Judge denies motion to dismiss charges against 3 Honolulu police officers.
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The ruling came after a long preliminary hearing to determine if there was probable cause to continue the prosecution of the officers. Read more
A U.S. Department of Defense employee admitted to taking numerous classified documents, writings, and notes relating to the national defense or foreign relations of the United States without permission. Read more
Today marked the sixth day in a row that the number of new COVID-19 cases in Hawaii remained in the triple-digit range. Read more
Kahu Kordell Kekoa performed the blessing ceremony with the cast and crew in attendance. Read more
Giannis Antetokounmpo ended one of the greatest NBA Finals ever with 50 points — and a championship Milwaukee waited 50 years to win again. Read more
He was pronounced dead at the scene from injuries sustained in the accident. Read more
Honolulu police said a gray 2002 Honda Civic sedan operated by a 25-year-old man was traveling westbound on the highway when it struck the pedestrian, identified as Lopes. Read more
Dozens of Maui residents held a rally Monday for affordable housing as the county’s median home price tops $1 million and the county council considers a new affordable housing plan. Read more
Ibrahim, of Orange County, California, was a probationary employee of the DEA and was on personal leave from the agency when he traveled to Washington on Jan. 6. Read more
The Tokyo Olympics got underway after a one-year delay with women’s softball starting play before a nearly empty Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium. Read more
A couple whose gender reveal ceremony sparked a Southern California wildfire that killed a firefighter last year were charged with involuntary manslaughter, authorities said. Read more
New York prison officials have handed convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein over to California to face additional sexual assault charges, ending the former movie mogul’s lengthy fight to delay his extradition. Read more
U.S. intelligence agencies are exploring theories that an accidental leak from that lab could have led to the global pandemic. Read more
Barrack, 74, was arrested in California today, according to a Justice Department statement. Read more
The total includes 31 people among the tens of thousands of international visitors expected in Japan to compete or work at the Games, which open Friday. Read more
The recalled spray-on sunscreens were distributed nationwide, including Hawaii, through a variety of retailers. Read more
Felicia has entered the Central Pacific and become a remnant low, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Read more
The former member of Korean boy band EXO denied the accusation, which prompted an outpouring of supportive comments for the woman online and criticism of Wu. Read more
Last year, customers stayed away because there was no reason to buy dressy clothes during a pandemic. Read more
The spread of the delta variant and the deep political divisions over the outbreak have complicated decisions in districts from coast to coast. Read more
The mixed messaging can come from the same media outlet — and even the same source. Read more