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Accessed on 12 September 2019, 0255 UTC, Post 19508.
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His bail is set at $1 million. Read more
The latest notices are part of a ramp-up in city enforcement on suspected violators of short-term rental laws since a new Honolulu city law took effect on Aug. 1. Read more
Police said the shooting occurred at or near a bus stop on California Avenue sometime before noon today. Read more
Takeoffs and landings are not affected. Read more
State officials said signs of severe and widespread coral bleaching event, as earlier predicted, are already apparent along reefs off of Maui due to higher than average ocean temperatures. Read more
Joel Hanalei White is charged with attempted murder. Read more
A police spokeswoman said officers attempted to serve a search warrant to a male when he barricaded himself in his home shortly after 6 a.m. today. Read more
Yujing Zhang, who acted as her own attorney after firing her public defenders in June, showed no reaction when the verdict was read. Read more
It will feel quite warm for the next few days due to lighter trades and local sea surface temperatures that are warmer than normal. Read more
The concept of sending homeless people back to where they say they’re from or may have support has been in place for decades in parts of the U.S. struggling to get people off the streets. Read more
Lanai Lookout and the parking lot off of Kalanianaole Highway in East Oahu will be closed on Monday for filming work. Read more
Discovered in 2015, the planet known as K2-18b is twice the size of Earth with eight times the mass. Read more
Many of his comments about the storm have defended his erroneous claim that Alabama was likely to face significant impact from Dorian. Read more
For the first time since 2006, the U.S. sent NBA players to a major international tournament and won’t win gold. Read more
“Eighteen years. We will not forget. We cannot forget,” Bud Salter, who lost his sister, Catherine, said at ground zero. Read more
Hawaii native Thomas William Craig VIII was severely burned after the plane he was piloting crashed Saturday near Las Vegas, killing two and injuring two others. Read more
Attorneys for some 2,000 local governments say they have agreed to a tentative settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over the toll of the nation’s opioid crisis. Read more
T. Boone Pickens, a brash and quotable oil tycoon who grew even wealthier through corporate takeover attempts, died today. Read more
The number of confirmed dead from the storm remained at 50 today, a figure that government officials say is certain to rise. Read more
New England Patriots receiver Antonio Brown practiced with the team for the first time today, a day after his former trainer filed a civil lawsuit in Florida accusing him of sexually assaulting her on three occasions. Read more
The Food and Drug Administration will develop guidelines to remove from the market all e-cigarette flavors except tobacco. Read more