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Cult leader who caused COVID-19 problem on Maui found mummified in Colorado home.
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Authorities have arrested several people after the mummified body of the leader of the spiritual group “Love Has Won” was found wrapped in a sleeping bag and decorated with Christmas lights in a southern Colorado home. Read more
Many schools are offering drive-thru diploma pickups on their campuses or having their graduates walk across the stage, distanced from their peers. Read more
Kamehameha Highway has reopened in both directions between Dole Plantation and Joseph P. Leong Highway following a two-car motor vehicle crash earlier this afternoon that killed an 81-year-old man. Read more
The four men from Waipahu were also charged with possession of undersized fish, including moi, papio and o’io, and with taking an out-of-season lobster, which officers returned to the water. Read more
Today’s new statewide infection cases include 49 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, seven on Kauai, four on Hawaii island and three Hawaii residents diagnosed outside the state, according to health officials. Read more
Gov. David Ige says coronavirus infections are elevated and he won’t change mask and travel rules now
Ige said the basic public health behind Honolulu’s tier system still makes sense. Read more
Heavy wave action has resulted in debris and potentially harmful pollutants, such as possible pesticides, animal fecal matter, dead animals, pathogens and chemicals, running off into coastal waters. Read more
UH opposite Rado Parapunov and libero Gage Worsley were named first-team All-Americans for the third straight year. Read more
The University of Hawaii basketball team has received a commitment from an accurate-shooting, junior-college guard. Read more
Many young activists say their parents and other elders are saddened by the violence but question the value of protests or worry about their consequences. Read more
The City and County of Honolulu’s Rental and Utility Relief Program temporarily closed to new applications after about 20 minutes today to process 4,000 applications in this round. Read more
Police said the pickup truck, possibly a Ford, fled the scene without the driver rendering aid. Read more
In identical tweets, they said they had made the decision to end their marriage of 27 years. Read more
Gov. David Ige joined Spotlight Hawaii today for a livestream video at 10:30 a.m. and took viewer questions. Read more
The announcement is set to come barely a month after the company found that its shot, which is already authorized for those age 16 and older, also provided protection for the younger group. Read more
Before MDMA-assisted therapy can be approved for therapeutic use, the Food and Drug Administration needs a second positive Phase 3 trial, which is currently underway with 100 participants. Approval could come as early as 2023. Read more
U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan in Manhattan refused to let the man proceed only as “C.D.” in a lawsuit filed in September in New York state court and later moved to federal court. Read more
Both suspects fled the scene before officers arrived. Read more
Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, stopped short of endorsing the changes recommended by an independent review panel. Read more
The new law gives him sweeping powers to invalidate local emergency measures including mask mandates, limitations on business operations and the shuttering of schools. Read more
Recent developments suggest a revival of his political fortunes in which those who refuse to go along with his falsehoods find themselves on the defensive. Read more