Victor Aguilar made a court appearance by phone from the Honolulu Federal Detention Center.
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Victor Aguilar, 65, made a court appearance today by phone from the Honolulu Federal Detention Center. Read more
Na Leo o Hawaii CEO Stacy K. Higa will take a leave of absence in the wake of undisclosed allegations made about him from a former employee, the Hawaii island nonprofit’s board announced today. Read more
Honolulu police arrested two men in connection with a “large gathering” held in the Kapolei/Kalaeloa area on Saturday night. Read more
Honolulu police seek public’s help in identifying a male wanted for second-degree murder of a 50-year-old man
Honolulu police and CrimeStoppers are seeking the public’s help in identifying a male wanted for the second-degree murder of a 50-year-old man on the H-1 freeway. Read more
Lt. Gov. Josh Green warns of higher number of coronavirus cases among younger people, who are now largest group catching virus
On the flip side, Green said COVID-19 vaccinations appear to be working, and that Hawaii residents 65 and older now represent the lowest rate of infections in the state. Read more
The weather service warns the public to stay away from streams, rivers, drainage ditches and culverts. Read more
If the number of positive COVID-19 cases on Oahu continues to climb, the island could move back to Tier 2 restrictions on business and social activities, which limit gatherings to five people. Read more
A preliminary investigation determined that a verbal argument turned physical in the early morning hours at a vacation rental in the 57-5800 block of Walua Road, police said. Read more
Lt. Gov. Josh Green joined Spotlight Hawaii today for a livestream video and took viewer questions. Read more
States opening eligibility to anyone ages 16 and older today included Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Ohio, North Dakota and Kansas. Read more
Cases of the virus are up about 10% over the past week from the previous week, to about 60,000 cases per day, with both hospitalizations and deaths ticking up as well. Read more
No more plastic forks, knives, spoons, straws, stir sticks, picks or sushi grass will be allowed, while disposable items made of renewable materials, such as wood chopsticks, paper straws and bioplastic utensils, may be available. Read more
The issue is much more widely covered in conservative media — and often presented with a heavy dose of sarcasm. Read more
Donald Williams, a former wrestler who said he was trained in mixed martial arts including chokeholds, testified today that he thought Derek Chauvin used a shimmying motion several times to increase the pressure on Floyd. Read more
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador flatly said that Victoria Esperanza Salazar was murdered by police in the Caribbean resort of Tulum. Read more
The man sustained an injury to his upper torso. Read more
Police believe Green killed his parents — Douglas Green, 58, and Olivia Green, 62 — at their Baltimore County home before he drove over to a Royal Farms store in Essex just before 7 a.m. on Sunday. Read more
Franz is a fourth-generation, family-owned business founded in 1906. The company operates bakeries in seven states. Read more
Helped by the high tide, a flotilla of tugboats wrenched the bulbous bow of the skyscraper-sized Ever Given from the canal’s sandy bank, where it had been firmly lodged since March 23. Read more
A group of alternative bidders is emerging for newspaper chain Tribune Publishing, which had agreed to a $630 million acquisition by hedge fund Alden Global Capital. Read more
The goal has been reached —and thus, the Zippy’s breakfast deal is on this week. Read more