Though Missouri does not currently impose transfer taxes, Amendment 3 would prohibit any future taxes on real estate transactions from being implemented.
St. Louis and Kansas City currently levy 1 percent taxes on income and business revenues and, if passed, the proposition would subject those taxes to a vote in 2011 and every five years thereafter.
Columbia voters will decide Nov. 2 whether to allow law enforcement officers as well as individuals to use Tasers in Columbia.
The amendment would exempt those POWs who disabilities were service connected from property taxes.
Mid-size and neighborhood park improvements is on the list of projects promised to be completed if city voters approve Proposition 1.
The show made its first ever trip to Columbia on Saturday, but not without ample effort and preparation.
There were no injuries in the accident and fault has not yet been established, the Columbia Police Department said Saturday.
MU faithful celebrate the big homecoming victory in the twittersphere.
The Missouri volleyball team fell to No. 3 Nebraska in three sets on Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
David Glispie, 20, shot his sister in the face with a BB gun before throwing a box fan at his mother.
When Trey Millard was 17 and a four-star recruit at Rock Bridge High School, he made a verbal commitment to Oklahoma. It didn’t go over well around town.
The Columbia College men's soccer team lost 2-1 on Saturday at Parkville.
Columbia was busy with MU Homecoming on Saturday — but not too busy to tweet about it.
Aaron Hobson, 22, was shot in the chest at a convenience store in south Columbia. His cousin, Trey Hobson, is a cornerback for the MU football team.