Hawaiian Airlines to resume flights between Honolulu, Sydney in December.
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Hawaiian Airlines will resume five-times weekly service between Honolulu and Sydney, Australia in December, the first restoration of that service since the pandemic stopped it in March 2020. Read more
Paramedics responded at about 2 a.m. today to 1350 S. King and found a man, 22, with serious trauma fronting the location. Read more
A powerful storm roared ashore in Northern California, flooding highways, toppling trees and causing mud flows in areas burned bare by recent fires as forecasters predict record-breaking rainfall. Read more
Deadline driven, President Joe Biden brought two pivotal senators to his Delaware home for talks aimed at resolving the disputes that have stymied the Democrats’ wide-ranging social safety net and environmental measure at the core of his domestic agenda. Read more
Column: Hawaii’s Tua Tagovailoa shuts off noise, throws 4 TDs, but it isn’t enough as Dolphins lose 6th straight
It may already be too late for Tua Tagovailoa, if the reports are true. It may be too late for the Miami Dolphins to not do something stupid by giving up on their second-year quarterback much too soon. Read more
British pop star Ed Sheeran says he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will do interviews and performances from his house while he self-isolates. Read more
Alabama inched up to No. 3 in the Associated Press college football behind top-ranked Georgia and No. 2 Cincinnati. Read more
A crew member says she has raised safety concerns in the past about the assistant director who authorities say unwittingly handed actor Alec Baldwin the prop gun that killed a cinematographer on a film set. Read more
Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” debuted with $40.1 million in ticket sales in its opening weekend in North America, drawing a large number of moviegoers to see the thundering sci-fi epic on the big screen despite it also being available to stream in homes. Read more
A group of about 2,000 mainly Central American migrants continued their mass exodus from the southern Mexico city of Tapachula, reaching a town about 16 miles away. Read more
Baseball’s ninth work stoppage and first in 26 years appears almost certain to start Dec. 2, freezing the free-agent market and threatening the start of spring training in February. Read more
The spiritual leader of the world’s 200 million Eastern Orthodox Christians was hospitalized in Washington on the first full day of a planned 12-day U.S. visit and will stay overnight, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America said. Read more
You must now dial the area code “808” plus the telephone number when making local calls. Read more
The state Board of Land and Natural Resources has amended rules regulating commercial activity in the waters at Kahaluu Bay on the Kona coast. Read more
A 36-year-old woman was airlifted off the trail after she was injured while hiking late this afternoon on the “Stairway to Hell” trail in Kaneohe. Read more
Dairo Antonio Úsuga has long been a fixture on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s most-wanted fugitives list, for whose capture it had been offering a $5 million reward. He also faces criminal charges in Miami, Tampa and Brooklyn federal courts. Read more
Fallen electric power lines and water supply issues hampered efforts to douse the flames. Read more
A San Jose, California woman born in India was one of two foreign tourists killed in the apparent crossfire of a drug-gang shootout in Mexico’s Caribbean coast resort of Tulum. Read more
The Biden administration, public health officials and many business leaders agree that vaccine requirements are legal, prudent actions necessary to help the world emerge from a pandemic that has killed more than 700,000 Americans and nearly 5 million people worldwide. Read more
Over 2,000 migrants, mainly Central Americans, began walking out of a city in southern Mexico today where they have essentially been trapped. Read more