Hawaii State News, evening edition, Sunday, 25 March 2018


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Here are Sunday evening’s top Hawaii State news stories, courtesy of https://feedly.com/i/category/Hawaii.  Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

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Support is building for TMT — even among Hawaiians

On the eve of a court ruling that could determine the fate of the Thirty Meter Telescope in Hawaii, public support for the stalled $1.4 billion project has never been stronger. And that goes especially for Native Hawaiians, who have shown a dramatic shift in opinion regarding the proposed next-generation observatory, according to the latest Hawaii Poll commissioned by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Witness describes grim scene of Nanakuli pedestrian crash

A witness took to social media to describe the gruesome scene Saturday morning after a fatal pedestrian crash in Nanakuli.
Support is building for TMT — even among Hawaiians

On the eve of a court ruling that could determine the fate of the Thirty Meter Telescope in Hawaii, public support for the stalled $1.4 billion project has never been stronger. And that goes especially for Native Hawaiians, who have shown a dramatic shift in opinion regarding the proposed next-generation observatory, according to the latest Hawaii Poll commissioned by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser

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District that arms teachers with rocks to get extra security

A rural Pennsylvania school district that has armed teachers and students with rocks to ward off potential school shooters has arranged for additional armed security in its buildings.
From holiday closures to helping the homeless, 5 newsmakers to watch for this week in Hawaii

Monday is Prince Kuhio Day, the state holiday honoring one of Hawaii’s best-known leaders.Governor David Ige will be visiting a new homeless veterans facility on Wednesday in Kapolei. Biki will hold it’s first “Expansion Open House” on Thursday.
Republican Pennsylvania congressman won’t seek re-election

A Republican Pennsylvania congressman has announced that he will not seek re-election, boosting Democratic hopes of winning his House seat.
Hawaii DOH calls for removal of soil tainted with arsenic in Hilo

The Hawaii State Department of Health issued a final cleanup action report for two vacant lots in Hilo contaminated with arsenic.
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