Hawaii State News, evening edtion, 30 June 2018

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“Hawaii News Now”, 30 June 2018.

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All lanes reopen after crash on the H-1 near Aiea

Traffic was backed up for much of Saturday afternoon after a crash on the H-1 freeway jammed drivers for miles.

Fishermen blame illegal nets in death of dozens of baby hammerhead sharks

Several local fishermen blame the nets for the death of dozens of baby hammerhead sharks, which were dumped near the La Mariana Sailing Club earlier this week.

HFD investigates overnight building fire on South King street

A fire damaged a building on South King Street early Saturday morning.

Why fissure 8 is beginning to look like its own volcano

Fissure no. 8 has taken on a look of its own, in fact some might even say it looks like its own volcano now.

Forecast: Lighter winds, afternoon pop-up showers possible

Trade winds are forecast to back down enough Sunday to allow for afternoon sea breezes, with increasing clouds and a chance of showers.

Traffic snarled near Punahou off-ramp on H-1 headed east due to motorcycle accident

Traffic is backed up near the Punahou offramp on the H-1 Freeway headed east due to a motorcycle accident.
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Russ Roberts