Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency says audible siren Saturday night in Hilo was a false alarm.
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Hawaii County said this evening’s audible emergency siren in the Hilo area is a false alarm. Read more
People who called emergency services said they could only see the man’s hand sticking out from the ground. Read more
Hawaii came back from a huge early deficit tonight to beat visiting UC Santa Barbara 65-62 and extend its men’s basketball winning streak to seven games. Read more
A depleted Hawaii men’s volleyball team dropped its first match of the season and No. 15 Ball State celebrated a sweep of the top-ranked Rainbow Warriors today in Muncie, Ind. Read more
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Hawaii forward Amy Atwell and guard Daejah Phillips each scored 15 points and the Rainbow Wahine basketball team earned a split of its Big West road trip with a 76-67 win over Cal State Northridge today in Northridge, Calif. Read more
Ocean Safety rescued a 62-year-old boater this afternoon in waters off Crozier Drive in Mokuleia. Read more
A 36-year-old woman, allegedly armed with a knife, was arrested for allegedly robbing a store twice early this morning in Mililani. Read more
Police arrested a 20-year-old woman for allegedly kicking a 28-year-old law enforcement officer in the face late Friday night in Kapolei. Read more
The game was tied at 17 after three quarters, but USC’s Vavae Malepeai, who prepped at Mililani, put Jeff Fisher’s American team back in the lead on an 18-yard run on which he shook off a couple of tackle attempts in the backfield. Read more
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The launch came three days after North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea on Thursday. Read more
Three officers arrived and an Ala Moana Center security guard identified the suspect nearby holding a knife with an 8-inch serrated blade. Read more
The U.S. Attorney in Alexandria, Virginia, announced Saturday that Allison Fluke-Ekren, 42, has been charged with providing material support to a terrorist organization. Read more
T-Mobile US Inc. will fire corporate employees who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by April 2. Read more
Italian President Sergio Mattarella won in the eighth round of voting when he clinched the minimum of 505 votes needed from the eligible 1,009 Grand Electors. Read more
Shoreline access to the Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline will remain open to visitors who access it by foot from Sandy Beach. Read more
The Feb. 3-8 exercises were to be held 240 kilometers (150 miles) off southwestern Ireland — in international waters but within Ireland’s exclusive economic zone. Read more