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Videos for December 16, 2010

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Fans React to Mario Little's Arrest

News of Mario Little's arrest slowly made its way across campus Thursday. 6News spoke to several students who expressed shock and disappointment over his arrest.

Published on December 16, 2010

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Colatteral Damage: Students say Legal Problems Affect University's Reputation

The arrest of Mario Little is another black eye for the KU Athletics Department. But does it have a negative affect on the university's reputation?

Published on December 16, 2010

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Jingle Bell Jog 2010

Red Dog Days participants get in a little after-hours holiday run during the annual Jingle Bell Jog along Massachusetts Street, Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010. Dressed in their best holiday gear, the group made a quick pass through downtown, collected some money for charity and then gathered for food and drinks.

Published on December 16, 2010

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12-16 Forecast

Temperatures will remain chilly for your Friday as highs struggle to the middle 30's with overnight lows near 15°

Published on December 16, 2010

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Self discusses Mario Little's arrest

Kansas head coach Bill Self spoke with reporters about the arrest of guard Mario Little on Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010. Little was arrested early Thursday morning.

Published on December 16, 2010

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KU Basketball Player Arrested

KU basketball player Mario Little was arrested early Thursday morning on four counts of battery, trepassing and damage to property allegations.

Published on December 16, 2010

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Kansas players discuss Mario Little's arrest

Kansas basketball players Brady Morningstar, Marcus Morris and Tyshawn Taylor discussed how Mario Little's arrest would affect the team Thursday, Dec. 15, 2010 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Published on December 16, 2010

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Sam Brownback surprised by students delivering petitions to his office

KU student body president Michael Wade Smith and other student leaders from Kansas universities were at Governor-elect Brownback's office this morning to deliver 3,000 petitions from students, asking for his support for the Kansas Commitment — a plan from the Board of Regents seeking to invest $50 million to improve higher education in Kansas. They had expected to deliver the petitions to a staffer but Brownback walked into the office right as the students arrived.

Published on December 16, 2010