1 woman dead, 1 hospitalized following head-on collision near Sea Life Park.
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Honolulu Emergency Medical Services said two women, ages 77 and 75, were involved in the accident, and both suffered multiple injuries. Read more
A school resources officer contacted patrol officers after a large group of students started arguing which escalated into a physical altercation. Read more
Ian Shoemaker replaces Bo Graham, whose play-calling was widely questioned in 2021. Read more
The woman was walking along Kapiolani Boulevard near Ward Avenue at when the suspect pushed her to the ground and fled. Read more
Two people on a motorcycle were injured near the Waiahole Poi Factory this evening after they were hit by another vehicle. Read more
The researchers said that the findings might suggest ways to prevent or treat some cases of long COVID. Read more
The man was pulled from the water and given CPR before he was pronounced dead at the scene. Read more
The EPA says cesspools are used more widely in Hawaii than any other state. Read more
Authorities said 36-year-old Anthony Dishari was arrested early Saturday on suspicion of battery resulting in substantial bodily harm. Read more
Firefighters managed to bring the blaze under control Wednesday night, but flare-ups continued into Thursday morning. Read more
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The Rainbow Wahine conclude their road trip on Saturday at Cal State Northridge. Read more
Russian officials said dialogue was still possible to end the crisis, but Biden again offered a stark warning amid growing concerns that Russian President Vladimir Putin will give the go-ahead for a further invasion of Ukrainian territory in the not-so-distant future. Read more
One of just 20 special football cards featuring Tom Brady in the year he won his first Super Bowl is coming up for auction. Read more
North Korea has been ramping up its testing activity in recent months, including six rounds of weapons launches so far in 2022, demonstrating its military might amid pandemic-related difficulties and a prolonged freeze in nuclear diplomacy with the United States. Read more
A 48-year-old woman who barricaded herself in a Kailua-area home and was armed with a bow and arrow and a machete was arrested by deputy sheriffs Tuesday morning. Read more
Customers receiving the credit include those with a minimum of past-due balances of at least 30 days as of Dec. 31, 2021. It is a one-time credit. Read more
The focus is now on how Russia will respond — a decision that rests squarely with President Vladimir Putin and one that could determine whether Europe will again be plunged into war. Read more
The McMinn County School Board decided Jan. 10 to remove “Maus” from its curriculum, news outlets reported. Read more
Lowe’s is teaming up with Petco to offer pet departments within its stores, betting that customers want cans of dog food along with their cans of paint. Read more