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Number of missing falls to 66

By AUDREY McAVOY Associated Press HONOLULU – One month after the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century leveled the historic town of Lahaina, Hawaii Gov. Josh Green said Friday that the number of missing has dropped to 66, the confirmed death toll remains at 115 and authorities will soon escort residents on visits to their property. Tens of millions of dollars in aid will make its way to families and businesses as they recover,Green said, and beginning Oct. 8, travel restrictions…Read more

FAA blocks SpaceX launch

By RICHARD TRIBOU Orlando Sentinel/TNS While SpaceX has its next flight-ready Starship and Super Heavy on the launch pad, it can’t take off until it gets the OK from the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA announced Friday it had closed the investigation into the massive rocket’s “mishap” from an April 20 launch attempt that destroyed much of the launch pad at SpaceX’s Boca Chica, Texas, facility Starbase, and ended up with SpaceX sending a self-destruct command to the rocket…Read more

Housing chief resigns from Green’s panel

By DAN NAKASO The Honolulu Star-Advertiser/TNS Hawaii’s chief housing officer, Nani Medeiros – who has been disparaged, sued and criticized in her 10 months on the job – plans to resign, citing recent threats to her and her family. “Over the last several weeks many lies have been said about me and my family. Threats have been made against me, loved ones who don’t even work for the government, and even children. “I love my family, and for the sake of their health and safety, I’ve…Read more

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