Everyone Eats Thanksgiving dinner served by Almeta Crayton, 60 volunteers

More than 400 guests enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at Everyone Eats in Stamper Commons at Stephens College.

More than 400 guests at Stephens College's Stamper Commons enjoyed the former First Ward councilwoman's 15-year holiday tradition.

Pressey, Bowers lead Missouri men's basketball team past Stanford

Laurence Bowers scored 19 points, Phil Pressey had 18, and the Missouri men's basketball team beat Stanford 78-70 on Thursday in the opening round of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in Nassau, Bahamas.

Missouri women's basketball defeats Wichita State in Cancun

Missouri faced its toughest competition of the year Thursday against Wichita State in its opener at the Cancun Challenge tournament. The Tigers prevailed, defeating the Shockers 49-44.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Recognized or not, Missouri and France have connection

Even in a town named Paris, sometimes the link between the city in France and the town in Missouri, proves to be tenuous and unrecognized.

Turkey, pie and politics? Holiday family friction

For some families, it's not necessarily the presidential race that divided them but other ballot issues or political causes. "Having those conversations is healthy for the political process, but sometimes, when it's with family, it can be really, really hard," says Jake Loesch of Minnesota.

Cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service tests same-day delivery

Teaming up with major retailers, the post office will begin the expedited service in San Francisco on Dec. 12 at a price similar to its competitors.

Study finds small businesses create the most jobs

Small businesses created 91 percent of the net new jobs in the Delta region. The report also found that while some jobs continue to be created, the number of jobs today is still behind the number in 2001

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Time for bipartisan solution to state health exchange

Feuding over health exchanges is a futile rear action in the political war against the Affordable Care Act.