Industry surveys predict that sales will be about the same this year as they were in 2009.
While families watch football, eat cranberry sauce and carry out other traditions together, think of the bird who died to make the day possible.
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.
What should be the school board's emphasis with building Columbia's new public high school? Is it more important to find the cheapest overall price tag, or reserve the ability to leave the most jobs for local residents?
As legislators debate whether to increase the role of government in health care, the economy, over which it has established oversight, languishes.
Distance between family members makes the holidays less family-oriented.
The Columbia Police Department last week unveiled its new 9,500-square-foot training facility, opening up new possibilities for how the department trains its officers. What are some ways you think the facility should be used?
Sometimes, when we try to talk about cancer we say the wrong thing. "How can I help?" may be the best four words, one cancer patient said.
Gov. Jay Nixon proposed a tuition freeze for students, but other parts of the higher education budget could be on the chopping block.
The Missourian recently created "Bang for the Buck," a Web site designed to keep tabs on the stimulus in Columbia.
Columbia Missourian sports editor Greg Bowers and reporters Robert Mays, Craig Thomas and Sam Wilson joined KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to talk about covering the team.
Twitter is a good tool for gathering and delivering news, but what's found there can't be taken at face value.
Columbians should be thankful for all Columbia has to offer.
Barack Obama's recent trip to Asia leaves the journalists covering affairs between the United States and the countries of that continent with increased skepticism that this administration can obtain more substantive agreements in the region than the last one could.
The deal does keep higher education more affordable, but it's still another step backward — if it even passes.
MU sororities and fraternities are implementing several changes to their social policy, after a couple of incidents at off-campus sponsored parties.
Columbia Missourian reporter Alycia Yount joins KBIA's Eric Durban to discuss the recent Columbia School Board meeting.
Americans should have faith in our court system and support the 9/11 terrorists trial being held in New York.
Columbia Missourian sports editor Greg Bowers and reporter Joan Niesen joined KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to discuss how international athletes get to Columbia and their transition upon arriving.