Davidson County News - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

Recent Headlines

Metro employees concerned after council's 'no pay raise' vote Video included

Updated:

Thousands of Metro employees, including teachers, police officers and firefighters, will not get a cost-of-living pay raise this year following Metro Council's budget approval vote Tuesday night.

More>>

Top Stories

2 hepatitis A cases confirmed in homeless community, 26 total in Davidson Co. Video included

Updated:

The Metro Public Health Department confirmed five new cases of hepatitis A since last week, including two more cases among Davidson County Sheriff’s Office inmates.

More>>

For the first time, Barbershop Harmony Society welcomes women as official members Video included

Updated:

A big change for a very old organization is meant to get more people in harmony. 

More>>

Nashville airport to break ground on new concourse Video included

(Source: Nashville International Airport) (Source: Nashville International Airport)
Updated:

The Nashville International Airport will be breaking ground on a new concourse on Wednesday.

More>>

Crews put out RV fire at business near Opryland Video included

The fire damaged one RV at Camping World near Opryland. (WSMV) The fire damaged one RV at Camping World near Opryland. (WSMV)
Updated:

Crews responded to put out a small fire at a business near Opryland early Wednesday morning.

More>>

With tie-breaking vote, Metro Council approves budget Video included

Updated:

Vice Mayor Sheri Weiner cast the deciding 20-19 vote, which helped kill the budget proposal that would have increased property taxes in Davidson County by 16 percent.

More>>

Senior Ride Nashville celebrates 1,000th ride Video included

Updated:

It’s frustrating when you need to go somewhere but aren’t able to drive to get there.

More>>

Metro Council to discuss ordinances about Bird scooters Video included

(WSMV file photo) (WSMV file photo)
Updated:

Electric Bird scooters could be making a comeback to Nashville city streets sooner than you think.

More>>

Man stabbed during fight outside downtown Nashville restaurant

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

The victim and the suspect were drinking inside The Diner on 3rd Avenue South when they started arguing and agreed to go outside to fight around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.

More>>

Metro Council to consider budget proposals before vote Tuesday Video included

Updated:

Metro Council will consider the budget for the 2019 Fiscal Year that begins on July 1 at Tuesday's meeting.

More>>

Police identify suspect in May shooting inside hookah lounge

Updated:

Police have identified the suspect in a murder last month inside the Medusa hookah bar on Church Street, according to a news release.

More>>

Police show how to properly use surveillance cameras Video included

Updated:

Lots of people have surveillance cameras these days. The question is do they know how to use them?

More>>

Court date continued for Johnthony Walker in Nashville Video included

Johnthony Walker was arrested in Nashville on aggravated statutory rape charge. (Source: Chattanooga Police Department) Johnthony Walker was arrested in Nashville on aggravated statutory rape charge. (Source: Chattanooga Police Department)
Updated:

Johnthony Walker, 25, is charged with aggravated statutory rape. He was arrested Thursday night in Davidson County and was scheduled to appear in court in Nashville on Monday.

More>>

App helps potential home buyers navigate real estate market Video included

(WSMV file photo) (WSMV file photo)
Updated:

Schools, crime and price are the top three factors potential homebuyers look for when shopping for real estate.

More>>

Police: 3-year-old boy found safe with biological father Video included

A family member provided this photo of 3-year-old Dohn Jefferson, who was last seen Sunday night. (WSMV) A family member provided this photo of 3-year-old Dohn Jefferson, who was last seen Sunday night. (WSMV)
Updated:

Police say a 3-year-old boy who was reported missing in Antioch has been found safe.

More>>

Robbery victim injured after chasing gunman in car in south Nashville

Updated:

Police say it all started when a man was robbed at gunpoint at a Mapco on Bell Road. The victim decided to chase after the gunman, eventually heading onto Interstate 24.

More>>

Police: Man injured after being accidentally shot by friend

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

According to police, the victim was shot in the arm. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

More>>

Search ongoing for gunman involved in south Nashville shooting

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

According to police, the suspect got a shotgun out of a guitar case and shot the victim just before 11 p.m. Sunday.

More>>

All things Nashville celebrated on 615 Day Video included

Updated:

Today is a day to show your Nashville Pride. It’s 615 Day.

More>>

Metro Animal Control waiving adoption fees this weekend Video included

Updated: Jun 13, 2018 11:57 PM

Metro Animal Care and Control is celebrating Father’s Day by waiving all adoption fees.

