Twenty-three Oahu campsites will reopen for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.
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Nearly two dozen campsites at 11 campgrounds on Oahu will be reopened for recreational camping as of the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, the Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation announced. Read more
Two 19-year-old hikers were rescued today after apparently getting lost at the the Puu Manamana Trail in Kaaawa. Read more
A 31-year-old man was sentenced to nearly four years in prison for ramming a rental car he was driving into the vehicle of a federal law enforcement officer on Oahu. Read more
Labeling as genetically engineered is not required for restaurants and away-from-home dining services. Read more
EMS responded to a report of a two-car collision at the intersection of Farrington Highway and Leokane Street at about 8 a.m. today. Read more
In approximately the first five months of this year, the state of Hawaii tallied 36 traffic-related fatalities, five more than the same time period last year. Read more
Mothers Against Drunk Driving, MADD Hawaii, is urging everyone to designate a non-drinking driver if alcohol is in their Memorial Day weekend plans whether riding on the highways or waterways. Read more
The investigation is unfolding separately from a long-running federal inquiry in Manhattan that is aimed at Giuliani. Read more
Police responded to a call of a man bothering and harassing customers at several businesses shortly after 6:45 p.m. Read more
The canoes returned from their 3-week training voyage, where they traveled into Moananuiākea, the deep region of the Pacific Ocean. Read more
Daybell and her new husband, Chad Daybell, hold bizarre apocalyptic religious beliefs that prosecutors claim the couple used to justify the killings of both children and Chad Daybell’s former wife. Read more
Hawaiian Electric today reminded customers to use extreme caution when picking fruit near overhead power lines after a man was injured while picking breadfruit last week in Wahiawa. Read more
The acting Big Island fire chief who wasn’t selected for the permanent job is appealing the selection process. Read more
Hawaii County police charged today a 30-year-old Puna man with assault in the machete attack of his 62-year-old father. Read more
Hawaii County police identified today the victim of a shooting Tuesday in Keauhou as 46-year-old Joey Richmond of Kailua-Kona. Read more
Japan is set to extend a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and other areas with infections not yet slowing to levels it can safely host the Olympics opening in just over 50 days. Read more
A gunman who killed nine people at a California rail yard where he worked appeared to target some of the victims, a sheriff told The Associated Press today, while a Biden administration official said the shooter spoke of hating his workplace when customs officers detained him after a 2016 trip to the Philippines. Read more
Americans are going back to one of their favorite pastimes: store shopping. Read more
The military’s judicial system has no explicit category for hate crimes, making it difficult to quantify crimes motivated by prejudice. Read more
Vice President Kamala Harris has announced commitments from a dozen companies and organizations to invest in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador as part of the Biden administration’s efforts to address the root causes of migration from the region. Read more
The world’s highest-earning female athlete wrote in a Twitter post today that she hopes the “considerable amount that I get fined for this will go towards a mental health charity.” Read more