Monday’s need to know: Festival tickets, road closures, and Greek debt

Officials with Shaka Entertainment say they are working to help people who bought tickets to the Paradise Music Festival get a refund. Many ticket holders are upset about a last minute change of venue for the event but have run into trouble getting the refund they were promised.

More roadwork this week on Kapiolani Boulevard. On Monday, lanes on the Ewa-bound side will be closed and on Tuesday on the Diamond Head side,  then for the rest of the week lanes on both sides will be closed.

Three lanes on the eastbound side of H-1 Freeway will be closed down on Monday night. Tomorrow night, lanes will be closed between the airport off ramp and the the Middle Street off ramp. This is from 9 p.m. to 4-30 a.m. All part of pavement striping work.

Some troubling developments in Europe where Eurozone finance ministers have broken off talks without a full agreement on Greece’s bailout. Unless something is done, the country will default next week delivering a blow to markets all over the world.

Police need your help finding a suspect after a man was shot to death during a robbery at a convenience store in Palolo valley over the weekend. Authorities say the suspect pulled out a gun and fired several rounds at the store and fled in a moped. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call police. Click here for more information on this story.

Maui police are searching for a man who robbed the longs drugs pharmacy in Kula over the the weekend. The suspect threatened workers with a gun and took off with prescription medicine. Police say the man covered his face and was wearing a hoodie and gloves. If you have any information, call Maui police. Click here for more information about this case.

The combination of winds and waves creates unfavorable conditions for our boaters. A small craft advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. Monday.

TMT partners announced construction on the thirty meter telescope on Mauna Kea will resume on Wednesday. Last month, Governor Ige gave the project the okay with some changes.

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