Maui police identify 54-year-old man who died in a head-on collision with a tractor-trailer.
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Maui police today identified the 54-year-old Kihei man who died in a collision with a tractor-trailer on Maui. Read more
Former building plans examiner Jennie Javonillo allegedly took bribes from an architect, a builder, an engineer and others. Read more
Police briefly closed all lanes of Kapahulu Avenue this afternoon when a five-story building caught fire. Read more
This version of the coronavirus, which scientists call BA.2, is widely considered stealthier than the original version of omicron because particular genetic traits make it somewhat harder to detect. Some scientists worry it could also be more contagious. Read more
The University of Hawaii basketball team has secured a commitment from a 6-foot-9, 210-pound forward from Australia. Read more
June Jones would have been Hawaii’s football coach if he agreed to succession plan, athletic director says
University of Hawaii athletic director David Matlin indicated June Jones would be the football team’s head coach if the former Rainbow Warrior coach had accepted terms of a succession plan, he said during a Zoom meeting with media on Tuesday. Read more
Red Hill monitoring results show elevated levels of petroleum chemicals in soil vapor and groundwater
The data was collected in the months following a May fuel leak at Red Hill. Read more
Health officials said today that, of the state’s total infection count, 54,619 cases were considered to be active. The state’s total number of active cases decreased today by 1,104. Read more
A reinforced fence has been installed around a Maui airport after a deer blocked a runway earlier this month. Read more
Thailand in 2020 became the first Asian nation to decriminalize the production and use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. Read more
Kennedy’s comments, made at a Washington rally on Sunday put on by his anti-vaccine nonprofit group, were widely condemned as offensive, outrageous and historically ignorant. Read more
By announcing she would seek a 19th term, Pelosi avoids becoming a lame duck in a year when Democrats are clinging to a fragile majority in the House and the party is under pressure to raise vast sums of money to defend control of Congress. Read more
The epic football playoff game between Buffalo and Kansas City reached nearly 43 million television viewers on Sunday, the most for any event since last year’s Super Bowl as the NFL struck gold with its rousing weekend. Read more
Payton, whose 16-year tenure with the club included its only Super Bowl championship and also a one-season suspension stemming from the NFL’s bounty investigation, is leaving coaching — for now. Read more
HDOT advises the public to follow all traffic control signs on the H-3 and allow for extra travel time to get to their destinations. Read more
There are conflicting reports on his condition. EMS said he was taken in serious condition to a hospital and police said he was taken in critical condition. Read more
The collision occurred at the intersection of Kuhio Highway and Ohia Street at about 6:40 p.m. Sunday. Read more
Since the pandemic began, Tonga has reported just a single case of COVID-19 and has avoided any outbreaks. Read more
Last week, the government dismissed the case against Gang Chen, which alleged that he had concealed seven Chinese affiliations in applications for $2.7 million in grants. Read more