Hawaii State News, evening edition, 13 June 2018

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“Hawaii News Now”, 13 June 2018.

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Here are today’s top Hawaii State news stories compiled by “Hawaii News Now” via https://feedly.com.  Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.


Bruno Mars fans line up for tickets to second concert, days before they go on sale

Hawaii loves Bruno Mars. Need proof? Fans have already started lining up at Aloha Stadium to buy tickets to Mars’ second concert in November.
Authorities investigate death of young monk seal on Molokai

Authorities say a young monk seal found dead on the Hawaii island of Molokai last month had injuries that were intentionally caused.
Hawaii expected to see higher than normal tides this week

Starting Wednesday, Hawaii will see higher than normal tides, which could lead to minor coastal flooding.
An 80-ton transformer could disrupt your commute between Kapolei and Palolo Valley

There will be brief impacts to traffic Wednesday morning while Hawaiian Electric Company transports a large transformer from Kapolei to Palolo Valley.
As eruptions drag on, businesses and workers face uncertain future

Nearly six weeks after eruptions started on the Big Island — and with no end in sight — many businesses in the hardest hit areas are struggling to stay open.
The average Hawaii renter earns half what’s needed to afford a modest 2-bedroom

In Hawaii, the average renter earns about $16 an hour.
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Russ Roberts
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