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Judge halts Air Force’s efforts to discharge airmen with HIV

Service members in the Air Force claim they're being discharged solely because of their HIV status and despite the recommendations of their doctors and commanding officers, who say they are fit to serve.


Woman dies, several injured in early-morning Liliha crash

Downed kiawe trees at Kapiolani Park to be removed

Kauai police open homicide investigation after couple found dead on separate beaches

Legal fights launched over Trump’s national emergency declaration

  Shooter kills 5 at suburban Chicago business; 5 officers wounded

Five people were killed by a gunman at a Chicago-area business on Friday. The gunman is also deceased. Five police officers were wounded.
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  Teacher cuts waist-length hair to support 5-year-old girl bullied for short haircut

After a 5-year-old in Texas got her hair cut, her friends started calling her a boy, and she began wearing a hat to school. But her teacher’s kind gesture changed everything.

  Saint Francis closure highlights struggle for Catholic schools to stay afloat

Large group of students threatening a fight triggers police presence in McCully

DOJ criminal probe seeks more than 30,000 documents from rail authority

Victim’s mom addresses ex-Kamehameha Schools teacher at sex assault sentencing

Honolulu prosecutor given 20 days to respond to order seeking his suspension

This 132-foot vessel sailed from CA to Hawaii (and back) without anyone on board

UFC’s Holloway hints at lightweight title fight against Ferguson

10 months after historic flood, Aina Haina preschool finally reopens

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Heather Nauert withdraws bid to be UN ambassador, State Department says

Heather Nauert, picked by President Donald Trump to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations but never officially nominated, has withdrawn from consideration, the State Department said.


  Jack Purchase makes history in rout of UC Riverside

“To be mentioned in the same sentence as Zane and all those guys is an honor,” said Purchase. “The best part about getting the record tonight was that Brocke got me the assist.”

Wahine softball go 3-1 in Sin City

Warriors notch first victory of 2019 season

Wahine take physical contest over Long Beach State 63-49

  Members of local Jiu-jitsu community come together to give back

This morning at O2 Martial Arts Academy in Aiea many members of the academy took part in a five hour ‘Rollathon’ to help raise money for Hawai’i Special Olympics athletes.


  IHS: 1 in 10 homeless people in Hawaii just got here from somewhere else

Amid week of wild weather, wicked waterspout spotted off Princeville

Thousands to hit the pavement for 35th annual Great Aloha Run

Oysters are now being farmed in Pearl Harbor (just don’t eat them)

Oysters are now being farmed in Pearl Harbor (just don’t eat them)

Native oysters were once abundant in Pearl Harbor, and researchers hope the project to bring the oysters back could help clean up the waterway.
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  Police: Aurora attacker used gun he shouldn’t have owned

The man who opened fire and killed five co-workers including the plant manager, human resources manager and an intern working his first day at a suburban Chicago manufacturing warehouse, took a gun he wasn't supposed to have to a job he was about to lose.

Body found near Daniel K. Inouye Highway on Big Island

Trump tests presidential power, declares emergency at border

Headed to the Eminem concert? Here’s what you need to know

Kauai officials sue vacation home owners for rental fines