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Hundreds help preserve Almeta Crayton's Everyone Eats

More than 200 people volunteer with Almeta Crayton's Everyone Eats on Thursday, helping set up, cook, serve and clean up after the meal.

Thursday was the first Thanksgiving since Crayton's death last month, and for many volunteers, this year's community dinner was a way to ensure that her vision lived on.

Growing up in the Kreklow family

Missouri volleyball's Wayne and Susan Kreklow have raised their family around basketball and volleyball.

Haith returns in Missouri win over Northwestern

Frank Haith returned from a five-game suspension to lead the Missouri men's basketball team to a 78-67 win over Northwestern.

Texas A&M offensive line adds challenge for Missouri football

The recipe for stopping Peyton Manning and Tom Brady has been the same for years. Get pressure on them, and you have a chance. The same can be said about most quarterbacks, in fact. Except Johnny Manziel. 

TIGER KICKOFF: Downloadable e-book for Missouri vs. Texas A&M

Learn everything there is to know about Johnny Manziel in this week's edition. Missouri takes on the Aggies at 6:45 p.m. Saturday.

Cheryl Dake has a collection of collections

With a love of vintage hats, handmade pottery and baskets, the 61-year-old has at least 17 collections, which she continues to build.

Toy collector Tim Sullivan flips his merchandise

Sullivan is more of a dealer than a collector. He buys and sells toys that he thinks will become valuable.

Glass bottle collector finds history in household trash

Eugene Prince has collected glass bottles since 1970, amassing a collection of about 5,000 bottles. Prince says he brings history to life by digging up the story behind each bottle.

Missouri women's basketball heads south for Thanksgiving

Missouri women's basketball travels to Miami to play in the Miami Thanksgiving Tournament. Missouri is 6-0, and the next win will be coach Robin Pingeton's 50th with Missouri.

Man gives instruments new life, but doesn't make music

For the past two years, David Wallace has hunted for instruments in desperate need of repair. He spends his money and time revitalizing them because he delights in making them playable for performers with the musical dedication and talent he lacks.

Pinball collector restores and collects vintage games

B.J. Cunningham restores and collects vintage games that he keeps in his garage-turned-arcade.

Gordon Craig enjoys challenge of finding rare baseball cards

Gordon Craig has collected more than 600,000 baseball cards. Finding them requires dedication and time, but Craig enjoys the challenge of a good search.

GENE ROBERTSON: Police and people of color are all victims of stereotyping

We need to learn to understand individuals and our context before we can know what we can expect from each other.

REVIEW: 5 shopping apps to get you the best prices

Many retailers, for instance, will match deals you find elsewhere, so these apps can help you find better prices to show the cashier. Some let you search for coupons, while others tell you whether you're better off buying online instead.

Chiefs' Smith finally letting loose on offense

The prevailing thought all season was Kansas City couldn't win a high-scoring game, and that its defense would have to carry the load. But while the Chiefs didn't beat San Diego, Alex Smith and his cohorts at least proved that they could pick up some slack.

MU working on medical school expansion

While planning continues for the expansion, there's no consensus on how the $40 million price tag for the overall project would be funded beyond what's already been provided.

DAVID ROSMAN: Thanksgiving holiday origins seldom remembered

We tend to forget that this is a time to remember family and the bountiful harvests, a time to remember our troops under threat of war and to give thanks for the blessings of our being Americans.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: An attitude of gratitude this Thanksgiving

A positive attitude empowers us to choose, to act and to serve. A negative attitude traps us in the victim role where we react to, and blame, others. The truth is no one can control your attitude unless you allow it.

 

Murray gets 3 TDs, Cowboys rally by Raiders 31-24

Dallas is at least temporarily ahead of Philadelphia (6-5) atop the NFC East.

Broncos coach Fox set to return to work Monday

It hasn't been determined whether John Fox, who is recovering from heart surgery, will coach from the sideline or the booth for his first game back, when the Broncos host the Tennessee Titans on Dec. 8.

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