24th Annual Race for the Cure gathers massive support

October 06, 2018 06:50 PM

ALBANY - It was a busy morning in downtown Albany on Saturday as thousands of people raced for a cure for breast cancer.

The annual "Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Northeastern New York 5K" took place.

Advertisement – Content Continues Below

Up to 75 percent of the money raised stays right here in the Capital Region for research and support for those battling breast cancer.

NewsChannel 13 is a proud sponsor of the event. Anchor and health reporter Benita Zahn was the emcee -- and several other members of our news team ran in the race.


Muneib Chater

Copyright 2018 WNYT-TV LLC, a Hubbard Broadcasting Company. All rights reserved

Relay Media Amp
Congressman Antonio Delgado holds town hall in Montgomery County

Schumer urges EPA to pick up the pace on clean drinking water standards

Man pleads not guilty in Troy girlfriend's stabbing death

Final defendant in Glens Falls manslaughter pleads guilty

Pretrial hearing adjourned for Schenectady mom accused of killing infant son