More>>

Firefighting training changes as Nashville grows Video included

Updated:

To protect new neighborhoods firefighters are having to change the ways they train.

More>>

2 teens arrested in fatal shooting of 16-year-old in north Nashville

Updated:

A suspect has been arrested after allegedly shooting and killing a teen in north Nashville overnight.

More>>

Driver critically injured in East Nashville crash Video included

The wreck happened early Friday morning. (WSMV) The wreck happened early Friday morning. (WSMV)
Updated:

The wreck happened at the intersection of North 7th Street and Main Street.

More>>

Thief steals beer, liquor from Germantown Pub Video included

Updated:

The Germantown Pub is cleaning up after it has been broken into for the third time in three years.

More>>

Downtown favorite Paradise Park set to close Video included

Updated:

For years, its flashing lights have brought in those out late and hungry. Now, downtown favorite Paradise Park is soon to say goodbye. Proudly the indoor trailer resort of downtown, Paradise Park's outdoor sign keeps it simple: Eat. Drink. Rock.

More>>

Lumber tariffs, higher interest rates cause Nashville home prices to rise Video included

Updated:

Trying to find a home in Nashville is only getting tougher and more expensive.

More>>

Edgehill community fights to keep park Video included

Updated:

Public parks are meant for all to enjoy, but one Nashville community is fed up the city is trying to sell their green space.

More>>

Artwork to visit a bus stop near you Video included

Updated:

Riding the bus is the only public transportation option in Nashville for now with 200 buses that look exactly alike.

More>>

Case of man accused of killing mother of 6 sent to grand jury

Updated:

The case of a Nashville man accused of killing a mother of six in an East Nashville parking lot last month has been bound over to a grand jury, according to a news release.

More>>

Metro Police officer recovering from injuries after crash

Updated:

A Metro Police officer is being treated for a broken ankle and broken arm he received on Wednesday night after a teenage driver made an abrupt U-Turn to evade another police officer and crashed head-on into Lewis’ patrol car.

More>>

New cases of hepatitis A confirmed in Davidson County Video included

Updated:

The Metro Public Health Department confirmed five new cases of hepatitis A since last week, including two more cases among Davidson County Sheriff’s Office inmates.

More>>

Wife of Burger King Hero: He was already a hero to me Video included

Updated:

The wife of the man credited with putting his own life at risk to save others tells News4 that's just the kind of person his is.

More>>

Downtown hotels go for the unique in pulling in this generation of travelers Video included

Updated:

Free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast just aren't enough in a booming downtown boutique hotel market. Some spots have an effort underway to reach a new generation of travelers.  

More>>

Metro government creates app to improve interaction Video included

Updated:

There will be no more waiting on hold to report a problem in Nashville. The city is rolling out a new interactive app, giving you 24-7 access to Metro government.

More>>

Man charged with murder in December 2016 shooting

Updated:

A convicted murder has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with a drug-related shooting death in December 2016 in East Nashville, according to police.

More>>

Metro fair board pushes forward plan for Fairgrounds Video included

Updated:

The Nashville Fair Board says they're ready to move forward with the site plan that would make major changes to the Fairgrounds.

More>>

Police: Suspect killed, employee injured in attempted robbery at Burger King Video included

Updated:

A Burger King manager risked his life to help save others on Monday night.

More>>

Man accused of killing boss tried to buy gun before attack

Updated:

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said the man accused of killing his former boss with a hatchet tried to buy a gun just days before the attack.

More>>

Public Works to discuss city’s Zero Waste master plan

Updated:

Metro Public Works is holding public meetings to discuss Nashville’s Long-term Zero Waste master plan.

More>>

Woman charged in officer's death accepts plea deal Video included

Juli Glisson entered a guilty plea in court Tuesday morning. (WSMV) Juli Glisson entered a guilty plea in court Tuesday morning. (WSMV)
Updated:

According to police, Juli Glisson was drunk and suicidal when she drove her car into the Cumberland River last February.

More>>

Dog dies after being thrown from car in Nashville Video included

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

The incident happened at the intersection of Charlotte Avenue and Dr. DB Todd Jr. Boulevard around 1 a.m. Monday.

More>>

Woman accused of stabbing boyfriend during fight in south Nashville

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

The attack happened just after midnight Tuesday in the 100 block of Radnor Street.

