Guests at Almeta Crayton's Everybody Eats Thanksgiving meal wrote down their blessings and tribues to Crayton, creating a colorful tree of sticky notes in the dining room of Stamper Commons at Stephens College.
Daniel Pliska, director of catering at MU and top chef in the University Club's kitchen, champions natural foods and leaves a legacy through his writings.
The last week of Battle Highfootball's regular season is when the Spartans came together as a team.
On street beneath a lighted "Season's Greetings" garland, three children used paintbrushes to decorate the plywood covering many storefront windows. One quoted from "The Lorax" by Dr. Seuss: "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better, it's not."
Before Friday's game, here's a look at the surging Arkansas Razorbacks, who will try to prevent Missouri from winning its second consecutive SEC East title.
The athletics department at Columbia College is changing. The school will add roughly 100 student-athletes in 2016 with the addition of indoor and outdoor track and field teams and a baseball team. Bob Burchard, the school's athletics director, is the mind behind most of it.
Last year's 182-pound state champion, Cody Maly ,has learned to love wrestling, and will take that passion with him to Stanford.
A crew from the Columbia Fire Department was dispatched at 2:13 p.m.after several 911 calls reported smoke coming from a residence on Blue Ridge Road.
A Spartan win Friday would be the second time in area history that a football team in its first year of playoff eligibility captured a state championship.
Jaydin Clayton is a three-time state champion wrestler for Fr. Tolton Catholic Regional High School. He has fine-tuned his surgical wrestling style alongside fellow state champion Will Tindal as the wrestling team looks to accomplish big things this winter.
Our capitalist craze to get the best deals has spawned a new shopping holiday: Grey Thursday. Or, as it's more commonly known, Thanksgiving Day. People choosing to go shopping on a national holiday is one thing. Retail employees being forced to work it is another.
In this essay, reader Nancy Rogers writes about celebrating memories of a loved one through cherished possessions.
The Phillips Academy Wildcats, Chicago's first all-black high school, has made history on the field already.
Sunday's game between the Packers and Patriots will be a showdown between two of the league's top quarterbacks.
Guests at Almeta Crayton's Everybody Eats Thanksgiving meal enjoyed food and posted notes with their connections to Crayton and each other on a paper tree in the dining room of Stamper Commons at Stephens College on Thursday.
Philadelphia had no problem on the road against its division rival.
Calvin Johnson's two first-half touchdowns helped the Lions win on Thanksgiving for the second straight year.
Kansas City's inability to get going last week led to an upset loss against previously winless Oakland.
Ferguson protests and power outages joined the tradition Thanksgiving events.
There are many brave and decent people in Ferguson and elsewhere who still want to turn the horrors of Brown’s death into something good and lasting. But it has not happened yet.