39-year-old man dies after car crash in Waikiki.
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A 39-year-old Honolulu man is dead after the vehicle he was operating struck a pole and tree early today, police said. Read more
One Maui teenager is dead and another seriously injured after the vehicle one of them was operating crashed on on Kahekili Highway in Waiehu early this morning. Read more
President Joe Biden recalled the pain of losing his son and sounded a message of national unity in Memorial Day weekend remarks in Delaware. Read more
Two people died and an estimated 20 to 25 people were injured by gunfire in a shooting outside a banquet hall in South Florida, police said. Read more
At long last, Helio Castroneves joined the exclusive club of four-time Indianapolis 500 winners. Read more
The Kauai Police Department is looking for a missing 23-year-old man from Nebraska who missed his flight back home. Read more
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says time is running short for a bipartisan deal on infrastructure, indicating that President Joe Biden will look to act without Republican support if there is no consensus when Congress returns from its Memorial Day break. Read more
Marcell Ozuna, an outfielder for the Atlanta Braves, was arrested Saturday on charges of aggravated assault strangulation and misdemeanor family violence after officers witnessed him attack his wife, according to jail records and the police. Read more
Missile defense officials have initiated an “extensive review” to determine the cause of any problems which may have prevented a successful intercept. Read more
Hawaii health officials suspend revocation of Pono Life Sciences’ medical cannabis dispensary license
The company can resume medical cannabis production and retail operations during the suspension of the revocation pending the submission of financial audits. Read more
Naomi Osaka was fined $15,000 at the French Open for skipping a post-match news conference after her first-round victory. Read more
A pair of military vets navigate the hilly, meandering paths in a historic cemetery in Boston, searching out soldiers’ graves and planting American flags in front of them. Read more
Egypt and Israel held high-level talks in both countries to shore up a fragile truce between Israel and the Hamas militant group and rebuild the Gaza Strip after a punishing 11-day war that left parts of the seaside enclave in ruins. Read more
Gerlufsen joined UH in September 2019 after serving as an assistant coach at San Diego. Read more
At least 350 people were vaccinated today at four mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics around the island, the Honolulu Fire Department reported. Read more
A house fire in Wahiawa this morning displaced two adult residents and caused $70,000 in damage to the building and its contents. Read more
A 65-year-old man who fainted on the Koko Crater Trail this morning was airlifted by the Honolulu Fire Department to Koko Head District Park. Read more
Aquatic biologists from the state Department of Land and Natural Resources today and Friday watched light coral spawning at Waialea Bay’s Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area. Read more
The total confirmed coronavirus cases among inmates at the Hilo facility now stands at 71. Read more