More>>

Civilians training to be the eyes and ears for Metro police Video included

Updated:

They are civilians, men and women for all walks of life, but by the end of the summer, they will become an integral part of keeping Nashville safe.

More>>

Victim shot inside Antioch home during drive-by shooting

Updated:

A person lying in his bed at their Antioch home was shot on Monday afternoon in a drive-by shooting.

More>>

Second person arrested in connection with January 2017 murder

Updated:

A second person is now facing a murder charge in connection with a January 2017 murder in north Nashville.

More>>

Soar through the trees at Nashville Adventure Park Video included

Updated:

If zip lines and climbing in trees tickle your fancy, you’re in for a treat no matter how old you are.

More>>

Goodlettsville woman who lost 2 relatives to suicide stresses awareness Video included

Updated:

The deaths of fashion designer Kate Spade and chef Anthony Bourdain are part of a growing public health concern. On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported suicides are up in almost every state across the country.

More>>

Health officials: 2 cases of hepatitis A confirmed at Davidson Co. jail, 18 cases total in county

Updated:

The Metro Public Health Department confirmed on Friday that two cases of hepatitis A have been found in inmates being held by the Davidson County Sheriff's Office.

More>>

Man indicted for murder for parking lot shootout

Updated:

A man involved in an exchange of gunfire in the parking lot of a public housing development last summer has been indicted on a charge of first-degree murder.

More>>

Nashville residents fed up over growing trash problem Video included

Updated:

Some residents in East Nashville are fed up after they say people are dumping trash in their yards almost every day.  Boyd McLean said he's had to call police twice in the last six months because of illegal dumping in the alley behind his home, which is how he accesses his driveway. 

More>>

2 shot in shootout in south Nashville parking lot Video included

Updated:

Two brothers were shot in the Kroger parking lot on East Thompson Lane on Thursday afternoon.

More>>

Popular music store set to move after real estate deal Video included

Updated:

Nashville’s music scene is hot, but the city’s real estate market may be even hotter.

More>>

Police arrest alleged "drainers" for stealing thousands Video included

Updated:

Metro Police arrested seven men who they said managed to steal thousands of dollars out of other people's bank accounts.

More>>

DA to seek life without parole for accused Antioch church shooter

Updated:

The District Attorney’s Office announced Thursday that it will be seeking the enhanced penalty of life in prison without the possibility of parole for Emanuel Samson.

More>>

Early voting begins tomorrow for Metro Council special election

Updated:

Early voting for the special June 28 runoff election for Metro Council District 1 will be held Friday, June 8 through Saturday, June 23.

More>>

Pedestrian dies after being hit by car on West End Video included

The crash happened just after 11 p.m. Thursday. (WSMV) The crash happened just after 11 p.m. Thursday. (WSMV)
Updated:

William Wolfe, 62, was reportedly not inside of a crosswalk when he was hit between 17th and 18th avenues just after 11 p.m. Wednesday.

More>>

Police looking for suspect in shooting at public housing apartments

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

Police are investigating a shooting that happened at a public housing development early Thursday morning.

More>>

TDOT plans summer bridge repairs in downtown Nashville Video included

Updated:

The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced five weekend closures that will happen this summer to repair bridges along Interstate 40 in downtown Nashville.

More>>

TDOT may consider closing sections of I-440 for construction Video included

Updated:

It’s the most talked about construction project in Middle Tennessee, the rebuilding of Interstate 440. It was expected to take at least three years to complete, but now there’s a new proposal to speed things up.

More>>

14 candidates vie to be next Nashville mayor

Updated:

Fourteen candidates have been certified to run for Nashville Mayor in a special election to be held on Aug. 2.

More>>

'Concerning' app found on Metro police phones Video included

Updated:

News 4 has learned some in Metro government have an app designed to destroy records installed on their phones.

More>>

Property owner's appeals impact Metro budget Video included

Updated:

Metro officials are worried about numbers that show Metro is taking in less property tax money than expected. It’s bad news for the budget.

More>>

Metro official apologizes for spending $135K on stadium without permission Video included

Updated:

A Metro official apologized on Monday for spending $135,000 on the yet-to-be-approved MLS stadium project at the Nashville Fairgrounds.

