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Man, 30, shot multiple times in McCully
Honolulu Emergency Medical Services treated a 30-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds early this morning before transporting him to a local hospital.
Search begins for next Honolulu Police Department chief
For the second time in four years the Honolulu Police Department is searching for new leadership after the demands of running the state’s largest law enforcement agency brought an abrupt end to a veteran officer’s career this month amid “rumors” and political finger-pointing.
Hawaii reports 111 new coronavirus cases as the statewide tally rises to 31,381
Hawaii Department of Health officials today reported 111 new coronavirus infections statewide, bringing the state’s total since the start of the pandemic to 30,381 cases.
Half of U.S. adults have received at least 1 COVID-19 shot
WASHINGTON >> Half of all adults in the U.S. have received at least one COVID-19 shot, the government announced today, marking another milestone in the nation’s largest-ever vaccination campaign but leaving more work to do to convince skeptical Americans to roll up their sleeves.
Passenger train derails in Egypt; approximately 100 hurt
CAIRO >> A passenger train derailed today north of Cairo, injuring around 100 people, Egyptian authorities said. It was the latest of several rail accidents to hit the country in recent years.
Sheriff says 3 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Wisconsin tavern
KENOSHA, Wis. >> Three people were killed and two were seriously wounded in a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early today, sheriff’s officials said.
New migrant facilities crop up to ease crowding, again
For the third time in seven years, U.S. officials are scrambling to handle a dramatic spike in children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border alone, leading to a massive expansion in emergency facilities to house them as more kids arrive than are being released to close relatives in the United States.
Shots fired at Guardsmen patrolling near Daunte Wright crime scene
MINNEAPOLIS >> Two National Guardsmen suffered minor injuries early today when they were fired upon as they provided neighborhood security in Minneapolis following the police killing of a 20-year-old Black man in a nearby suburb, authorities said.
Fauci says he expects fast decision on J&J shots
WASHINGTON >> Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plan to meet this coming Friday to discuss the pause in Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, and the top U.S. infectious disease expert says he’d be “very surprised if we don’t have a resumption in some form by Friday.”
Hawaii Real Estate Sales: March 8 – March 12, 2021
For The Week Of March 8-12 Derived from the state conveyance tax data. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Residential City and County of Honolulu Property Date Price Aiea, Halawa 99-788 Puluniu Loop 3/8/2021 $ Read More
CALENDAR TODAY BASEBALL Big West: CSU Bakersfield at Hawaii, 1:05 p.m., at Les Murakami Stadium PacWest: Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Hilo (DH), 11 a.m., at George and Marion Hall Stadium. SOFTBALL PacWest: Chaminade vs. Hawaii Read More
Television and radio – April 18, 2021
On the air Listings are for Oceanic and Hawaiian Telcom analog/digital. *—premium station. **—retelecast. ***—delayed. Check your TV guide for latest updates. TODAY TIME TV CH HT AUTO RACING: NASCAR Formula 1: Emilia Read More
Molokai Hoe and the Na Wahine O Ke Kai canceled for 2021
The world’s premier long-distance canoe paddling events — the Molokai Hoe and the Na Wahine O Ke Kai — will not take place this year.
Maryknoll makes a statement with rout of Kamehameha in ILH softball
Ua Nakoa-Chung likes to stay hungry.
Comeback sparks sweep for Hawaii softball team
Hawaii erased two-run deficits in the sixth and eighth innings before Brittnee Rossi’s bases-loaded single gave the Rainbow Wahine softball team an 8-7 win over UC Riverside in nine innings in the first game of Saturday’s Big West doubleheader at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.
Fifth-inning eruption gives Hawaii a split with Cal State Bakersfield
After being held to no more than two runs in three games straight, the University of Hawaii baseball team relished the chance to let the bats loose against Cal State Bakersfield.
Rainbow Wahine volleyball team looking past lost season
Robyn Ah Mow has enough going on to keep her from dwelling on this week’s happenings in Nebraska.
From Park to overdrive en route to round of 63 at Lotte Championship
Inbee Park went on a final-round rampage at the LPGA Lotte Championship on Saturday. She shot a 9-under-par 63 at Kapolei Golf Club. And at the rate she was going at the end, Park might have crushed par even further if she’d been allowed to keep going after 18 holes.
Sei Young Kim makes it interesting, but Lydia Ko wouldn’t be denied at Lotte Championship
The final-round back nine of Lydia Ko’s runaway win at the Lotte Championship looked like a victory lap.
