INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The 22nd Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was held in Indianapolis Saturday morning.
The race, which began at Military Park, is the largest single-day fundraising event in Indiana, according to a release. It is also one of the top 10 largest Komen Races in the world.
Each year, the race averages more than 25,000 participants.
75 percent of the funds raised will support local programs that give Indiana men and women treatment services over the next year.
Saturday's events featured a Pink Parade, Kids' Dash, Competitive 5K and Non-Competitive 5K.
Hoosiers are being hit with the coldest weather statewide in about three years, and officials are warning drivers about black ice.
A man was taken to a local hospital Wednesday night after being shot on the city's east side.
The Indianapolis Zoo hosted its annual "Christmas at the Zoo" fundraiser Wednesday, but the festivities became a secondary celebration for one special family.