More>>

Barry pleads guilty to criminal charge, resigns as mayor Video included

Megan Barry plead guilty on charge of theft of property more than $10,000. (Photo: Metro Nashville Police Department) Megan Barry plead guilty on charge of theft of property more than $10,000. (Photo: Metro Nashville Police Department)
Updated:

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry pleaded guilty to theft of property charges on Tuesday morning and will resign later this morning, according to the plea agreement.

More>>

Sheriff not invited to celebration of jail construction

Updated:

An invitation to a celebration about the jail’s construction has become the latest rift between Sheriff Daron Hall and Nashville Mayor Megan Barry.

More>>

Nashville mayor admits affair with security chief Video included

Updated:

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry has admitted that she had an affair with the former head of her security detail, according to a statement released by the Mayor's office on Wednesday.

More>>

TBI to investigate if Mayor Barry broke law during affair with bodyguard

Updated:

District Attorney General Glenn Funk has asked the TBI to investigate whether Nashville Mayor Megan Barry or others violated any criminal law, according to a statement from the D.A.’s office.

More>>

Mayor’s office under fire for proposal to close hospital Video included

Updated:

The Mayor’s Office is under fire and the gloves are coming off about a proposal to reduce patient care at a Nashville hospital with a tradition of serving the poor.

More>>

Metro Schools administrator accused of harassment resigns Video included

Updated:

A Metro Schools administrator placed on administrative leave last month while being investigated for harassing female employees has resigned effective Friday, according to the school system.

More>>

Two facing charges in armed home invasion after unrelated car crash

Updated:

Metro Police identified the suspects in a terrifying armed robbery in Madison after they were involved in an unrelated crash later that same day.

More>>

Woman carjacked by 4 men on Lipscomb University campus

Police released this photo of the suspects. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Police released this photo of the suspects. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
Updated:

According to police, one of the men tapped the driver's side window of the victim's car with a handgun and told her to get out of the car. The woman said she reached for her purse, which is when another teen said, "You're not taking that."

More>>

Adventure Science Center sells out of solar eclipse glasses

The Adventure Science Center put out this sign to let visitors know the glasses were sold out. (WSMV) The Adventure Science Center put out this sign to let visitors know the glasses were sold out. (WSMV)
Updated:

After days of long lines, the Adventure Science Center has sold out of glasses for the solar eclipse. Stay with News 4 for updates on this story.

More>>

Former Titan Oher's court hearing reset for October Video included

Updated:

A former Tennessee Titans player appeared in court today after a fateful Uber ride where he allegedly drunkenly assaulted the driver in a gas station parking lot. 

More>>

Old Hickory neighbors say drainage issues lead to flooded homes

Updated:

The rain came down hard and heavy on Sunday, with nearly 5 inches of rain falling in just a few hours. There are several residents who are still working to pump water out of their basements.

More>>

2-year-old Preds fan dies of cancer, community voices support Video included

Trip Phinney received a visit from Predators players Mike Fisher and Roman Josi. (Source: Team Trip / Facebook) Trip Phinney received a visit from Predators players Mike Fisher and Roman Josi. (Source: Team Trip / Facebook)
Updated:

Monday, Trip passed away following a battle with cancer that lasted most of his life. For both those who did and didn't know him, Trip left quite an impression. 

More>>

Community meeting gets heated over homeless village

Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV) Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV)
Updated:

Some residents in a Nashville neighborhood are not happy about a local church's plan. The "Tiny Village" of micro homes for the homeless will be behind Glencliff Church in south Nashville.

More>>

Glencliff community at odds over micro homes village for homeless

Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV) Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV)
Updated:

The quiet green parcel of land in front of the Glencliff United Methodist Church will soon be home to 22 tiny houses designed for Nashville's most vulnerable homeless population.

More>>

Police ID suspect in rape, abduction, robbery near Belmont

A woman was abducted from her apartment Monday morning. (WSMV) A woman was abducted from her apartment Monday morning. (WSMV)
Updated:

According to the Metro Nashville Police Department, the victim said she woke up and saw a man in her bedroom holding a razor blade around 4 a.m. Monday.

More>>

Nurse killed in stabbing at Wedgewood condo; police searching for suspect

Tiffany Ferguson's family shared this photo of her. Tiffany Ferguson's family shared this photo of her.
Updated:

Metro police are searching for the man who fatally stabbed a woman inside her Wedgewood condo on Tuesday morning.

