In an unexpected and wonderful moment during our Race for the Cure coverage earlier this month, Tracie Benjamin, a breast cancer survivor, got asked on live television by her boyfriend, Ryan, to marry him. The couple got even more good news this weekend when a Portland jeweler donated an engagement ring.
KATU's Ian Parker was at the finish line and caught the crazy creativeness on camera.
Cleaning the house - it's one of those chores we may not want to take up on a quiet Sunday. We met up with a group of people who gladly gave up part of their weekend to do some serious house cleaning for someone they don't even know.
It was one of the best moments of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure - a surprise proposal on live television.
Nine weeks ago, Kimberli Ransom received the diagnosis that she has breast cancer. Ransom is a photographer by trade and wanted to share her battle with breast cancer through both words and pictures on her blog.
Brandy Waller had always wanted to hear the pitter patter of little feet around her Southeast Portland home. But then she was diagnosed with Stage Three breast cancer.