The 19-year-old Kailua-Kona woman died in a fiery car crash Friday night in Captain Cook, South Kona.
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A 19-year-old woman from Kailua-Kona died in a fiery car crash Friday night in Captain Cook in South Kona, Hawaii County police said this morning. Read more
Police have identified the remains of a 29-year-old man found Monday in a vehicle as Keith Zalonka. Read more
Hawaii Department of Health officials said today that of the state’s total infection count, 826 cases were considered to be active. Read more
The University of Hawaii baseball took advantage of Long Beach State mistakes to earn a 6-4 victory and complete a doubleheader sweep at Les Murakami Stadium today. Read more
A diverse crowd gathered today in a park across from the Georgia state Capitol to demand justice for the victims of shootings at massage businesses days earlier and to call for an end to racism, xenophobia and misogyny. Read more
Kauai police arrested three people after finding marijuana, vape products containing THC and “medicated” edibles in their smoke shops. Read more
Ocean Safety, Emergency Medical Services and the Honolulu Fire Department rescued a man in his 20s who fell possibly up to 80 feet at Mokolii Island, also known as Chinaman’s Hat. Read more
The Department of Health gave the green light to Aloha Green Holdings, dba Aloha Green Apothecary, for its third Oahu retail facility, located at 3131 N. Nimitz Highway. Read more
The Honolulu Fire Department assisted police this morning in recovering the decomposed body of a 60-year-old man, found by the man’s friend in the Niu Valley Gulch. Read more
A warehouse fire in Waikapu caused nearly an estimated $1 million in damage, the Maui Fire Department said Friday. Read more
Police arrested late Friday night a 39-year-old man for allegedly stabbing a 44-year-old man in Waikele Thursday. Read more
Sixteen firefighters responded to a hiker in distress this morning on the Koko Head Trail. Read more
LeBron James injured his right ankle during the Los Angeles Lakers’ game against the Atlanta Hawks today, leaving the court in visible frustration after attempting to play through the injury. Read more
A strong earthquake struck Saturday off northern Japan, shaking buildings even in Tokyo and triggering a tsunami advisory for a part of the northern coast. No major damage was reported, but several people had minor injuries. Read more
A man charged with beating to death a New Jersey resident he says sexually abused him as a child now claims he has killed a total of 16 people, including his ex-wife and three others in New Mexico, officials said. Authorities have not corroborated that claim. Read more
Actor Armie Hammer is under investigation for sexual assault, Los Angeles police said Thursday. Read more
Police in the Thai capital used water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets Saturday night to break up a rally by pro-democracy protesters calling for the release of detained activists, constitutional changes and reform of the nation’s monarchy. Read more
The U.K. says half of the country’s adults have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, a milestone in the government’s drive to reach everyone over age 18 by the end of July. Read more
The eruption of a long-dormant volcano that sent streams of lava flowing across a small valley in southwestern Iceland is easing and shouldn’t interfere with air travel, the Icelandic Meteorological Office said Saturday. Read more
Oahu weddings may see the number of guests allowed in the city’s Tier 3 reopening plan bumped up to 25 from the current 10. Read more
Tripler uses an approximation of 150,000 for active duty, retirees and dependents in Hawaii, but that includes an undetermined number of children under 16 who are not eligible for the vaccine. Read more