More>>

Metro police officer dies while trying to save woman in Cumberland River

Officer Eric Mumaw was 44 years old. (Source: Metro Nashville Police Department) Officer Eric Mumaw was 44 years old. (Source: Metro Nashville Police Department)
Updated:

Metro Officer Eric Mumaw died Thursday morning while trying to save a woman who was threatening to drive her car into the Cumberland River.

More>>

Police officer shot in north Nashville; Suspected gunman found dead

The shooting happened at the Cumberland Inn on West Trinity Lane. (WSMV) The shooting happened at the Cumberland Inn on West Trinity Lane. (WSMV)
Updated:

A police officer was shot in the shoulder while responding to a call at the Cumberland Inn on Tuesday morning, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department.

More>>

Sergeant on leave after shooting armed man at Donelson restaurant

Jordan Agnew was shot during an armed confrontation with police. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Jordan Agnew was shot during an armed confrontation with police. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
Updated:

Police said the suspect, Jordan Martel Agnew, was a disgruntled former employee of Uncle Bud's on Old Lebanon Pike.

More>>

Police: Driver in Ellington Pkwy crash died from gunshot wound

Updated:

Metro police say the driver of a pickup truck who ran off of Ellington Parkway early Tuesday morning appears to have died from a gunshot wound.

More>>

Nashville marijuana decriminalization bill passes final reading

(WSMV file photo) (WSMV file photo)
Updated:

Metro Council has passed a bill that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana in Nashville.

More>>

Mayor, police chief asking for $1M for equipment to protect officers

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

Nashville city leaders have announced a plan to spend $1 million on equipment for police officers. The equipment, which includes ballistic plates and vests, is designed for officers who are going into tense environments.

More>>

Nashville to host dozens of free events for Marine Week

Updated:

More than 80 free events will be offered throughout Music City encompassing the theme of "Community, Country and Corps."

More>>

2 Metro police officers decommissioned over social media posts

Updated:

Two Metro police officers were decommissioned just days apart. It stems from their behavior on social media, specifically Facebook.

More>>

City working to improve Nashville's worst intersections

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated: Jun 01, 2016 06:34 PM

Mayor Megan Barry promised to improve traffic. The first evidence of that a plan to spend millions improving 15 intersections in Nashville.

More>>

Some neighbors push against higher density housing proposal

(WSMV) (WSMV)
Updated:

Neighborhoods around Nashville are seeing new homes pop up every day, sometimes creating tension between developers and neighbors.

More>>

State investigates legality of work around possible rock quarry site

Updated:

The signs against a possible rock quarry are everywhere around Old Hickory. The quarry's not a done deal, but crews are already at work on the land. The state's in the midst of an investigation into whether the company has the proper permits for what they're doing. More>>

Suspect accused of shooting at Metro officers released from hospital, booked into jail

Updated:

Matthew McKervey allegedly shot at police when they came to his apartment on Hawkins Street to serve a drug-related search warrant last week.. More>>

Growth tops voters' concerns in Nashville mayoral race

Updated:

With Nashville growing like never before, voters said growth and development are the top concerns in the upcoming mayoral race. More>>

How safe are Nashville's greenways?

Updated:

Nashville has gotten a lot of praise for its greenways, but are security concerns on the trails being kept secret. More>>

Police searching for 2 men after fatal shooting in Antioch

Updated: April 2, 2014 04:37 AM

The search is on for two men in connection to an attempted robbery turned fatal shooting in Antioch. More>>

Councilman crusades for harsher penalties for illegal dumping

Updated:

Dozens of used mattresses dumped along the side of Nashville roads have become an ugly and expensive eyesore. And Metro authorities are having a tough time getting the dumping to stop. More>>

Truck collides with horse on Old Hickory Boulevard

A Nashville family's truck was destroyed after colliding with a horse overnight. The family was driving down Old Hickory Boulevard when they say two horses ran across the road in front of them. More>>

Robber holds up Sonic on Murfreesboro Road

Police are searching for an armed robber who caused a big mess at a south Nashville Sonic overnight. More>>

Scheme busted that would get teens beer with secret password

A secret word may have been all that separated underage buyers and the alcohol they were after, and undercover video tells the story. More>>

Lawyer who stole from dementia patient sentenced

Updated:

Former attorney John E. Clemmons is sentenced to 8 years for stealing from a dementia patient who was his ward. More>>

Restaurateur pledges help for couple who escaped flood

Updated:

