Black Friday bargain hunters will find promotions, extended hours.
While families watch football, eat cranberry sauce and carry out other traditions together, think of the bird who died to make the day possible.
The U.S. attorney's office wouldn't say how much money the men sent to Palestine.
The judge ruled the firm couldn't have known some employees were illegal immigrants. He also ordered that the company be made eligible for future state contracts.
The increase in filings means the state ranks 14th in the nation for the number of filings per capita.
The surge of more than 30,000 troops could raise the cost of the war to $75 billion a year. The plan faces a challenge from the American public and from Congress.
While some Native Americans feel conflicted about the holiday, for most it is just another day to give thanks.
Retailers are responding to tough economic times by luring people to their stores with practical items.
The holiday shopping season kicks off with sales and discounts on Black Friday, the day that's best known for sending stores into profitablility, or "the black."
Kansas' Mark Mangino said he is fine with his school's investigation into how he has coached his football team, but he said he wishes word of the investigation had not leaked to the public.
New Hickman boys basketball coach John Burns had the unique opportunity to travel around the country to observe some of the coaching that goes on at some of the nation's premier basketball programs.
There have been a number of positive stories in Columbia this year for which to give thanks.
Take it from someone who once sold a $2.95 warranty on a $6.95 purchase — you don't need everything a salesperson may try to sell you.
The Missouri volleyball team lost 16-25, 25-16, 25-17, 25-19 to Baylor on Wednesday night at Hearnes Center.
Ted Anderson, a patrol officer, was arrested early Tuesday and placed on administrative leave.
The feast of sacrifice is a three-day Muslim holiday marking Ibrahim's faith. This year, it begins the day after Thanksgiving.
Walter Jones received a five-year prison sentence for second-degree robbery for his involvement in the "Knock Out King" parking garage robbery in June.
The man is one of six arrested in connection with a February shooting death. The other five suspects are still incarcerated.
A Columbia couple reported unauthorized charges to their bank account Nov. 16. Police say they believe it is an isolated case.