Here’s a demeanour during how AP’s ubiquitous news coverage is moulding adult in Hawaii. Questions about coverage skeleton are acquire and should be destined to a AP-Honolulu business during 808-536-5510 or firstname.lastname@example.org. AP-Hawaii News Editor Mark Thiessen can be reached during 907-272-7549 or email@example.com.
A sign this information is not for announcement or broadcast, and these coverage skeleton are theme to change. Expected stories might not develop, or late-breaking and some-more newsworthy events might take precedence. Advisories and digests will keep we adult to date.
Some TV and radio stations will accept shorter APNewsNow versions of a stories below, along with all updates.
Hawaii during 2 p.m.
SONY HACK-US RESPONSE
HONOLULU The United States is seeking China for assistance as it weighs intensity responses to a cyberattack opposite Sony Pictures Entertainment that a U.S. has blamed on North Korea. President Barack Obama is deliberation how to respond to a conflict on Sony’s networks while he vacations this week in Hawaii. By Josh Lederman. SENT: 130 words. With BC-US–Sony Hack.
KAILUA, Hawaii How President Barack Obama spent a initial day of his holiday vacation in Hawaii on Saturday. SENT: 163 words. UPCOMING: updates via a day. With AP Photos.
HONOLULU An swap track has non-stop on Hawaii Island for residents to use if encroaching lava crosses a highway. Lava form Kilauea Volcano modernized 160 yards given a preceding day. It’s now six-tenths of a mile from a intersection of Pahoa Village Road and Highway 130. By Cathy Bussewitz. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: 300 difference by 5 p.m.
FROM AP MEMBER EXCHANGE:
VOLCANO, Hawaii A ancestral square of Volcano Village is for sale. By Tom Callis, Hawaii Tribune-Herald.
AP Photo, pursuing.
HONOLULU Jack Roney of Kailua paddles in a morning hours behind his home on a Kawainui Canal in Kailua. “You have to take advantage of being on a H2O like this,” he said. “It’s one of a best places in a universe to train.” By Stefanie Nakasone, Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
AP Photo, pursuing.
SWIMMER RESCUED A swimmer in trouble was discovered by a Coast Guard organisation after he was swept out to sea from a beach on Kauai.
T-MOBILE-CRAMMING SETTLEMENT-HAWAII More than 61,000 Hawaii consumers could be authorised for refunds underneath a inhabitant $90 million T-Mobile settlement.
If we have stories of informal or statewide interest, greatfully email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we have photos of informal or statewide interest, greatfully send them to a AP state print core in New York, 888-273-6867. For entrance to AP Exchange and other technical issues, hit AP Customer Support during email@example.com or 877-836-9477.
MARKETPLACE: Calling your courtesy to a Marketplace in AP Exchange, where we can find member-contributed calm from Hawaii and other states. The Marketplace is permitted on a left maritime mirror of a AP Exchange home page, nearby a bottom. For both inhabitant and state, we can click “All” or hunt for calm by topics such as education, politics and business.