After reading about a couple who lost everything in Thursday's flood, a stranger who knows the personal anguish a flood can cause reached out with an act of kindness that is inspiring the community. More>>

9-year-old Nashville girl killed in Chattanooga crash

Updated:

A 9-year-old girl died and four other family members were injured in a crash early today on I-24 in Chattanooga. More>>

Nashville Children's Theater seeks donations after big budget gap

Updated:

The Nashville Children's Theater - the oldest such professional theater company in the country - is some $70,000 in the red this year. More>>

Startup business owners pitch ideas at conference

Updated:

At the first ever Southland Conference at the Cannery Ballroom, startup business owners had to make a grand impression to potential investors. More>>

Man killed on I-40 in Nashville

Updated:

A man died after being hit by at least two vehicles Saturday night on Interstate 40 near downtown Nashville. More>>

Update

Pipeline project resumes after Radnor Lake spill

Updated:

Piedmont Gas crews have resumed construction on the controversial pipeline project at Radnor Lake State Park after a messy problem last week. More>>

2 face charges for harboring 17-year-old murder suspect

Nicholas Antonio Goodner & Quantrese Leyta Upkins Nicholas Antonio Goodner & Quantrese Leyta Upkins

A woman was arrested Friday and another person is being sought after the arrest of a 17-year-old boy accused of killing a Pearl-Cohn student. More>>

Cousin accused of harboring teen murder suspect says he's innocent

A man accused of harboring a teenage murder suspect surrendered to authorities but said he is innocent. More>>

  • Hawaii News Now headlinesNewsMore>>

  • Airlines ask US not to put migrant children on flights

    Airlines ask US not to put migrant children on flights

    Wednesday, June 20 2018 1:21 PM EDT2018-06-20 17:21:43 GMT
    Thursday, June 21 2018 2:22 AM EDT2018-06-21 06:22:23 GMT
    United and American Airlines asked the federal government not to use their companies to transport migrant children who were separated from their parents. (Source: Facebook)United and American Airlines asked the federal government not to use their companies to transport migrant children who were separated from their parents. (Source: Facebook)

    American Airlines says it has asked the US not to use its flights to transport migrant children who have been separated from their parents.

    More >>

    American Airlines says it has asked the US not to use its flights to transport migrant children who have been separated from their parents.

    More >>
  • Commission approves $15K fine against Kaniela Ing for campaign spending violations

    Commission approves $15K fine against Kaniela Ing for campaign spending violations

    Thursday, June 21 2018 1:38 AM EDT2018-06-21 05:38:23 GMT
    The state Campaign Spending Commission voted on Wednesday to approve a $15,422 fine against Congressional candidate and state Rep. Kaniela Ing. (Image: Hawaii News Now/File)The state Campaign Spending Commission voted on Wednesday to approve a $15,422 fine against Congressional candidate and state Rep. Kaniela Ing. (Image: Hawaii News Now/File)
    The state Campaign Spending Commission voted on Wednesday to approve a $15,422 fine against Congressional candidate and state Rep. Kaniela Ing. (Image: Hawaii News Now/File)The state Campaign Spending Commission voted on Wednesday to approve a $15,422 fine against Congressional candidate and state Rep. Kaniela Ing. (Image: Hawaii News Now/File)

    The state Campaign Spending Commission voted on Wednesday to approve a $15,422 fine against Congressional candidate and state Rep. Kaniela Ing.

    More >>

    The state Campaign Spending Commission voted on Wednesday to approve a $15,422 fine against Congressional candidate and state Rep. Kaniela Ing.

    More >>
  • Smoking hits new low; about 14 percent of US adults light up

    Smoking hits new low; about 14 percent of US adults light up

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 1:10 AM EDT2018-06-19 05:10:52 GMT
    Thursday, June 21 2018 1:05 AM EDT2018-06-21 05:05:48 GMT
    (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File). FILE - In this June 22, 2012, file photo, a smoker snuffs out a cigarette at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. The rate of smoking among adults in the U.S. fell to about 14 percent in 2017, according to new data relea...(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File). FILE - In this June 22, 2012, file photo, a smoker snuffs out a cigarette at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. The rate of smoking among adults in the U.S. fell to about 14 percent in 2017, according to new data relea...
    Smoking by US adults hits another all-time low; about 14 percent smoke cigarettes.More >>
    Smoking by US adults hits another all-time low; about 14 percent smoke cigarettes.More >>
Powered by Frankly