Forty-two-year-old man dies in Keolu Hills moped crash.
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The man was traveling east on Akaakaawa St. around 2:45 a.m. today when he lost control and left the roadway, veering onto a sidewalk and colliding with a tree before being ejected from his moped. Read more
Tom Brady’s retirement lasted 40 days. Read more
Russia asked China to give it military equipment and support for the war in Ukraine after Russian President Vladimir Putin began a full-scale invasion last month, according to U.S. officials. Read more
Former President Obama says he has tested positive for the coronavirus, though he’s feeling relatively healthy and his wife, Michelle, tested negative. Read more
Gonzaga received the top overall seed for the NCAA Tournament, with Arizona, Kansas and defending champion Baylor joining the Zags as No. 1s. Read more
The Hawaii Department of Health today said that residents in Iroquois Point and Hickam housing can resume drinking and cooking with their tap water. Read more
Multiple Kauai agencies took part in finding and rescuing a 40-year-old Wailua man missing for nearly three hours Friday in waters off Kaiakea Point in Kealia. Read more
Tens of thousands of people rallied in cities across Europe to protest against Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine, with small vigils taking place in Russia as well despite a crackdown by authorities against such demonstrations. Read more
Nearly three dozen firefighters responded to a building fire at 68-330 Olohio Street on Friday night. Read more
Honolulu police have identified a 48-year-old man who was found dead in his work delivery truck on Friday as Marvin Velasco. Read more
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says there is no threat of tsunami for the Hawaiian Islands following a 6.7 magnitude earthquake in the Philippines this morning. Read more
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
Iran has claimed responsibility for a missile barrage that struck near a sprawling U.S. consulate complex in northern Iraq, saying it was retaliation for an Israeli strike in Syria that killed two members of its Revolutionary Guard earlier this week. Read more
The talks between national security adviser Jake Sullivan and senior Chinese foreign policy adviser Yang Jiechi will center on “efforts to manage the competition between our two countries and discuss the impact of Russia’s war against Ukraine on regional and global security. Read more
With their agenda stalled in Congress and the midterm election fast approaching, Democrats are pleading for Biden to use the power of the Oval Office to act on some of the party’s core legislative priorities. Read more
Brent Renaud, an acclaimed filmmaker who traveled to some of the darkest and most dangerous corners of the world for documentaries that transported audiences to little-known places of suffering, died after Russian forces opened fire on his vehicle in Ukraine. Read more
In its second weekend of release, Warner Bros.’ “The Batman” easily remained the No. 1 movie in North American theaters with $66 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates, while a live BTS concert broadcast was one-day-only blockbuster. 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
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
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