Thanksgiving, Black Friday 2022: What’s open, closed on Oahu.
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Thanksgiving, Black Friday 2022: What’s open, closed on Oahu
Want to know what’s open and closed over the Thanksgiving holiday? Here’s your guide to mall hours, attractions and more on Oahu. Read more
Wind advisory, high surf warning issued for parts of Hawaii
Winds this strong can tear off shingles and knock down tree branches, officials warned, and make it difficult to drive, especially for drivers in high profile vehicles. Read more
Former UH QB Cordeiro finds love of the game after transfer
Nearly a year after transferring from the University of Hawaii to San Jose State, quarterback Chevan Cordeiro said he has a rejuvenated love for football. Read more
‘Bodies drop’ as Walmart manager kills 6 in Virginia attack
The gunman, who apparently shot himself, was dead when officers found him, police said. Read more
Colorado gay club shooting suspect held without bail
Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, could be seen with injuries visible on their face and head in a brief video appearance from jail. Read more
Canada paramedic unknowingly treated daughter in fatal crash
Jayme Erickson was called to the crash north of Calgary on Nov. 15 and sat with a seriously injured girl who was was extricated from the car and taken to hospital, where she died. Read more
No. 14 Arizona beat No. 10 Creighton for Maui Invitational title
Oumar Ballo dominated inside with 30 points and 13 rebounds for No. 14 Arizona, which held off No. 10 Creighton 81-79 on Wednesday to win the Maui Invitational for the third time. Read more
Pahoa man charged with terroristic threatening following altercation
A 45-year-old Pahoa man is in custody and charged with terroristic threatening and firearms-related offenses today following a violent altercation in the Leilani Estates subdivision on Monday. Read more
Shoppers hunt for deals but inflation makes bargains elusive
Consumers holding out for big deals — and some much-needed relief from soaring costs on just about everything — may be disappointed as they head into the busiest shopping season of the year. Read more
Teachers, lecturers join postal workers in U.K. strike action
Most schools in Scotland were closed today as thousands of teachers walked off the job, joining scores of postal workers and university lecturers in industrial action to demand better pay and working conditions to cope with the country’s cost-of-living crisis. Read more
Kim’s sister makes insulting threats to Seoul over sanctions
Kim Yo Jong’s diatribe came two days after South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said that it was reviewing additional unilateral sanctions on North Korea over its recent barrage of missile tests. Read more
Visitor in critical condition after she is pulled from water at Waimanalo beach
Honolulu Ocean Safety responded to a 911 call of an unresponsive snorkeler in five feet of water just after 10:45 a.m. Read more
LAPD officer unjustified in shooting that killed girl, 14
Valentina Orellana Peralta was shot and killed as she prayed in a dressing room with her mother, Soledad Peralta. Read more
Man, 35, charged with robbing Ewa couple twice
A 35-year-old man charged with allegedly robbing a couple twice in Ewa is scheduled to appear at his preliminary hearing at Honolulu District Court. Read more
Man, 59, charged with murder of Molokai woman appears in court
Garces’ preliminary hearing is scheduled for Monday. The court maintained his bail at $1 million. Read more
Hawaii records 1,169 new COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths
The state’s seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases increased slightly to 149 compared with 142 reported on Nov. 16. Read more
A U.S.-made missile went astray in Ukraine, injuring civilians
The strike involved an AGM-88B High Speed Anti-Radiation Missile, which is fired from a fighter jet against ground targets like radar and air-defense systems. Read more
Man, 59, charged in robbery of Waipahu business
Richard Moniz was charged Tuesday with second-degree robbery. His bail is set at $100,000. Read more
Small businesses, and shoppers, return to holiday markets
After two years of pandemic holidays when people spent more dollars online, shoppers are back in force in stores and at holiday markets. Read more
Honolulu to get new affordable housing chief
Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi said the city will be doubling down on its commitment to the development of affordable housing with the appointment of a recognized expert in the field. Read more
VIDEO: First lady Dawn Ige joins ‘Spotlight Hawaii’
First lady Dawn Ige joined the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s “Spotlight Hawaii” livestream show today and answered viewer questions. Read more
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