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Man, 58, dies after crashing into a light post in Ewa Beach
A 58-year-old man driving a light duty pickup truck died after crashing into a light post in the intersection of Renton Road and Park Row in Ewa Beach. Read more
Maui police identify woman in murder case on Molokai
Police officers early Sunday morning arrested Garces after receiving a call from him the night before describing a possible murder in his home. Read more
No tsunami threat to Hawaii from large quake off Guadalcanal
The magnitude 7.0 quake struck just after 4 p.m. Hawaii time and was centered about 10 miles southwest of the Solomon Islands. Read more
Wales battles U.S. to draw in World Cup opening round
Next up for the United States is a high-profile matchup Friday against England, which opened with a 6-2 rout of Iran. Read more
Man, 35, charged in robbery at Ewa home
Honolulu police said a man entered a home on Manakuke Street where he brandished what appeared to be a handgun. Read more
Woman convicted of storming Pelosi’s office in Jan. 6 attack
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered Williams be taken into custody after the jury delivered its verdict. Read more
2nd Arizona county delays certifying election, for now
The delay came as Maricopa, the state’s most populous county, finished counting the last remaining ballots and the state attorney general demanded that officials there explain Election Day problems some voters experienced. Read more
Ex-UFC champion pleads not guilty to attempted murder
Hawaii lighting buildings orange to remember road traffic victims
The Aloha Tower and IBM Building on Oahu, and the Moikeha building on Kauai, will be lit in orange through Thanksgiving week. Read more
Gay bar shooting suspect facing murder, hate crime charges
Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, faces five murder charges and five charges of committing a bias-motivated crime causing bodily injury, the records show. Read more
VIDEO: Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi joins ‘Spotlight Hawaii’
Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi joins the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s “Spotlight Hawaii” livestream show today at 10:30 a.m. to answer viewer questions. Read more
Elon Musk’s Twitter reinstates Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
Greene’s reinstatement comes after Musk over the weekend reinstated the account of former President Donald Trump, who was banned in the aftermath of the deadly Jan. 6 riots. Read more
Atlanta to pay $1M settlement to family of Rayshard Brooks
The shooting came just weeks after the death of George Floyd under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer. It sparked a new wave of demonstrations in Atlanta against police brutality and racial injustice. Read more
Bowing to FIFA, teams ask captains to forego #OneLove bands
The “One Love” armbands were designed to show support for minority groups amid continuing concerns about the treatment of the LGBTQ community in Qatar. Read more
High surf, wind advisories in effect for parts of Hawaii
A much larger, north-northwest swell is expected to build overnight Wednesday into Thanksgiving Day Thursday, with a peak that could reach warning levels. Read more
Man arrested on suspicion of murder on Molokai
Police on Sunday morning arrested a man on suspicion of second-degree murder of a woman inside his Molokai home. Read more
Iger back on top in a Disney plot twist that few saw coming
The company’s stock jumped 8% at the opening bell today, with the appointment of Iger effective immediately. Read more
Judge orders Amazon to stop retaliations against organizers
In its lawsuit, the agency argued Amazon’s termination of the former employee, Gerald Bryson, was unlawful and would have a chilling effect on organizing. Read more
Strong 2nd half lifts No. 10 Bluejays past No. 21 Texas Tech
The Bluejays (5-0) committed a season-high 13 turnovers, all in the first half, and then started rolling. Read more
1 dead, 16 hurt after SUV crashes into Massachusetts Apple store
Police were investigating and didn’t immediately say whether the crash was believed to be accidental. Read more
U.S. supply chain under threat as unions, railroads, clash
A split vote today from the two biggest railroad unions follows the rejection by three other unions of their deals with the railroads that the Biden administration helped broker. Read more
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