truth: I am a man and I have breasts

The breast cancer rate in men is about 1 in 1,000 compared to 1 in 8 in women.

High school baseball team walks in support of pitcher’s mom

The Dodgers walked the Susan G. Komen Charlotte race in their baseball pants and wore custom-made pink shirts with "Dodson Dodgers" on the front.

Charlotte Survivor Gets Engaged at Race for the Cure!

With so much going on last Saturday at Race for the Cure, most people missed when Charlotte breast cancer survivor Carrie Letorney turned around right before the Race started, and saw her boyfriend on one knee.

Thousands in Charlotte Participate in Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Thousands showed up in Uptown Charlotte Saturday wearing their pink to participate in Susan G. Komen's 5K Race for the cure.

BLOG: Pushing survivors in chariots...

They're pushing people "in chariots" at races. Way cool. These guys are doing this through "F3 - Fitness, Fellowship and Faith". All, just because.

Painting Charlotte Motor Speedway Pink with Jimmie Johnson

NASCAR superstar Jimmie Johnson – along with 450 other people, half of whom were survivors – went out to the speedway Wednesday morning to paint the wall pink as a continued effort to showcase the importance of fighting breast cancer in our world.

BLOG: My mom. Why October 7th matters.

When I looked at the crowd, I wasn't exactly sure how to start. I knew her story, have lived with daily repercussions of it the past five months, but stared out and didn't know what to say first.

Week of Survivorship: Co-survivor. Seven times over. Meet Sadrita Barnes.

Sadrita Barnes isn't a survivor. She's a CO-SURVIVOR. Sadrita has gone through breast cancer with SEVEN of her immediate family members.