8:45 PM: 70-year-old Leavenworth, Kansas resident Jim Hattok took to social media to help dissuade the city from making him take down his 10-foot-tall Christmas tree made of hubcaps & license plates.
7:30 PM: Barry Blevins was arrested Wednesday for the shooting death of former Kansas State defensive back David Garrett outside a Cleveland bar on October 11.
7:15 PM: WPHT radio host Chris Stigall issued an apology after saying Julie Kramer, a 23-year-old Phillies fan with stage four synovial sarcoma cancer, might not live through an entire Phillies season. Stigall made the comments after Kramer appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show & had a surprise visit from Chase Utley.
7:00 PM: Linda Mulligan, who found the body of Ohio State football player Kosta Karageorge in a Columbus dumpster, said Karageorge's suicide made her want to "fight more" for her own life: "Three weeks before this, I could have seen myself like that .... I know how you can go there."
6:45 PM: A federal judge in Chicago has rejected a proposed $75 million concussion settlement with the NCAA, saying the settlement with former college athletes was too broad.
6:15 PM: Minnesota-Duluth women's hockey player Ashleigh Brykaliuk said the team was upset learning that coach Shannon Miller wouldn't have her contract renewed after 16 seasons: "At least wait until after exams, after Christmas .... Now we're going home with this emotion, this sadness. It doesn't add up to me."
5:45 PM: Michael Vick says that if the New York Jets don't bring him back next season, he'd prefer to play for the Washington Redskins: "Going back home, I mean, that'll be a dream come true. But I would hate to get my hopes up for something that wouldn't happen. So I can't even think about it right now."
5:30 PM: San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick said of Ray McDonald, who was released Wednesday amid a sexual assault investigation: "He's a good friend to lot people on team. No one ever thought bad of him. Hopefully it's just a misunderstanding."
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