$15,000 reward offered for information on Isabella Kalua murder case.
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A $15,000 reward is being offered for information regarding the disappearance of Isabella “Ariel” Kalua or the recovery of her body. Read more
When the moon shines in night skies Thursday into the early hours of Friday, you will get a chance to witness a celestial phenomenon not seen since the 1440s. Read more
Vares-Lum was born in Wahiawa, commissioned from the University of Hawaii-Manoa’s Army ROTC program and was the first Native Hawaiian woman to become a general. Read more
The driver and eight passengers of a tour van heading to the summit of Mauna Kea on Nov. 9 had to evacuate the vehicle after it caught fire. Read more
A visitor from Canada was rescued from the Makaha Valley Trail this afternoon after reportedly slipping and falling 50 feet down a slope. Read more
Honolulu police today arrested a 34-year-old man who they believe is a suspect of an attempted murder case involving two men who were shot in a Honolulu parking lot. Read more
A 50 year-old Kapolei woman was arrested by federal agents today after allegedly helping a Philippines-based church with operations in Waipahu secure passports and funnel money to church leaders as part of an elaborate sex and labor trafficking scheme. Read more
State wildlife officials are urging motorists to slow down and drive with aloha after a bonded nene pair were struck and killed Tuesday near Kahului Airport on Maui. Read more
City and County of Honolulu lifeguards say a 7-foot reef shark was seen behaving aggressively this afternoon in nearshore waters at Makaha Beach Park. Read more
Two-time Olympian and Roosevelt High School alum Clarissa Chun has been named the first head coach in the history of the University of Iowa women’s wrestling team. Read more
Police said the man, a Hawaii resident, refused to wear a mask in an area where a COVID-19 testing site is set up. Read more
Charles L. Hank III was the only applicant for the deputy position with all the qualifications for the job, which were determined by incoming Chief John Pelletier. Read more
Hawaii’s jobless rate is still sharply higher than March 2020, when it stood at 2.1%. Read more
More than half a century after the assassination of Malcolm X, two of his convicted killers were exonerated after decades of doubt about who was responsible for the civil rights icon’s death. Read more
Of all the confirmed Hawaii infection cases, 4,934 have required hospitalizations, with 16 new hospitalizations reported today. Read more
Customers are caught in the middle of a growing dispute between Amazon and Visa over transaction fees. Read more
A detective in Florida investigating the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s second husband says the “Tiger King” star had three times refused requests for interviews, and that the probe was ongoing. Read more
It was the Meghan hour today on the talk show of her friend, Ellen DeGeneres, as the Duchess of Sussex helped welcome a special guest, hit the studio lot to prank vendors and said she’ll be cooking Thanksgiving dinner herself. Read more
While insisting Major League Baseball is focused on reaching a labor deal, Commissioner Rob Manfred signaled owners likely will lock out players if the current contract expires Dec. 1 without a new agreement. Read more
In 2007, performance artist Jack Ferver appeared in a cunningly strange commercial for Berries and Cream Starburst candy, playing a “Little Lad” in antique garb who sang and danced about his love for berries and cream. Read more
The judge at Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial banned MSNBC from the courthouse today after police said they briefly detained a man who had followed the jury bus and may have tried to photograph jurors. Read more