Amelia Earhart would have been 115 years old this week. She disappeared in July 1937 near Howland Island, just north of the equator in the Pacific Ocean. A $2.2m expedition to find the wreckage failed to find proof of Ms Earhart’s fate via sonar and video. I spoke with some of her family members in Atchison and they said they are preparing for the possibility she might have died.
If you want to purchase Google‘s new lightning speed, up to 50Mbps, you’ll have to lobby your neighbors. Google will sell the service to entire communities that agree to purchase the service and pay in advance. This in a city where people will drive 5 miles-per-hour for 20 minutes to find a parking space with no meter.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture has confirmed finding an Asian insect called the Emerald Ash Borer in Platte County. They kill 100% of ash trees. Thankfully, 100% of our trees are dead from the drought.
Whole Foods will anchor a proposed development near UMKC on 51st Street that will include a grocery store and 150 luxury apartments. The idea is to combine a place college students can’t afford to live with food they can’t afford to eat.
A Greek athlete has been kicked off the Olympic team for making a racist tweet. Now she’s asking for athletes from all the other countries to help pay for her ticket home.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un just got married. The couple is registered at Bed, Bath and Ballistic Missile.
Kelly Urich hosts the morning show on The Point 99.7 FM