Hawaii State News, evening edition, Sunday, 13 May 2018


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4 men admit to removing tons of lava rock from Mauna Loa reserve

According to the DLNR. the men all admitted their roles in the unlawful removal of tons of lava rock from the Mauna Loa Forest Reserve.
Health officials: Before you eat, know where your prawns come from

Hawaii officials are warning the public to know the origin of the prawns they eat.
Vacation rental operations prohibited in Lower Puna amid concerns for residents

Hawaii County Civil Defense halted business for vacation rental owners in Puna on Saturday when officials ordered that all operations in the area cease.
Isolated and threatened, Taiwan boosts domestic arms makers

Taiwan is seeking to build-up its domestic defense industry in the face of China’s threats and the reluctance of foreign arms suppliers to provide it with planes, ships, submarines and other hardware to defend its 23 million people.
Nanny to be sentenced in killing of 2 children

A New York City nanny who killed two small children in her care is facing life in prison.
Forecast: Typical trade wind conditions to start the week

The cooling trade winds will start the work week, keeping humidity and volcanic haze levels low for most spots.
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