Court documents reveal “horrific” allegations against adoptive parents charged with killing girl.
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Court documents reveal horrific allegations against adoptive parents charged with murdering girl
Court documents released Friday reveal that the adoptive parents charged with murdering 6-year-old Isabella “Ariel” Kalua kept her in a dog cage in the bathroom with duct tape on her mouth and refused to feed her. In the court documents, police say an older sibling of Isabella’s told investigators earlier this month that the adoptive parents had asked her to “keep a secret” about the dog cage incident.
Maui County selects global firm to support climate change, resilience & sustainability program
Stantec, a global engineering, architect and consulting firm, will work closely with the Office of Climate Change, Resilience and Sustainability to identify scalable solutions and tools to support a sustainable and resilient future for Maui. One project includes creating heat maps to address unique heat and fire risks.
New analysis of Hawai‘i Covid-19 breakthrough infections finds vaccines still protect against severe disease
Health officials reviewed data on deaths that occurred between Jan. 1, 2021 and Sept. 30 2021 and found that fully vaccinated individuals up to the age of 59 were 34 times less likely to die of Covid-19 than individuals who were unvaccinated.
Hawai‘i reports 5 additional Covid deaths, 138 new infections
There are 61 coronavirus cases on O‘ahu, 29 on the Big Island, 21 on Kaua‘i, 13 on Maui, two on Moloka‘i, and 12 diagnosed out of state.
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