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Accessed on 21 August 2019, 0435 UTC, Post 19398.
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Hawaii County police have spent nearly $3 million on overtime so far in connection with the weeks of protests against the Thirty Meter Telescope, and that does not include overtime or other costs racked up by other law enforcement agencies. Read more
The woman, 62, was traveling southbound on Opoi Street at Mariner’s Cove when, for unknown reasons, she failed to stop and ended up in the lagoon. Read more
The Oct. 3 NBA preseason game at the Stan Sheriff Center sold out almost immediately after tickets went on sale today. Read more
Hawaii County police are now issuing about 100 citations per day to vehicles parked or traveling near the Mauna Kea protest site. Read more
The nene, or Hawaiian geese, appear to like the Kauai resort, despite years of efforts to move them. Read more
The second in command on a one-of-a-kind super secret attack submarine has been relieved of duty with the Navy now investigating his personal conduct, the U.S. Pacific Fleet Submarine Force said today. Read more
The stabbing occurred at about 6:10 a.m. at a residence on Kulaapuni Street.Read more
A clothing entrepreneur is set to become the first fashion designer to represent a Hawaiian collection in London, a report said. Read more
Anna Neubauer will succeed Interim CEO Martha Armstrong in mid-October.Read more
Police reopened both directions of Kalanianaole Highway near Kealahou Street at around 4 p.m. Read more
Honolulu firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire at a home in Kailua. Read more
Hamada General Store pays tribute to the original H. Hamada Store, which closed in Kakaako in 2007. Read more
Showing a fresh willingness to play politics along religious and racial lines, President Donald Trump said American Jewish people who vote for Democrats show “either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.” Read more
Little League has strict rules on how many pitches a player can throw before having to take a rest day. Managers have to decide, often before a game starts, how many pitches they want their starters to throw. Read more
Bid on Hollywood memorabilia, stage costumes, wine goblets and over 100 items from Jim Nabors’ estate
The online auction offers hundreds of items from the estate of the late actor best known for his TV role as Gomer Pyle. Read more
Louisiana State University officials have issued an all-clear after a report of an armed intruder on campus today. Read more
Statewide occupancy in July grew to 85.2% up 1 percentage point from July 2018, according to data released today. Read more
A woman was taken to a hospital today after being bitten twice by a shark while swimming in Hawaii, authorities said. Read more
Campaigning over the future of mass rail transit in Phoenix heated up Tuesday over next week’s special election asking voters whether to halt all expansion of the light rail system in the nation’s fifth largest city. Read more
About 1,000 customers were without power in Waikiki, according to a tweet from Hawaiian Electric Co. Read more
Expect surf between 7 and 10 feet this morning and up to 10 to 14 feet later this afternoon through tonight. Read more