Russian airstrikes hit base in western Ukraine, killing 35 people.
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Since Russia invaded Ukraine, Lviv had largely been spared the scale of destruction unfolding further east and become a destination for residents escaping bombarded cities and for many of the nearly 2.6 million refugees who have fled the country. Read more
Pomerrine Robert and Kevin Robert are accused of bringing a young girl and her mother to Hawaii from Guam and forcing them to perform work. Read more
A 21-year-old-year-old hiker was seriously injured this afternoon after falling while hiking the Crouching Lion trail in Kaaawa. Read more
Spurred by an energetic second-half effort, the University of Hawaii women’s basketball team surged to a 59-48 victory over UC Irvine to win the Big West Championships and earn a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Read more
Hawaii (5-10) was held to nine hits in 16 innings on the day. Read more
Career nights for Hawaii outside hitter Chaz Galloway and middle blocker Guilherme Voss led the fourth-ranked Rainbow Warrior volleyball team to a four-set victory over No. 12 Lewis tonight at SimpliFi Arena at Stan Sheriff Center. Read more
The temporary surcharge will be either 45 cents or 55 cents for each Uber trip and either 35 cents or 45 cents for each Uber Eats order, depending on location. Read more
A draft law could allow Russian courts to appoint external administrators for companies that cease operations and are at least 25% foreign-owned. Read more
An Associated Press journalist witnessed tanks firing on a 9-story apartment block and was among a group of medical workers who came under sniper fire Friday. Read more
According to reports, Traci Braxton had been fighting esophageal cancer. Read more
The number of executed surpassed even the toll of a January 1980 mass execution for the 63 militants convicted of seizing the Grand Mosque in Mecca in 1979. Read more
An Iraqi security official said the ballistic missiles were fired from Iran. Read more
Health officials lifted drinking water advisories for areas that include two Aliamanu Military Reservation zones and the Moanalua, Halsey and Radford terraces. Read more
The alliances help advance Putin’s ambitions of returning Russia’s influence to its old Cold War boundaries. Read more
The filing provided new details of Baldwin’s role as a producer of “Rust,” a production some former crew members claimed in lawsuits had sacrificed safety by cutting costs. Read more
The government reported 588 new confirmed cases and no death in the 24 hours through midnight Friday. Read more
Matt Wong tied the game with an RBI double in the bottom of the eighth inning and Hawaii scored two more runs on a passed ball and an error to win the opener of a four-game series against Rutgers 11-10 tonight at Les Murakami Stadium. Read more
Police said the two people who were stabbed were museum employees. Both were in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital. Read more
The department escorted Officer Jake Reed’s body to the funeral home Friday evening. Read more
Mariupol has endured some of Ukraine’s worst misery since Russia invaded. Read more
Hawaii women’s basketball team advances to the Big West Tournament final after win over UC Riverside
The top-seeded Rainbow Wahine (19-9) advanced to the Big West final for the fourth time in coach Laura Beeman’s tenure and will try to win their first tournament title since 2016. Read more
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