Hawaii law enforcement “steps up” sobriety checkpoints as nation confronts highest traffic deaths in 15 years.
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Hawaii law enforcement steps up sobriety checkpoints as U.S. grapples with highest traffic deaths in 15 years
Police officers in Hawaii began putting up more impaired driver checkpoints for Halloween, and will continue enhanced enforcement through the rest of this year. Read more
A 26-year-old Kailua-Kona woman suffered severe injuries following a single-vehicle collision Friday on Highway 190 in South Kohala. Read more
The National Weather Service said no tsunami was generated following a 5.2 magnitude earthquake off Alaska early this morning. Read more
A man dressed in Batman’s Joker costume and brandishing a knife on a Tokyo commuter train stabbed several passengers before starting a fire, which sent people scrambling to escape. Read more
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Sunday she has contracted COVID-19. Read more
An erupting volcano in the Spanish island of La Palma continued to emit vast amounts of magma, gases and ash, after days of intense seismic activity and more than five weeks since it erupted. Read more
The two-day Group of 20 summit concludes today, the first in-person gathering of leaders of the world’s biggest economies since the COVID-19 pandemic started. Read more
After a record-breaking start, October’s box office closed out quietly this weekend with “Dune” repeating at number one and two prominent genre newcomers, ” Last Night in Soho ” and “Antlers,” stumbling. Read more
Michigan State moved up to No. 5 in the Associated Press college football poll and Wake Forest became a top-10 team for the first time in school history. Read more
Jim Bob Duggar, whose large family was featured in the TLC reality show “19 Kids and Counting,” has announced he’s running for a seat in the Arkansas Senate. Read more
The state Department of Health’s guidance urges revelers to incorporate a cloth or surgical mask into their costumes and provide “low contact, pre-packaged treats” for trick-or-treaters. Read more
The Federal Aviation Administration fined the man $52,500, and Delta Airlines banned him from traveling with the company. Read more
The attempted murder charge carries a mandatory life prison sentence because he was under a temporary restraining order involving the ex-girlfriend. Read more
The Honolulu Fire Department responded tonight to a house fire in Mililani. Read more
The U.N. climate summit in Glasgow has formally opened, kicking off two weeks of intense diplomatic negotiations by almost 200 countries on how to tackle the common challenge of global warming. Read more
Investigators believe Baldwin’s gun fired a single live round that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza. Read more
Taylor Swift opened the show by performing one of Carole King’s best-known songs, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” which appeared on “Tapestry” her seminal 1971 album. Read more
Rescuers placed the woman in a stretcher and carried her about 100 yards down the trail to a clearing, where she was transported by helicopter to a landing zone. Read more
Top Democrats would like a final House-Senate compromise on Biden’s now $1.75 trillion, 10-year social and environment plan to be written by Sunday. Read more
The most popular game on Roblox, according to Backlinko, is “Adopt Me!” — which allows users to raise digital pets. Read more
The move by the Group of 20 summit in Rome was hailed by U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen as benefiting American businesses and workers. Read more