Honolulu police officers testify in preliminary hearing for colleagues accused of killing teen.
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Before today’s hearing, supporters of the officers and counter-protesters demonstrated outside the Alakea Street courthouse. Read more
Twenty Hawaii Community Correctional Center inmates and 20 Kulani Correctional Facility inmates were transported using two CH-47F helicopters to Honolulu without incident. Read more
Vacation rental occupancy statewide was even better in June than it was during the same month in 2019, but the market’s average daily rate, along with overall supply and demand were still below pre-pandemic times. Read more
Residents who go to Hanauma Bay during the two-week pilot program must show valid photo identification to prove their residency, and non-residents still have to make reservations online. Read more
For the first time since January, state health officials today also reported more than 100 COVID patients in Hawaii hospitals. Read more
The CDC also recommended indoor masks for all teachers, staff, students and visitors to schools, regardless of vaccination status. Read more
Donoven Pogtis and Todd Cabanlet were charged today in connection with a hit-and-run in Kailua-Kona on Sunday, Hawaii County police said. Read more
Four-time world surfing champion Carissa Moore defeated South Africa’s Bianca Buitendag in the final. Read more
Three stores — Liliha Bakery, Little Joe’s Steakhouse and The Good Feet Store — will be opening at Pearl Highlands Center over the next year, commercial real estate company Alexander and Baldwin announced today. Read more
The American star bounced back from the worst finish of her brilliant Olympic career to take the first-ever gold medal in the women’s 1,500-meter freestyle Wednesday. Read more
The victory keeps the U.S. in good position to advance to the quarterfinals as one of the top four teams in Pool B. Read more
The number of people hospitalized for the virus spiked to 1,143 on Tuesday, only four less than a peak reached last summer during a second surge — and before vaccines were developed. Read more
Honolulu police officers arrested the suspect on suspicion of first-degree burglary and first-degree cruelty to animals. Read more
Rolovich was the only conference coach not at the W Hollywood Hotel for media day, where proof of vaccination was required for those in attendance. Read more
Biles has become an outspoken advocate for athlete’s rights and the importance of proper mental health. Read more
Continued demand from U.S. mainland routes helped Hawaiian Airlines move closer to recovery during the second quarter. Read more
Two wins should be enough to put the Americans in the knockout round. At worst, it would put leave them in a three-way tie for first and give them a tiebreaker match. Read more
Kauai utility officials are installing glow-in-the-dark devices to prevent endangered nocturnal seabirds from crashing into power lines. Read more
Many of the unemployed, buoyed by stimulus checks and expanded jobless aid, feel able to hold out for higher pay. Read more
The flight diverted to the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport where it safely landed at about 2:35 a.m. Read more
‘This is how I’m going to die’: Police officers testify before House panel investigating Jan. 6 attack on U.S. Capitol
The new committee is launching its probe with a focus on the law enforcement officers who protected them. Read more