Paradise Beverages fined $75K for polluting Waiawa Stream.
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Paradise Beverages Inc. was issued a notice of violation and order for generating the pollution from its Waipio distribution warehouse. Read more
A long-feared Russian invasion of Ukraine appeared to be imminent today, if not already underway, with Russian President Vladimir Putin ordering forces into separatist regions of eastern Ukraine. Read more
The other nine UH campuses across the state also reported records in various graduation and retention metrics for the academic year 2020–21. Read more
The child was taken to a hospital in serious condition. Read more
Speed, drugs or alcohol were not factors, according to police. Read more
Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman said today that she was open to lifting interest rates by more than the traditional quarter-point at the central bank’s next meeting in March. Read more
The Truth Social app was offered for download from the Apple App Store to a limited number of subscribers who had preordered, with others added to a waiting list to be given access over the next 10 days. Read more
The likely targets would include dissidents from Russia and Belarus living in Ukraine, journalists, anti-corruption activists and members of ethnic and religious minorities and the LGBTQ community. Read more
Johnson confirmed that mandatory self-isolation for people with COVID-19 will end starting Thursday, and the routine tracing of infected people’s contacts will stop. Read more
On cross-examination, former police officer Thomas Lane told prosecutor Samantha Trepel that he was trained that he had a duty to intervene and to provide medical care if needed. Read more
VIDEO: Former UH Warrior and CFL great Chad Owens hosts Star-Advertiser sports show ‘The CO2 RUN DWN’
“The CO2 RUN DWN” runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p.m. and feature insights, interviews and commentary from the former CFL most valuable player and UH all-time career yardage leader. Read more
China said it will impose new sanctions on U.S. defense contractors Raytheon Technologies and Lockheed Martin due to their arms sales to Taiwan, stepping up a feud with Washington over security and Beijing’s strategic ambitions. Read more
A new attraction in downtown Las Vegas wants guests to bask in movie magic through a gallery of iconic props including a James Bond American Express card, “Predator” weapons and a hat worn by Johnny Depp in “Alice Through the Looking Glass.” Read more
With perhaps a week left to salvage opening day, union head Tony Clark attended negotiations for the first time since the MLB lockout began, accompanied by New York Mets stars Max Scherzer and Francisco Lindor. Read more
Medina Spirit was stripped of the victory in last year’s Kentucky Derby and Mandaloun was declared the winner in a ruling by state racing stewards today. Read more
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says emergency powers are still needed, despite police ending border blockades and the occupation of the nation’s capital by truckers and others angry over Canada’s COVID-19 restrictions. Read more
Iran’s president arrived in Qatar and was welcomed in an official ceremony by the country’s ruling emir ahead of a global gas summit and as pressure mounts to revive Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers. Read more
The Honolulu Fire Department rescued a motorcylcist suffering from “cardiac symptoms” at Kahuku Motocross park today. Read more
The Honolulu Fire Department extricated an injured woman following a three-vehicle collision on Kamehameha Highway in Kaneohe today. Read more
Queen Elizabeth II tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday and is experiencing mild, cold-like symptoms, Buckingham Palace said, adding that she still plans to carry on working. Read more