GREEN BAY - If you're going to this weekend's Packers game, you're going to see plenty of pink mixed in with all of the green and gold.
The Packers and the NFL are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
We got a sneak peak Wednesday of the gear players will wear. You'll see pink cleats, gloves, helmet decals, sideline towels and more.
Organizers say getting the players involved is a great way to shed light on breast cancer awareness.
"This is the fifth year the NFL is doing it and it’s really encouraging to see how many of the players are getting, wanting to showcase that and they're wearing more pink, they've got the gloves, they got the decals, anything they can do really helps spread the word,” said Kandi Goltz, game and fan development manager.
And if you're attending the game, it will be a sea of pink! More than 80,000 pink towels, sponsored by Kohl's Cares, will be handed out to fans.
First responders helped ring in the holidays at the 45th annual Howard-Suamico Christmas Parade.
Christmas is just two and half weeks away, and kids and families are getting into the holiday spirit.
Single digit temps around the area caused problems in the Fox Valley Saturday morning.
The frigid temperatures forced some area communities to cancel their weekend Christmas celebrations. But New London braved the cold for its annual Holiday of Wonder Parade.
Maybe it's the weather. Maybe it's all of the injuries, but many Packers fans are saying "no thanks," to this weekend's Packers game.
With only a little snow on the ground in places, snowmobilers are ready for more. In the Lakewood area, trails are not yet open, but clubs are gearing up for an early start to the season.