Honolulu Police begin murder investigation after Aiea man shot to death in his home.
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The 45-year-old man was pronounced dead shortly after he was found at his residence with gunshot wounds. Read more
Today’s new statewide infection cases include 61 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, and 15 on Hawaii island, according to Hawaii health officials. Read more
The Rainbow Warriors’ fifth loss in a row dropped their records to 3-5 and 11-7. Read more
The facility reported that 85% of residents and 93% of staff have been vaccinated. Read more
The escalating violence — which killed 114 people Saturday — has prompted a U.N. human rights expert to accuse the junta of committing “mass murder.” Read more
Bystander video of the confrontation is expected to be a key exhibit at trial, with opening statements set for Monday Read more
The situation in New York and New Jersey mirrors a national trend that has seen case numbers inch up in recent days. Read more
Excavators dug today on the eastern wall of the Suez Canal, hoping to free the bulbous bow of the Ever Given that plowed into the embankment. Read more
No. 1 Hawaii picked up where it left off on Friday in a 25-15, 25-19, 25-21 sweep in tonight’s Big West men’s volleyball rematch with No. 12 UC San Diego at SimpliFi Arena. Read more
The warning comes as French President Emmanuel Macron has been vigorously defending his decision not to completely lockdown France again as he did last year. Read more
Honolulu Ocean Safety lifeguards today rescued dozens of people throughout the day off Electric Beach at Kahe Point, where apparent calm conditions can hide treacherous currents. Read more
A 21-year-old motorcyclist was critically injured in an accident Saturday morning on the H-1 freeway in the westbound lanes before the Ward Avenue overpass. Read more
Two people were injured tonight when a motorcycle and a moped collided. Read more
Prosecutors in Seattle and San Francisco have charged men with hate crimes in separate incidents that authorities say targeted people of Asian descent amid a wave of high-profile and sometimes deadly violence against Asian Americans since the pandemic began. Read more
A pair of overnight fatal shootings along the beachfront in Virginia Beach wounded several people in a scene described by authorities on Saturday as “very chaotic.” Read more
A police department in Maryland has released body camera video that captured two of its officers berating a 5-year-old boy who had walked away from his elementary school, calling him a “little beast” and threatening him with a beating. Read more
A giant container ship remained stuck sideways in Egypt’s Suez Canal for a fifth day today, as authorities made new attempts to free the vessel and reopen a crucial waterway whose blockage is disrupting global shipping and trade. Read more
Five thousand music lovers are set to attend a rock concert in Barcelona on Saturday after passing a same-day COVID-19 screening to test its effectiveness in preventing outbreaks of the virus at large cultural events. Read more
Railway traffic resumes after deadly crash in southern Egypt kills at least 19 people and injures 185 others
Rail traffic resumed Saturday in southern Egypt, authorities said, a day after two trains collided, killing at least 19 people and injuring 185 others. Read more
Indonesia’s most volatile volcano was erupting again Saturday, releasing plumes of ash high into the air and sending streams of lava and debris down its slopes. Read more
The online news site Myanmar Now reported late Saturday that the death toll had reached 114. A count issued by an independent researcher in Yangon who has been compiling near-real time death tolls put the total at 107, spread over more than two dozen cities and towns. Read more