Honolulu prosecutors will charge a Florida man with the 1982 murder of a woman found in Nuuanu.
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Honolulu prosecutors are prepared to charge with second-degree murder a 61-year-old Florida man in the September 1982 death of Kathy Hicks, a 25-year-old Atlanta woman, whose body was found in Nuuanu shortly after the murder. Read more
Honolulu police arrested late Friday night a 39-year-old man who allegedly pointed a handgun at a 41-year-old man in Kapalama. Read more
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A four-piece band of Italian rockers won the Eurovision Song Contest in the early hours of Sunday, giving one of the countries hit hardest in Europe by the coronavirus pandemic reason to cheer. Read more
Las Vegas officials held a pop-up vaccine clinic at the strip club. Read more
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A pair of strong earthquakes struck two provinces in China overnight on Saturday. Read more
China’s first Mars rover has driven down from its landing platform and is now roaming the surface of the red planet, China’s space administration said Saturday. Read more
Signs of Oregon’s cautious approach to the pandemic were still everywhere. Read more
The family of an unarmed 16-year-old boy shot and killed by police last month filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city and the officers who allegedly opened fire at the car he was driving while it was at a complete stop on Kalakaua Avenue. Read more
On May 4, Maui County began requiring all trans-Pacific travelers participating in the Safe Travels program to take an additional rapid COVID test upon arrival at Kahului Airport. Read more
A 70-year-old man arriving for dental work was put in a chokehold and thrown to the ground by federal police officers in an altercation that was caught on camera. Read more
California’s attorney general on Friday charged 15 people with conspiring to defraud mostly elderly victims of Filipino descent out of a combined $5 million. Read more
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The prison workers, Tova Noel and Michael Thomas, were accused of sleeping and browsing the internet instead of monitoring Epstein the night he took his own life in August 2019. Read more