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Penn State Penalties, Colo. Shooting Suspect in Court, & Early-Morning Building Fire

PENN STATE FACES $60 MIILION PENALTY

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has levied stiff fines on Penn State University in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex scandal. The university faces a $60-million sanction and a four year postseason ban of its football program. Stay with HawaiiNewsNow.com for the latest updates.

HONORING VICTIMS OF AURORA, CO SHOOTING

All national flags at all state agencies will fly at half staff in honor of the victims of the Aurora, Colo. shooting as directed by President Barack Obama. Flags will remain at half staff until the sun sets on July 25.

COLORADO SHOOTING SUSPECT IN COURT

A Colorado prosecutor says the suspect in the mass shooting at a midnight Batman film screening could face the death penalty. We'll have the latest details on this developing story on HawaiiNewsNow.com and on Hawaii News Now Sunrise.

EARLY-MORNING BUILDING FIRE

The Honolulu Fire Department responded to an early-morning fire at Tammy's Polynesian Market. Details are limited at this time, but it appears the fire was confined to the inside of the store. We'll have the latest updates on Hawaii News Now Sunrise.

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The Sunrise Team

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