Hawaii State News, late evening edition, 30 April 2018

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


Burglar steals historic medals from home of Hawaiian princess

The Nuuanu home of Abigail Kawananakoa, a descendant of Hawaiian royalty, was burglarized Sunday by a man who fled with historic royal medals and a designer dog carrier.
Relief for overcrowding at Hawaii correctional facilities years away

For years, officials with the Department of Public Safety have been raising concerns about overcrowding at Hawaii’s prisons.
Hawaii air capacity up 12% during May

Airlines will bring 1,084,653 scheduled air seats to Hawaii in May, up 12.4% from 965,290 last year, more than 100,000 extra seats.
As Kauai clean-up continues, Hawaii’s senators pledge more federal aid

Hawaii’s U.S. senators surveyed damage on Kauai, and pledged to work quickly to ensure that aid continues to flow to the flood-ravaged island.
Council to city: Replace parking stalls lost to urban bike lanes (or else)

An ultimatum has been issued in the battle between space for cars versus bikes on Hawaii roads.
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Russ Roberts
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