Good Samaritans help save unresponsive man near the surf break China Walls on Sunday.
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Honolulu Emergency Medical Services said the man was found unresponsive in the ocean near the surf break China Walls just after 11 a.m. today. Read more
Moore, the top-seeded Olympic woman surfer, squeaked past Peru’s Sofia Mulanovich in heat five of round 3. Read more
With uncharacteristic mistakes, including many by Biles, the best gymnast in history, the U.S. team finished behind Russia in qualifying. Read more
Defending Olympic champion and world-record holder Ledecky settled for the silver this time in 3:57.36 — the fourth-fastest time ever recorded. Read more
“We’re going in the wrong direction,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci, describing himself as “very frustrated.” Read more
Honolulu police are searching for the unidentified operator of a motor vehicle that was involved in a two-car crash on Farrington Highway in Maili on Saturday. Read more
A 25-game Olympic winning streak for the U.S. is over, ending when France closed the game on a 16-2 run to beat the Americans, who simply fell apart in the final minutes. Read more
Honolulu firefighters assisted a group of five hikers on the Moanalua Middle Ridge Trail overnight when three women and two men became disoriented after hiking for more than 14 hours. Read more
The Honolulu Police Department said a 59-year-old male was heading west on Alohea Ave. just after 10 p.m. Saturday when the moped he was riding was rear-ended by a 68-year-old man. Read more
Mason’s act even carried him to Broadway, where he put on several one-man shows, including “The World According to Me” in 1988, for which he received a special Tony Award. Read more
Lawmakers racing to seal a bipartisan infrastructure deal early this coming week are hitting a major roadblock over how much money should go to public transit, the group’s lead Republican negotiator said. Read more
California’s largest wildfire merged with a smaller blaze and destroyed homes in remote areas with limited access for firefighters, as numerous other fires gained strength and threatened property across the U.S. West. Read more
Hawaii’s four-time world surfing champion Carissa Moore won the first women’s heat in round one of the historic, first-ever Olympic surf event at Tsurigasaki Beach on Sunday morning in Japan, which was Saturday afternoon in Hawaii. Read more
Yuto Horigome won the first ever skateboarding competition at the Olympic Games, taking gold in men’s street on Sunday in the city where he learned to skate as a kid and where his sport is often frowned upon. Read more
The Honolulu Fire Department today airlifted an injured 28-year-old man who was hiking the Waimano Trail in Pearl City. Read more
Hawaii County police have charged two Puna men in connection with two armed robberies on the Shipman Beach Trail in Keaau. Read more
Chase Kalisz won the first American medal of the Tokyo Games, taking gold Sunday (Saturday Hawaii time) in the men’s 400-meter individual medley. Read more
Jon Rahm tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in two months Sunday, knocking the Spaniard out of the Olympics only a few hours after American golfer Bryson DeChambeau met the same fate. Read more
Of all the confirmed Hawaii infection cases, 2,624 have required hospitalizations, with 15 new hospitalizations reported today. Read more
The sons of University of Hawaii women’s coach Dave Shoji have put together impressive playing careers of their own at Stanford and for the United States as they began their second Olympic Games tonight against France. Read more
The Coast Guard rescued early this morning 15 mariners aboard the Lucky, a 72-foot sailing vessel participating in the 2021 Transpacific Yacht Race, which was found 26 miles east of Makapuu Point. Read more