State conservation and resources officers issue dozens of boating safety violations during the Memorial Day weekend.
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State conservation and resources officers issued more than two dozen citations in and around the Heeia Kea Small Boat Harbor parking lot and boat launch for Kaneohe Bay Sandbar over Memorial Day weekend. Read more
The H-1 Freeway has reopened all westbound lanes near the Ward Avenue overpass following a motorcycle crash earlier today. Read more
Paramedics were sent to an address on Waianae Valley Road around 1:15 p.m. Sunday to find the man with second- and third-degree burns over the majority of his body. Read more
Honolulu firefighters rescued an 11-year-old girl from the summit of the Wiliwilinui Ridge Trail after she had fallen and possibly fractured her right wrist. Read more
Rescue crews from the Honolulu Fire Department helped one injured hiker and another three lost hikers in two separate incidents on Sunday. Read more
Naomi Osaka wrote on Twitter on Monday that “the best thing for the tournament” would be if she withdrew from the French Open, a dramatic turn of events for the four-time Grand Slam champion and former No. 1-ranked player. Read more
Kauai County police say a 23-year-old visitor from Nebraska remains missing today following an “extensive search operation” in Kokee on Sunday. Read more
An adult female resident — the sole occupant inside the home at the time — escaped the home uninjured. A man who also lives at the residence arrived at the scene sometime after the fire broke out. Read more
Police said speed was a contributing factor. It’s not immediately known whether drugs or alcohol were involved. An autopsy is scheduled to be performed. Read more
No new virus-related fatalities were reported today so the statewide COVID-19 death toll remains 500. Read more
A 35-year-old man has been charged in a domestic violence case after he allegedly choked his 28-year-old girlfriend and barricaded himself inside his Waipahu home. Read more
Hot and humid weather is expected to continue across the isles today. Read more
Honolulu firefighters responded to a structure fire on Saturday in Kalihi that caused an estimated $214,000 in damages to a home and its contents. Read more
In one sign of the dissonance, the pandemic has improved enough that funerals — once forced to take place over Zoom — are mostly permitted to happen in person again, a bittersweet shift for those losing people now. Read more
The Paris-based organization listed several threats to the recovery, including lack of vaccines in poorer countries that have fewer resources for relief efforts. Read more
When people could not go to their favorite bars and restaurants, they picked up cases and cases of the drinks at liquor and grocery stores, sending revenues soaring to more than $4 billion in 2020. Read more
If the rainy, chilly Memorial Day weekend meant that barbecues and beach trips were called off, it revived another kind of New York rainy-day tradition: lining up to see art, hear music and catch films. Read more
The Nets guard spent two years playing in Boston and revealed last week he was the victim of racism during his time in the city. Read more
If successful, it’s believed California would be the first state to allow multi-family housing on commercial sites statewide. Read more
Mexican archaeological officials reported last week that they had been trying since March to halt the private construction project, but work continued on what local media says were plans to build some sort of amusement park. Read more