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Damon allegedly shot and killed 18-year-old Ha’aheo Kolona on March 18 after an attempted robbery of a group of teens. Read more
A Ukrainian family who came to Hawaii for a long-awaited vacation ended up watching from the islands in shock as bombs started dropping on their country. Now, more than a month later, they remain stranded on Oahu. Read more
Outrigger Hospitality Group has announced that it is acquiring the newly renovated five-star Maafushivaru Resort in the Maldives. Read more
Kanaka’ole, who died in 1979, was a composer, chanter, dancer, teacher and entertainer. Read more
An Oahu grand jury has indicted and charged 19-year-old Justice Kaio today following the killing of 20-year-old Marqus McNeil in Waikiki on March 19. Read more
A 72 year-old Waianae High School teacher was arrested by Honolulu police Tuesday for allegedly trying to solicit sex from a law enforcement officer posing as a minor online. Read more
Aphasia typically occurs after a stroke or head injury, but can also develop gradually due to a slow-growing brain tumor or a disease that causes degenerative damage. Read more
Many have questioned why Smith was allowed to remain seated front row at the Academy Awards after the incident. Read more
The teen was arrested and taken to the Pahoa police station, charged, then released to his guardian. Read more
As the United States prepares to accept up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees following Russia’s invasion of their country, existing communities in cities like Sacramento and Seattle are already mobilizing to provide food, shelter and support to those fleeing the war. Read more
Bruce Arians, who will turn 70 this coming season, coached the Bucs to the Super Bowl title in the 2020 season — Tom Brady’s first with Tampa Bay. Read more
The announcement could come as soon as Thursday, when the White House says Biden is planning to deliver remarks on his administration’s plans to combat rising gas prices. Read more
The nighttime performance in Boston comes just three days after Will Smith slapped Rock on the Oscars stage. Read more
The worldwide seafood industry is steeling itself for price hikes, supply disruptions and potential job losses as new rounds of economic sanctions on Russia make key species such as cod and crab harder to come by. Read more
The U.S. had to avoid losing by six goals or more in order to claim an automatic berth by finishing among the top three nations in North and Central America and Caribbean. Read more
U.S.-based Viasat issued a statement providing details for the first time of how the most serious known cyberattack of the Russia-Ukraine war unfolded. Read more
Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Thursday issued strong backing for Afghanistan at a regional conference, while making no mention of human rights abuses by the country’s Taliban leaders. Read more
Just Culture has been widely adopted in hospitals since a 1999 report by the National Academy of Medicine estimated at least 98,000 people may die each year due to medical errors. Read more
The Ukrainian president said his country’s defense against the Russian invasion is at a “turning point” and again pressed the United States for more help, hours after the Kremlin’s forces reneged on a pledge to scale back some of their operations. Read more
According to the FDA, emerging evidence suggests that a second booster dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine improves protection against severe COVID-19. Read more
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