Honolulu police said the two men involved knew each other and that the shooting was not a random act.
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Police said the two men knew each other and that the shooting was not a random act. Read more
Humber began his new role with the City and County of Honolulu on Monday. Read more
Three people hanging from an overturned boat in the water near Diamond Head were rescued this evening, the Honolulu Fire Department has reported. Read more
A man was arrested today in suspicion of attempted murder after allegedly attacking another man with a machete in the Iwilei area earlier this month. Read more
Images from the scene of the crash showed a virtually destroyed black vehicle with what appeared to be a pink steering wheel among the rubble. Read more
One reason the variant has gained ground, scientists say, is that it’s about 30% more contagious than the original omicron. Read more
The flash flood warning for Kauai has expired but a flood watch remains in effect through late tonight. Read more
On social media, the former Democratic presidential candidate said she was “feeling fine” and that former President Bill Clinton had tested negative. Read more
When Alexei Navalny was arrested in January 2021, tens of thousands of Russians filled the streets in protest, demanding that the top Kremlin critic be released and chanting slogans against President Vladimir Putin. Thousands were arrested. Read more
The energy shortfall came as people used more power to keep warm and followed an earthquake last week that caused several coal-fired plants to temporarily stop generating electricity. Read more
The announcement comes less than two months after she won her home Australian Open, her third Grand Slam singles title. Read more
Throughout the day, pockets of employees staged demonstrations at various sites across the country. Read more
Investigators say it is too early to speculate on the cause of the crash. Read more
A tornado tore through parts of New Orleans and its suburbs tonight, flipping cars and ripping roofs off homes and killing at least one person in a region that was pummeled by Hurricane Katrina 17 years ago. Read more
Boris Romanchenko, who survived Buchenwald as well as camps at Peenemuende, Dora and Bergen-Belsen, was killed on Friday during an attack in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Read more
Ukrainian leaders accused Russia of seizing 15 rescue workers and drivers from a humanitarian convoy trying to get desperately needed food and other supplies into the bloodied port city of Mariupol, which also came under naval attack after weeks of air and land strikes. Read more
The warning by the FBI underscores the Biden administration’s heightened cybersecurity concerns due to Russia’s war with Ukraine. Read more
The United Nations will face three resolutions Wednesday on the worsening humanitarian situation in Ukraine after Russia decided to call for a vote on its Security Council resolution that makes no mention of its attack on its smaller neighbor. Read more
Protesters in Jamaica raised their fists today as they donned T-shirts emblazoned with a pair of shackled Black wrists surrounded by the phrases “Seh Yuh Sorry!” and “Apologize now!” as they demonstrated just hours before Prince William and Kate arrived. Read more
In a surprise decision the hardline leadership of Afghanistan’s new rulers has decided against opening educational institutions to girls beyond Grade six, a Taliban official said Wednesday on the first day of Afghanistan’s new school year. Read more
The gesture came two days after Zegler, who plays Maria, posted on social media that she had not been invited to the awards. Read more