Hurricane Felicia is located 730 miles southwest of Baja California and moving west at 12 mph.
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The category 1 hurricane was located 730 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California and moving toward the west near 12 mph. Read more
Hawaii County firefighters responded to a vehicle fire today and discovered it was a fire engine from the Army’s Pohakuloa Fire Department. Read more
Today’s new confirmed and probable infection count by island includes 25 new cases on Oahu, seven on Maui, six on Hawaii island, two on Kauai and eight Hawaii residents diagnosed outside the state. Read more
A 35-year-old-female woman was hiking with her baby, husband, and other family members when she fell and fractured her right arm near the summit of the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail. Read more
The first 15 winners of the June vaccination incentives campaign were announced today, with many more to come this week, according to organizers. Read more
No homes were evacuated, and no roads were closed as two bulldozers cut fire breaks to stop the blaze from spreading. Read more
The recall includes all can sizes and all levels of sun protection factor, or SPF. The products were distributed nationwide through retailers. Read more
About half of the inmate population has now been infected by the virus since the start of the pandemic, as well as 273 staff. Read more
A lawyer for an Iowa man arrested in Chicago for having guns and ammunition in his hotel room said his client was in the city to propose to his girlfriend, not to launch a mass attack. Read more
During the most extensive travel shutdown in modern history, hundreds of thousands of Americans let their passports expire. Read more
Khris Middleton’s big finish means these NBA Finals are just getting started. Read more
With COVID-19 on the rise again and many nursing home staffers unvaccinated, families still lack easy access to crucial Medicare immunization data that will help them pick the right facility for their loved one. Read more
As many Asian countries battle their worst surge of COVID-19 infections, the slow flow of vaccine doses from around the world is finally picking up speed, giving hope that low inoculation rates can increase and help blunt the effect of the rapidly spreading delta variant. Read more
Arike Ogunbowale put on a show against the U.S. national team, handing the Olympic squad a rare loss. Read more
Former Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell joined Spotlight Hawaii today for a livestream video and took viewer questions. Read more
Facebook is asking that the new head of the Federal Trade Commission step away from decisions on whether to continue the agency’s antitrust case against the social network giant, asserting that past public criticism of the company’s market power makes it impossible for her to be impartial. Read more
Guo Xinzhen, then age 2 1/2, was grabbed by a woman and her boyfriend who took him northwest to Hebei province, which surrounds Beijing, the Chinese capital, according to police. Read more
Americans get millions of illegal robocalls every month, despite attempts by the telecommunications industry and government agencies to stop them. Read more
The death was heartbreaking to those who had recently rescued and rehabilitated her at The Marine Mammal Center’s Ke Kai Ola in Kailua-Kona. Read more
White European settlers who first learned of the sport when they arrived to the island both vilified and capitalized on the sport. Read more