People Pack The Polar PlungeThe Super Plunge kicked off a month's worth of plunge events benefiting the Special Olympics with the goal of raising two million dollars.
Chicagoans Plunge For CharityThe skies were blue and it was sunny for the 17th Annual Polar Plunge at Oak Street Beach today.
Polar Plunge Called Off Due To Arctic BlastHopes for a Polar Plunge along the lakefront melted away Monday morning, with organizers saying the frigid temps make it too dangerous.
TWITTER: An Inside Look At Special Olympics Chicago's Polar PlungeSunday marked the 17th annual Special Olympics Chicago Polar Plunge into Lake Michigan at North Avenue Beach.
Thousands Make A Splash At Chicago Special Olympics's Polar PlungeThousands of people, and a few celebrities, gathered Sunday to plunge into Lake Michigan or simply observe the Special Olympics Chicago's 17th annual Polar Plunge.
Young Chicago Athletes Take The Plunge To Benefit Special OlympicsOne student is doing it for a very personal reason, CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.
This Year's 'Super Plunge' For Special Olympics A Little Balmier Than UsualThree years ago, organizers had to use a backhoe to cut through thick ice to open a bathtub-sized patch of water.
Special Olympics Challenges Michael Phelps To Take Polar PlungeOlympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps has been invited to take the Polar Plunge in Chicago next year.
Lady Gaga Among Polar Plungers At North Avenue BeachAl Roker, Lady Gaga and the Shannon Rovers Irish Pipe Band were among the 6,000 people who ran into Lake Michigan at North Avenue Beach for this year’s edition of the Polar Plunge to benefit the Special Olympics.
Polar Plunge For Special Olympics A Little Warmer This Year, But Oh That WindA year ago, a backhoe had to work for hours to cut through an 18-inch ice sheet to provide a place for participants to plunge. WBBM's Bob Roberts reports.
Another New Year, Another Group Of People Taking The Polar PlungeSome do it for a cause, some for the heck of it. WBBM's Mike Krauser reports.
Vince Vaughn, Lady Gaga Take Part In Polar PlungeThousands of people took a dip in icy Lake Michigan at North Avenue Beach Sunday morning, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller.

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