ROGERS, AR-- The Komen Ozark Race for the Cure was fun for people and their pups too!
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - Early detection of breast cancer can save lives. Experts recommend women begin performing self exams in the 20s to stay ahead of the disease.
ROGERS, AR. --- Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall will turn a sea of pink on Saturday, and you can still register for the race online and at the mall.
ROGERS, AR. --- Pinnacle Hills will be flooded with pink on April 25th. Dogs and their owners will be out in full force walking for a cure.
ROGERS, AR --- Want to join in the fight against breast cancer? Grab your furry friends and head out to the Pinnacle Hills Promenade for 'Bark for the Cure' on April 25.
Marybeth Cornwell is a three year cancer survivor.
Once a month a special group of survivors meet at the Walmart home office.
The LIVESTRONG class is open to all cancer survivors.
BENTONVILLE -- Two teachers fighting a brave battle with cancer have made helping Northwest Arkansas youth their top priority.
ROGERS-- Breast cancer survivors and supporters walked for a reason on Saturday.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- 5% of women in the country diagnosed with breast cancer are under the age of 40. One local breast cancer survivor says early detection and screening-- even for young women-- can stop cancer in its tracks.
ROGERS, AR -- Hundreds of walkers dressed in pink will take over Rogers Saturday for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk of Northwest Arkansas. One local survivor has made it her mission to fight for awareness and research.
BENTONVILLE -- It was all pink, even down to the drinks. The rosy hues were part of the Go Pink cocktail hour held at 21c in Bentonville Thursday.
ROGERS, AR - The American Cancer Society is hosting its Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on Saturday, November 1 in Rogers.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but a watchdog group claims not all products are helping the cause.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Panera Bread is serving up a tasty treat and donating the proceeds to fight against breast cancer.
JOPLIN, MO - A baker is helping breast cancer survivors one cupcake at a time.
SPRINGDALE -- October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Friday, women in Northwest Arkansas could get free clinical breast exams.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - The annual Sleep Pink initiative encourages women to don pink pajamas and share selfies on social media to raise awareness and money to fight the deadly disease.
SPRINGDALE, AR -- Free breast exams will be happening Friday in Springdale.
SPRINGDALE, AR -- Brides-to-be can score a wedding dress this weekend while supporting the fight against Breast Cancer.
Veteran news anchor Joan Lunden is gracing the cover of the latest issue of "People Magazine," opening up for the first time about her fight with breast cancer.
ROGERS - The men of KNWA joins others across NWA to wear pick and raise money to support the fight against breast cancer.
SPRINGDALE, AR- The Pink Ribbon Luncheon is an annual event packed with breast cancer survivors from across Northwest Arkansas to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month.
SPRINGDALE - The annual Pink Ribbon Luncheon benefits the Ozark affiliate of the Susan G. Komen foundation, which aids breast cancer research.
FAYETTEVILLE -- The No Excuses Breast Cancer Outreach Program, a service of Washington Regional Cancer Support Home, will offer free clinical breast exams.
SPRINGDALE -- This year's Pink Ribbon Luncheon is getting a little Olympic power.
Rogers, Arkansas - Mercy Health has rolled out a new tool that will help in the fight against breast cancer, it's called The Mercy Mobile Health Motor Coach.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Head Hog Brett Bielema is partnering up with Komen Ozark Affiliate to offer an interactive introduction to the fundamentals of college football.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Every year thousands lace up for The Komen Ozark Race for the Cure but what many don't realize long after the run comes to an end the marathon in the fight against breast cancer is just beginning.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- The newest Hope Supply Program and third in the nation, opened it's doors in Bentonville on Friday.
ROGERS, AR. --- Dogs and their owner's showed up on Saturday morning in the fight against breast cancer.
ROGERS, AR-- Research from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation shows 232,000 women and 72,000 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.
ROGERS -- Some of the sights from the 2014 Komen Ozark Race for the Cure - a look behind the scenes of our Race Day Special!
ROGERS -- Watch our special coverage of the 16th annual Komen Race for the Cure.
ROGERS, AR - She's a familiar face at just about every Komen event in Northwest Arkansas.
KNWA -- Our annual show devoted to the fight against against breast cancer. Watch the full special here.
Northwest Arkansas - The Komen Ozark Race For the Cure is Saturday April 26th at the Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Do you have your race team ready? Get on over to Pinnacle Hills!
ROGERS, ARKANSAS - A young lady in Rogers wants you to know , in the fight against breast cancer, we can all Be Superheroes.
ROGERS, AR -- The Ozark Affiliate of the Susan G Komen for The Cure Foundation wants to see you on race day.
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Only about 70 percent of women eligible to get breast screenings actually do.
Marilyn Bielema, mother of Arkansas Razorback Head Football Coach Bret Bielema, will join Shelley McMillon as an honorary co-chair for the 2014 Annual Komen Ozark Race for the Cure in April.
A local business owner and breast cancer patient , Juliane Pfeffer lost her battle with the disease Monday morning.
ROGERS, AR - In this Pink Courage report., a special young lady from Rogers who decided for her Sweet 16 , the party wasn't about her. It was about making a difference.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Students of Happy Hollow Elementary School lined up on Friday to get their pony-tails snipped for a good cause.
ROGERS, AR-- On Thursday, the Komen Ozark Affiliate announced Shelley McMillon, wife of Walmart CEO-elect Doug McMillon, will be the honorary chair for the 2014 Annual Komen Ozark Race for the Cure on April 26, 2014.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR - In our November Pink Courage report a Fayetteville woman named Robin Hall stops by our studios and talked with Neile Jones. The 11-year breast cancer survivor explains why she was asked to represent Arkansas in Washington D.C.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Fayetteville Autopark jumping in once again to help in the fight against breast cancer.