Big Island man charged with murder of neighbor in Volcano.
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Hawaii County police have charged a 32-year-old Volcano man with murder and various crimes in the shooting death of his 59-year-old neighbor. Read more
An Oahu grand jury has returned an indictment against two brothers in connection with the robbery and assault of a 20-year-old woman near a makeshift memorial in McCully. Read more
An investigation into the Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Charlotte found leadership and command climate problems under the direction of Cmdr. Joseph Lautenslager. Read more
Hawaii Cat Cafe, hit hard by the pandemic, was literally struck a second time in the last two months. Read more
Honolulu police have closed Kalanianaole Highway in both directions between Lunalilo Home Road and Hanauma Bay Road. Read more
Most states keep the names of disciplined officers secret and the vast majority of departments do not fully investigate the background of an officer they are hiring. Read more
Three law enforcement agencies with 15 officers conducted a sweep at dawn of the condemned Uncle Billy’s Hilo Bay Hotel, where people had been living, but found no one. Read more
Four people safely escaped a large fire that tore through a townhome in Waianae today. Read more
This year’s scene at the front of the House chamber had a historic look: For the first time, a female vice president, Kamala Harris, was seated behind the chief executive. And she was next to another woman, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Read more
While acknowledging that “our healing is not finished,” Scott suggested that Democrats and liberals have turned the race issue upside down. Read more
The investigators seized Giuliani’s electronic devices, one source said. Read more
The Associated Press is fact-checking remarks from President Joe Biden’s first address to a joint session of Congress and the Republican response. A look at some of the claims we’ve examined: Read more
Police located the suspect near the intersection of Kalanianaole Highway and Auloa Road in Kailua just before 2:15 p.m. Tuesday. Read more
After she got divorced in 2015, Sonia Medeiros, 48, knew she had to earn a college degree. She needed to support herself and her young son, but employers were not responding to her resume, which showed only a high school education from her native country, Brazil. Read more
India now has reported more than 18.3 million cases, behind only the United States. The health ministry also reported 3,645 deaths in the last 24-hour period, bringing India’s total to 204,832, according to the health ministry. Read more
President Joe Biden signaled he is open to a piecemeal approach to immigration, calling on lawmakers to immediately pass measures where there’s bipartisan support even as he urged them to adopt his sweeping overhaul. Read more
The advisories had been made until 9:45 p.m. on both islands. Read more
The Justice Department brought federal hate crimes charges today in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, charging a father and son who armed themselves, chased and fatally shot the 25-year-old Black man after spotting him running in their Georgia neighborhood. Read more
The bill eliminates the $103 million county share of the transient accommodations tax but allows the counties to raise their own TAT up to 3% for up to a 10-year period. Read more
Biden is proposing to nearly double the tax rate the highest-earning Americans pay on profits made from stocks and other investments. Read more
In announcing the decision to keep tabs on conspiracy theorists, intelligence officials noted the movement’s close ties to extremists such as the Reichsbürger, who refuse to accept the legitimacy of the modern German state. Read more