BISMARCK -- A basketball team shed its blue colors on the court Friday night.
MATTOON -- Employees at Sarah Bush Lincoln are asking for your help in the fight against breast cancer.
CHAMPAIGN -- If support is your thing, whether it's a bra or to help a good cause, an area salon is urging you to act fast.
CHAMPAIGN -- The Better Business Bureau is sending a warning about a practice called "pinkwashing."
URBANA -- The Urbana Fire Department is doing what it can to support breast cancer awareness.
CHAMPAIGN -- An area businessman is using his trade to support a good cause.
FORSYTH -- A group hopes to put an end to breast cancer, one woman at a time.
MOWEAQUA -- Students at Central A&M High School gave a check for $7,000 to St. Mary's Hospital in honor of the Real Men Wear Pink campaign.
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URBANA -- Workers dressed down for a good cause Friday.
CHARLESTON -- Firefighters prove real men do wear pink!
SPRINGFIELD -- The American Cancer Society is launching its annual campaign against breast cancer, and Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka is getting on board.
SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Quinn unveils the new Ticket for the Cure lottery ticket.
Update: 8pm February 25
Members of a local hockey team put their pucks to good use.