Hawaii State News, evening edition, Monday, 26 March 2018

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Here are Monday evening’s (26 March 2018) top Hawaii State news stories compiled by https://feedly.com.  Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

County Orders Hilo Farmers Market to Take Down Tents

Hawai‘i County has ordered Hilo Farmers Market to remove the tarps and the tents that have been its primary structures for over 33 years…


Large waterspout spotted off Oahu’s windward coast

From snow on the Big Island to water spouts on Oahu, Hawaii has seen some wild weather the last few days.
Beneath a Kalihi home, neighbors make a stomach-churning find

For years, Kalihi residents have complained about the amount of trash piling up at this home at the corner of Gulick and Pacheco.
Big Island thunderstorms bring hail, lightning, and damage

Thunderstorms around Hawaii island today brought power outages, heavy rain, lightning strikes, hail, gusty winds, and wind damage, authorities said. The thunderstorms moved onshore this afternoon, affecting primarily Kau, Puna, and South Hilo, and moved quickly across the island, the National Weather Service said. The storms brought lots of lightning, wind, and rain, but by 3 p.m. moved east of t
Helicopter makes safe landing in Hawaii Kai

No one was hurt today after a helicopter with four people on board made an emergency landing in a baseball field at Koko Head Elementary School. Firefighters responded to the school, at 189 Lunalilo Home Road, at about 4:30 p.m. and reported a helicopter made a safe landing, said Honolulu fire Capt. Scot Seguirant. The pilot, with Novictor Helicopters, told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser he landed
Kim and Chin tie in race for U.S. House

Veteran lawmaker Donna Mercado Kim and Lt. Gov. Doug Chin are in a near tie in the race to represent urban Honolulu in the U.S. House, according to the latest Hawaii Poll, which shows the two front-runners each attracting roughly 30 percent of likely Democratic primary votes. The poll of 242 likely voters residing in Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District found slightly more voters in favor of Kim,
DHT’s “Nice Work” brims with song-and-dance niceties

To borrow from the lyrics of one of its ditties, “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” which opened Friday at Diamond Head Theatre, is a show that’s s’wonderful, s’marvelous, s’awful nice. “Nice Work,” starring Kelli O’Hara and Matthew
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