Hawaii State News, evening update, 09 August 2018

Accessed on 10 August 2018, 0439 UTC, Post #17401.



“Hawaii News Now”, 09 August 2018.

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Here are some updated Hawaii news headlines for Thursday, 09 August 2018, from “Hawaii News Now.”  Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.


McDonald’s unveils ‘Experience of the Future’ flagship store

The fast food chain has transformed 5,000 of its stores.
Hundreds of polling place volunteers still needed for primary election

The state is putting out a plea: We need volunteers for primary election day.
State filings: Mysterious PAC spent more than $176K on Hanabusa

The state Campaign Spending Commission has ordered an unregistered political action committee to pay a fine for running political ads without disclosing its organizers or spending to the public.
Forecast: Showers overnight, drier conditions by the weekend

Deep tropical moisture following behind Hurricane Hector will spread showers over the islands through the night into the morning, with the chance for some locally heavy rain for windward areas.
China set to begin demolishing mosque despite Hui protests

Members of the Muslim Hui ethnic minority reportedly protested the planned demolition of a newly built mosque in the northwest.
Police: Korean man stalked ex to Hawaii, Alaska, Connecticut

Police say a Korean man stalked his ex-girlfriend around the world before being arrested in Connecticut.
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Until next time,
Russ Roberts