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Facebook bug gave third parties access to photos for 6.8 million accounts

A glitch caused third parties to be able to access more photos than they should’ve between Sept. 13 to Sept. 25, but the company has fixed the issue.


Fire scorches cafeteria at Lanakila Elementary

City celebrates opening of new Waipio EMS station

Fishermen caught trying to smuggle shark fins from Hawaii plead guilty

Texas judge dismantles Obamacare, ruling individual mandate unconstitutional

Sign-up deadline is Saturday for ACA health law coverage

Saturday is the deadline for ACA coverage in most of the country.

With holidays in full swing, police warn residents about ‘porch pirate’ dangers

The holidays mean goodwill, joy ... and lots of theft.
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Watch: Pair of horses pull tractor trailer up icy hill

The two work horses surprised everyone - especially the truck driver.

  'Amazing’: This Hawaii doctor has delivered 10,000 babies (and counting)

Pilot recovering from fighter jet crash says he knew something was wrong just after takeoff

City restores light to 2 CORP softball fields, reopens facilities for nighttime play

Forecast: Enjoy breezy trades, sunny skies this weekend

Honolulu Zoo blesses newly renovated Keiki Barn

High bacteria levels force closure of Hanauma Bay

Japanese airline unveils honu-themed airbus bound for Honolulu in 2019

Crosswalk that creates a traffic nightmare in Salt Lake also has its supporters

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Trump picks Mick Mulvaney as acting chief of staff

Mulvaney is currently the director of the Office of Management and Budget.


  Bellator 212 wasn’t about the fighters; it was about the troops

Bellator 212 was a night to celebrate for a few reasons.

  Bellator 213 weigh-in results

The fights are set for Saturday night’s Bellator 213 prelim and main card at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center in Honolulu.


Grab your kites, the wind will stay strong through Saturday

After 20-year break, monster trucks return to take over Aloha Stadium

17 people escape Hilo residential-complex blaze unscathed

Big Island dairy that spilled millions of gallons of raw sewage faces big fines

  Big Island dairy that spilled millions of gallons of raw sewage faces big fines

“There was a tremendous amount of pollution."
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Johnson & Johnson knew its baby powder was often tainted with asbestos for years, report says

A Reuters investigation found that for decades, Johnson & Johnson sought to hide the fact that in many cases cancer-causing asbestos contaminated the talc that was used to produce its talcum powder products.

Stocks plunge to 8-month lows on growth fears; J&J nosedives

Second-in-command at city Prosecutor’s Office steps aside amid widening federal probe

A little less windy, fewer showers heading into the weekend

Wind advisory extended for Lanai, Maui, Big Island