New murals honor Honolulu Ocean Safety lifeguards Joy Mills-Ferren and Joshua Guerra.
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The Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation announced the completion of the murals, which celebrate former lifeguards Joy Keahipuakauikawekiu Mills-Ferren and Joshua “Goat” Guerra. Read more
A 59-year-old woman is being treated for smoke inhalation from a fire at a four-story apartment building on Waialae Avenue this afternoon. Read more
Radar data showed heavy rain over the Kona Coast and interior of the island, falling at 1 to 1.5 inches an hour. Read more
The Honolulu Fire Department is reminding the public that permits are only available for purchase online at its website. Read more
U.S. Air Force Special Air Mission 50601 departed from Joint Base Andrews on the night of Dec. 9 with an ambitious journey ahead — an eight-day, around-the-world trip with America’s top diplomat, Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Read more
UNLV went inside to overcome a career-high shooting performance by Hawaii’s Amy Atwell in a 70-63 win over the Rainbow Wahine basketball team today in Las Vegas. Read more
Biden detailed major changes to his COVID-19 winter plan, his hand forced by the arrival of the fast-spreading variant. Read more
Amid the swirl of recriminations and second-guessing that followed the announcement by Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., that he would not support President Joe Biden’s signature domestic policy plan, one point of contention stood out: their differences over an expansion of the child tax credit. Read more
Watters, a host on Fox News Channel’s panel show “The Five,” made his initial mark doing aggressive interviews for Bill O’Reilly. Read more
Police said he was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. Read more
Rachel Taylor kissed her fingertips and pressed them to the crow sewn onto a leather bag on the couch in the living room. “Oh, my baby,” she whispered. She hugged the buckskin satchel filled with her son’s ashes. Read more
With 50 games already postponed, there was a fear the NHL would be unable to complete a full 82-game season while also taking a break of more than two weeks in February for the Olympics. Read more
The settlement includes 11 million pounds a year to cover security costs for Princess Haya and the children while they are minors. Read more
While Trump has expressed opposition to vaccine mandates, he has long taken credit for the vaccines developed on his watch. Read more
The court reported no questions from the jury after jurors asked a single one on Monday. Read more
Perry, the incoming chairman of the ultraconservative House Freedom Caucus, called the committee “illegitimate.” Read more
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said today that there are no plans to pause the season, even as numbers of players entering the league’s health and safety protocols related to the coronavirus continues to rise. Read more
U.S. officials announced approval today of two large-scale solar projects in California and moved to open up public lands in other Western states to potential solar power development, as part of the Biden administration’s effort to counter climate change by shifting from fossil fuels. Read more
Ever since young Americans began their exodus from commercial television to streaming services and social media, advertisers have searched for the digital equivalent of home shopping channels, a place online where users might engage with ads rather than just quickly clicking past them. Read more
New Zealand’s strict border regulations so far have been successful in keeping omicron from spreading in the community. Read more