Hawaii health officials report 3 more coronavirus-related deaths, 1,532 additional infections.
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Today’s new confirmed and probable infection count includes 953 new cases on Oahu, 205 on Hawaii island, 138 on Maui, 170 on Kauai, seven on Molokai, 10 on Lanai and 49 Hawaii residents diagnosed outside the state. Read more
It is the latest allegation by the U.S. and Britain that Russia is plotting to use a false pretext to go to war against Ukraine. Read more
Apple holds extraordinary sway because of its control of the iPhone. Read more
Filmed mostly on Oahu, the dramedy series was created by Hawaii-born Kourtney Kang. Read more
The male monk seal, formerly known as N2, was returned back to the ocean Wednesday from an undisclosed coastline off of Oahu. Read more
Greg McMichael reversed his plan to plead guilty in the federal case days after a U.S. District Court judge rejected terms of a plea deal that was met with passionate objections by Arbery’s parents. Read more
The S&P 500 fell 2.4%, its biggest drop in nearly a year. The tech-focused Nasdaq composite gave up 3.7%, its biggest loss since September 2020. Read more
Republican officials meeting in Utah advanced a watered-down resolution that would formally censure GOP Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger for their perceived disloyalty to former President Donald Trump but not seek to expel them from the party. Read more
The new traffic signal is part of the “Kalanianaole Highway Traffic Signal Installation Project.” Read more
Asaahdi Coleman started shooting at passengers as they exited the Los Angeles-bound bus after it stopped at a convenience store. Read more
Heavy snow was expected from the southern Rockies to northern New England, while forecasters said heavy ice buildup was likely from Pennsylvania to New England through Friday. Read more
Officials faced mounting questions about why they didn’t inform the public about the apparent beating of a San Francisco 49ers fan outside SoFi Stadium on Sunday. Read more
The Prime price increases were widely expected because the Seattle-based company has incurred billions in margin-eating costs to ensure packages get to customers amid supply-chain bottlenecks and an acute labor shortage. Read more
According to the Beijing Organizing Committee’s COVID tracker, 26 new infections among athletes and team officials were reported as of Thursday. Read more
The action comes as Republicans hope to regain a U.S. House majority in this year’s elections. Read more
Cook sailed the ship around the South Pacific in a pioneering voyage before landing on the east coast of Australia in 1770. Read more
Human rights groups have dubbed these the “Genocide Games,” and the U.S. and other countries have cited rights abuses in leading a diplomatic boycott of the event. Read more
Previous recipients have included Tyler Perry, then-Sen. Barack Obama, Danny Glover, U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters and the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis. Read more
More than a year ago Sebastian Bressa finished his paperwork to become a language teacher in Tokyo and made plans to quit his job in Sydney. His life has been in limbo ever since. Read more
It measures about 43 miles by 28 miles, almost the size of Rhode Island, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center. Read more