Hawaii State News, evening edition, 29 June 2018

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“Hawaii News Now”, 29 June 2018.

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Here are this evening’s (Friday, 29 June 2018) top Hawaii State news stories from “Hawaii News Now” via https://feedly.com/i/category/Hawaii.

Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.


Hawaii musician in ICU after serious crash on the mainland

Kona’s Keikilani Lindsey and his two sons, Leo and Kaneala, were involved in a serious car accident in Wyoming on Thursday.
Goodbye, Geoffrey: Toys R Us closing its last stores

Goodbye, Geoffrey: Toys R Us is closing its last stores Friday, ending an era for generations of children.
Hawaiian to launch nonstop service from Kahului to California’s capital

Hawaiian Airlines is kicking off nonstop daily flights between Sacramento and Kahului next year.


PHOTOS: Vietnam veterans get honors they deserve after more than 40 years

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Germany’s Merkel cites migration progress to quell dispute

Chancellor Angela Merkel argues that she has secured enough progress on migration issues to end a dispute with a conservative ally that has shaken the German government.
The Latest: UN migration agency picks new, Portuguese leader

The U.N.’s migration agency has rejected the Trump administration’s proposed candidate to head the body, a post previously held by Americans since 1951.
Amidst growing neighborhood chaos, Nuuanu nudists face eviction

In Upper Nuuanu, a group of nudists live at a rental home called the Freedom House – but neighbors say the naked parties being advertised there on IPartyNaked.com are an illegal business.
NOAA scientists request public help tracking honu for annual count

Every Spring, honu, or sea turtles, migrate to Hawaii to breed and nest, and NOAA Biologists are asking everyone to keep an eye out for honu, including some with numbers on their shells.
Still standing but inaccessible, Puna homeowners in limbo

While hundreds of homes have been destroyed by lava, many more have been spared but are too close to the flow or in some cases, inaccessible.That’s leaving owners in limbo.
Grief in small town: March honors victims of newsroom attack

More than 1,000 people have streamed through Maryland’s capital to honor five people slain in a newspaper office.
Hawaii’s congressional delegation seeks maximum help for Big Island farmers

The Hawaii Congressional Delegation is pushing for the highest amount of aid possible for farmers affected by eruptions on the Big Island.
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Russ Roberts