Hawaii Island News, evening update, 07 June 2018

Accessed on 08 June 2018, 0527 UTC, Post #16975.



“Hawaii News Now” evening headlines, 07 June 2018.

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Here are some of the leading news headlines for Thursday evening, 07 June 2018 from “Hawaii News Now”:


New coastline emerges as Kilauea pumps more lava to the sea

Scientists say lava that poured into the low-laying coastal Hawaii neighborhoods of Kapoho and Vacationland spread across the area in just two days.
New photos show extent of damage to Halemaumau Crater overlook area

Amid ongoing explosive eruptions at Kilauea’s summit, new images show the incredible extent of damage at the former Halemaumau Crater overlook.
Network forms to help lava evacuees take care of displaced pets, livestock

Candi Salazar’s farm has grown since the Kilauea’s lava flow started. She’s taken in over 160 animals.
HFD investigating how blaze broke out from popular Kalihi store

Honolulu firefighters are responding to a fire at Alicia’s Market in Kalihi early Thursday.
Bison gores woman at Yellowstone in third wildlife attack of the week

Four people have been injured by wildlife at the national park in just over a month.
Warner Bros. to release new Prince album in September

Warner Bros. Records has announced a new Prince album on what would have been the “Purple Rain” megastar’s 60th birthday.
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Russ Roberts