72-year-old man on road dies after he’s struck by car in crosswalk.
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The pedestrian, for unknown reasons, was lying on the roadway in a marked crosswalk when the BMW hit him. Read more
Travelers eager to get out there have been thrown back into the old routine of reading up on new requirements and postponing trips. Read more
Hawaii’s three neighbor island mayors today separately announced the relaxing of some COVID-19 restrictions effective Wednesday. Read more
A man approximately 27 years old and a 25-year-old woman were in serious condition tonight after being shot in the torso in the vicinity of 205 Kalihi St. Read more
The network said documents released by New York’s attorney general Monday indicated Cuomo took a greater level of involvement in his brother’s efforts than CNN executives previously knew. Read more
Japan has gone further than most other countries so far. Read more
The WBA and IBF bantamweight world champion is undefeated, with all but three of his wins by knockout — mostly in the early rounds. Read more
Megan Searfoss has been hoarding sneakers in Connecticut. Searfoss, the owner of two running stores in Darien and Ridgefield, Connecticut, would normally have about 3,000 pairs of shoes in stock ahead of the holiday season. Read more
A Waimea house fire that broke out just before 12:20 a.m. today, left the home a total loss, the Kauai Fire Department said. Read more
The three students who were killed were a 16-year-old boy and two girls, ages 14 and 17, Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe said. Read more
Kim Potter, who is white, has said she meant to use her Taser on Daunte Wright but grabbed her handgun by mistake. Read more
Two distant nations announced their first cases and a third reported its presence before South African officials sounded the alarm. Read more
Santa Clara overpowered Hawaii in the second half for a 70-58 men’s basketball victory today at the Leavy Center in South Bay. Read more
Maui Mayor Michael Victorino announced today that restaurants and bars will be allowed to return to 100% capacity without physical distancing requirements, starting Wednesday. Read more
The recommendation aligns with stronger guidelines recently adopted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read more
All members of the military are required to be vaccinated unless they obtain an official waiver for medical or other reasons. Read more
The University of Hawaii football team’s most prolific tacklers — linebacker Darius Muasau and hybrid defender Khoury Bethley — today were named to the All-Mountain West Conference’s first team. Read more
The sweeping measure requires proof of shots for everyone entering a wide variety of businesses from restaurants to theaters and gyms to nail and hair salons. Read more
Javier Báez agreed to bring his high motor to the Motor City, while other teams around the majors raced to finish up business before Tuesday’s deadline to tender contracts and a likely roster freeze coming when baseball’s collective bargaining agreement expires Wednesday. Read more
As the U.S. Supreme Court hears a Mississippi case that could topple abortion rights nationwide, the state’s only abortion clinic is busier than ever: Volunteers continue to escort patients into the bright pink building while protesters outside beseech women not to end their pregnancies. Read more
High school girls are sitting at home almost everywhere in Afghanistan, forbidden to attend class by the Taliban rulers. But there’s one major exception. Read more