Ken Gregory, left, and Jay Myers emerge from the icy waters of Lake Raleigh during the 2015 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics North Carolina on Saturday. The event, sponsored by the N.C. State University Police Department, raises funds and awareness for Special Olympics. More than 70 people registered to participate.
Ken Gregory, left, and Jay Myers emerge from the icy waters of Lake Raleigh during the 2015 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics North Carolina on Saturday. The event, sponsored by the N.C. State University Police Department, raises funds and awareness for Special Olympics. More than 70 people registered to participate. newsobserver.com
Ken Gregory, left, and Jay Myers emerge from the icy waters of Lake Raleigh during the 2015 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics North Carolina on Saturday. The event, sponsored by the N.C. State University Police Department, raises funds and awareness for Special Olympics. More than 70 people registered to participate. newsobserver.com

Dozens plunge into icy lake to help Special Olympics

February 23, 2015 9:03 AM

More Videos

  • Property owner opposed to Raleigh greenway location

    Video: M.H. Green, a 92-year-old veteran, owns several parcels of lands in the Boylan Heights neighborhood on South Street. He is opposed to the proposed placement of the Rosengarten Greenway on his property. Green would like the greenway moved to another side of his property to preserve his property values.