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Sen. Graham charged with DWI

Sen. Chuck Graham, D-Columbia, was charged with driving while intoxicated on Wednesday. Mark Richardson, the Cole County prosecuting attorney and the special prosecutor appointed to the case, said he and Bob Murray, Graham’s attorney, filed a motion to move the case to Callaway County.

Thanksgiving dinner 2007: Madeover leftovers

What is Columbia cooking up for Thanksgiving dinner this year? Residents share their favorite holiday recipes.

Ragtag wins tax credits

State program creates incentives to donate toward theater’s relocation effort.

Faculty doubt Forsee can lead UM System

The potential hiring of a former telecommunications executive as the next University of Missouri System president has some faculty worried that the finalist lacks the necessary experience in academia.

Volunteers come together to prepare Thanksgiving feast

About 70 volunteers crowded into the kitchen of Stamper Commons cafeteria on Stephens College campus Wednesday to assist First Ward Councilwoman Almeta Crayton in preparing food for the Thanksgiving dinner she hosts.

Fambrough doesn’t have anything nice to say about Missouri

Former Jayhawks coach Don Fambrough brings fire and a severe dislike of MU to the Missouri-Kansas Border Showdown.

Sides brace for battle over judge selections

Missouri’s non-partisan method is a model for many states, but opponents say it’s out of date and keeps the public in the dark.

Boone County man found guilty in sexual assault

A Boone County jury on Wednesday found a Columbia man guilty of sexual assault and deviate sexual assault after deliberating for about two hours.

Woman, dog safely pulled from burning car

A passerby pulled an injured woman and her dog from a car after an accident that caused the car to catch fire.

Columbia police plan extra presence during holidays

Officers from the Columbia Police Department will be conducting special traffic enforcement along Stadium Boulevard in a bid to reduce the number of accidents and the amount of road congestion in the area throughout the holiday season.

A guide to Thanksgiving

If you need Thanksgiving facts, a suggestion on which wine goes best with cranberry sauce, a holiday timeline or just a fun game to play while waiting on the turkey to cook, check out this interactive guide to turkey day.

Several supermarkets open on Thanksgiving Day

If you still need to shop for your Thanksgiving meal, don’t fret. Most Columbia supermarkets are open Thursday.

Desserts still needed for community Thanksgiving meal

Dessert at Almeta Crayton’s community Thanksgiving dinner might be a little less sweet this year, if she and her team of volunteers don’t receive more donations.

Columbia man assaulted, robbed by group of men, police say

Five men robbed a 19-year-old Columbia man of his backpack near a downtown bus station Tuesday night, Columbia police said.

Enriching lives

Bouncing on her mother's knee, Sophia Rounds sat in a green onesie, a snail prominently displayed on the front, and pulled her mother's brown hair. Throughout their appointment, the 5-month-old blonde kept tugging her mom's hair, prompting Jill Rounds to look down and ease her baby's grip every couple of minutes as she answered a series of questions about herself and Sophia.

Local view: Giving thanks for partisan politics

Lyons leads MU to victory

With DeMarre Carroll in foul trouble and Stefhon Hannah playing through an illness, Leo Lyons led Missouri against Maryland

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