Research demonstrates that there are some health benefits to drinking coffee, but excessive caffeine consumption — especially when energy drinks are part of the mix — are causing sleep problems and anxiety for a significant percentage of college students, who aren't great at handling stress in the first place.
Temperatures reached a record-breaking 75 degrees on Monday afternoon, bringing shorts-clad Columbians to downtown and raising concerns about a worsening drought.
The historic Heibel-March Building has become dilapidated after 15 years of vacancy, but city officials hope Grove Construction can clean it up.
Missouri coach Frank Haith says his team has to play even harder to avoid the kind of upsets other top-ranked teams have suffered.
A city official says a proposal would strike a balance between tent safety and feasibility of inspections.
Although the suspension and rape allegations against Michael Dixon Jr. brought the conversation about rape culture to the forefront of a lot of minds, the issue is part of a bigger dialogue.
The Tigers were previously ranked No. 16 and moved up after beating Appalachian State.
The FastCAT transit initiative has only reached 10.7 percent of the sales goal needed to cover operating costs, according to a report to Columbia City Council from City Manager Mike Matthes.
Boone County firefighters put out a two-acre brush fire on Monday.
David Yost, who was on Missouri football's coaching staff since head coach Gary Pinkel became coach 12 seasons ago, is resigning for personal reasons.
The Tigers beat Tennessee-Martin 82-71 on Monday night at Mizzou Arena behind the long-range shooting of Morgan Eye.
Wilma Iris Via is remembered for her giving manner that touched people's hearts. She was 90.
Fire investigators say gas leak, bug fogger are possible sources.
Wilson is a local Columbia attorney and served a short while as a judge in the 19th Judicial Circuit in Cole County.
No lifeguards were present when Rock Bridge alumna Arianna Alioto was found after drowning in a swimming pool at Northern Michigan University.
There were no injuries in a small fire that occurred in the southeast part of Columbia.
Thanks to the new MU Compliments page, the warm fuzzies have been spreading across campus since Friday morning.
It's easy to stand up against victim-blaming on Facebook or with your friends. It's harder when you're talking to people you don't know very well.
Two men broke into a home on Carol Drive, and at a different residence a man reportedly choked a pregnant woman.
Profiles of four non-tenure-track MU faculty members show their day-to-day experiences working in the schools of medicine, music and journalism and at MU Extension.