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Accessed on 10 September 2019, 0015 UTC, Post 19497.
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The convoy is expected to start in Lahaina and travel to Kahului Airport, according to the alert, and motorists are advised to make necessary adjustments to their schedules. Read more
The actions by Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross Jr. are the latest developments in a political imbroglio that began more than a week ago. Read more
He is now safe with his family and friends. Read more
The agency’s top scientist called Friday’s release “political” and the head of the National Weather Service said the Alabama office “did what any office would do to protect the public.” Read more
Democrats controlling the House are proposing a government-wide temporary funding bill to prevent a federal shutdown at month’s end and to give the Senate time to get moving on $1.4 trillion inspending bills. Read more
The Hawaiian Humane Society is revising its adoption fees for puppies, kittens, cats and dogs, starting Tuesday. Read more
Sarah Palin’s husband, commonly referred to as “Alaska’s first dude” when she was governor, appears to be seeking a divorce from his wife of 31 years. Read more
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve is scheduled to reopen at 6 a.m., its usual opening time, on Monday, Oct. 7. Read more
Hawaii junior middle Sky Williams was named the defensive player of the week by the Big West after helping the Rainbow Wahine to three victories and a new ranking in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25. Read more
All four were reported as being alert and in relatively good condition and were taken to a hospital for further evaluation. Read more
Paramedics treated and transported a man after he was allegedly shot at Ala Moana Center early this morning. Read more
Japanese law guarantees both men and women up to one year leave from work after a child is born. Read more
The Titans ignored all the hoopla about the ballyhooed Browns, and maybe made some hype of their own. Read more
It’s unclear whether Trump will go ahead with planned U.S. troop cuts and how the collapse of his talks will play out in deeply divided Afghanistan. Read more
U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar ruled in Oakland that an injunction blocking the administration’s policy from taking effect should apply nationwide. Read more
Clouds and showers will favor windward and mauka areas, particularly overnight and early mornings as pockets of higher moisture move through. Read more
Another game, another award. This one goes to University of Hawaii wide receiver JoJo Ward, who was name the Mountain West Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week today, a week after fellow receiver Cedric Byrd earned a similar honor. Read more
One person was hospitalized following an apparent stabbing near the corner of South Beretania and Pensacola streets Sunday morning. Read more
California and Alabama are not part of the investigation, although it does include the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Read more
Authorities served search warrants today at the Southern California company that owned the scuba diving boat that caught fire and killed 34 people last week. Read more
If the proposals don’t satisfy North Korea, dealings between the two countries may come to an end, First Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said. Read more
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