Star Channels — April 18 – April 24, 2021
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Top-ranked Hawaii sweeps UC Irvine to finish a perfect regular season
The Hawaii volleyball team’s powerball number is 2021.
Lydia Ko blows away the field and the tournament record at LPGA Lotte Championship
There are times when Lydia Ko can make golf look ridiculously easy.
Hawaii public schools to offer free summer school
More than 230 public schools across the state will offer summer “learning hubs” on campus to help students who need to catch up or reengage with school after a tumultuous year.
David Shapiro: Why can’t the taxman cometh a little later just this once?
How do you know a planned relaxing weekend is headed south?
New fish species named for University of Hawaii researcher
A new species of ehu, or deepwater snapper, was discovered during a research study funded by the National Science Foundation and University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program focusing on ehu in Hawaiian and Pacific fisheries.
Hawaii Baptist Academy wins top award for high school journalism
Hawaii Baptist Academy’s student journalists continued their winning streak with a seventh consecutive “Best in State” award at the 53rd High School Journalism Awards.
Georgia visitor’s love for Hawaii overcame worries about health
Jeannie Fulp, a visitor from Alpharetta, Ga., died March 13 after contracting COVID-19 in Hawaii and battling the disease for 41 days in a Honolulu hospital.
Kokua Line: What safety measures have been implemented for juror selection and jury duty?
Question: I just got a pre-service survey for jury duty, stating that I would be summoned to appear at the Circuit Court of the First Circuit during the week of May 10. Will social distancing be maintained in the jury selection pool room and the jury box?
Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii faces shutdown as tourism rebound brings more visitors, risks
Keith Fulp, a visitor from Alpharetta, Ga., still remembers the emptiness he felt going back to his hotel after viewing the body of his wife, Jeannie Fulp, after she died of COVID-19 in a Honolulu hospital last month.
Army, lawmakers and aviation community await agreement on Dillingham Airfield
Dillingham Airfield, which has been riding a wave of business generated by mainland tourists seeking to skydive or take a glider flight, may be able to continue general aviation activity beyond a June 30 cutoff with a new agreement close at hand between the state and Army.
Disabled nominees hope their Oscar moment becomes a movement
LOS ANGELES >> Right down to its production design, the Oscars have not always felt like the most welcoming place for people with disabilities.
Hawaii musician Joshua Nakazawa helps students tackle famous cello piece
Google “that famous cello piece” and Bach’s Prelude from the Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major appears. You’ve heard it on TV shows and movies, and if you’re much of a fan, you’ve joined the millions of times you have watched it performed on YouTube and heard musicians and writers wax poetic about its graceful, flowing energy.
K-Drama: Kevin makes Hwa Young anxious on ‘Man Who Sets the Table’
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On the Scene with Miss Hawaii Volunteer Teen Sophia Stark
Born and raised on Oahu, Sophia Stark was home-schooled, but stayed actively engaged in the community. She won the Hawaii Stars Keiki Division karaoke contest when she was 8. Five years later she represented Hawaii nationwide on Season 6 of Fox’s “MasterChef Junior” in 2018. Fast forward to 2021 and Stark, 16, has earned her high school diploma and more than 20 college credits, has performed in
Plans, with precautions: How epidemiologists are mapping out vacations with their unvaccinated kids
Families are facing a dilemma this year: They are itching to take a summer vacation, but their kids are not vaccinated. What to do?
Editorial: No ideas, plans for Hawaii Tourism 2.0
A serious reckoning is coming about Hawaii’s reliance on tourism, starting with a reality check. Lacking even the most rudimentary alternative plan, the state will need the visitor industry as its principal economic engine for the foreseeable future.
Column: Free school meals for all Hawaii students
As Hawaii’s public school students begin to return to in-person learning, we are faced with a stark new reality: Many of them are hungry.
Columm: Windmills and wildlife: Clean-energy projects and endangered species
When the Kawailoa Wind Project in Haleiwa negotiated its Habitat Conservation Plan in 2012, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service granted the project an incidental take permit, allowing the farm to kill 60 of the endangered Hawaiian hoary bats over a 20-year period.
On Politics: Finally, Hawaii politicos doing nothing might actually pay off for long-suffering taxpayers
Doing nothing proved to be the best policy choice last week.
Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii faces shutdown as tourism rebound brings more visitors, risks
Keith Fulp, a visitor from Alpharetta, Ga., still remembers the emptiness he felt going back to his hotel after viewing the body of his wife, Jeannie Fulp, after she