Samoa’s mass vaccination effort continues as hospitals are overrun with patients

30,000 runners to participate in this year’s Honolulu Marathon

After 19 years, arrest made in brutal rape and murder of Maui woman

On Dec. 7, 1941, a shipyard worker and his son jumped into action to save lives

Pedestrian seriously injured in crash near University of Hawaii

Rolovich: An ‘honor’ to represent Hawaii in Mountain West Championship

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Students collect donations for Samoa as it grapples with deadly measles outbreak

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  Surveillance video shows violent purse snatching at Moanalua Gardens

  Navy sailor who killed 2 at Pearl Harbor shipyard was unhappy with commanders

Another US Navy shipyard shows support for Hawaii following deadly shooting

On 78th anniversary, Pearl Harbor vet’s interment to be last on sunken Arizona

Forecast: Scattered showers moving through the state

A fast-moving disturbance aloft is bringing thick layered clouds and a period of widespread light to moderate rain into Friday before diminishing.

‘Sanctuary’ of military base shattered in wake of shooting

'These are supposed to be areas of sanctuary for us.'

  High hopes for an ‘Eddie’ this winter as opening ceremony held

There are high hopes the "Eddie" will be a go this winter on Oahu's North Shore.

Critics: Deaths of 21 cattle on barge bound for Kauai ‘cruel and inhumane’

“This is an inexcusable failure in the process on the dock."

Teen accused in deadly purse snatching in Kalihi is charged

After 25 years, island favorite Kakaako Kitchen plans to call it quits

‘Tell me a Story’ podcast catches up with Santa, a carver and a muralist

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  After hours of testimony, sweeping single-use plastics ban gets council approval

2 men found guilty in 2015 kidnapping, attempted murder case

’Senseless act’: Leaders react to deadly Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard shooting

"We are all shaken by this senseless act of violence. All of Hawaii hurts when our ohana gets hurt."

  Hawaii medical teams race to vaccinate in Samoa amid deadly measles outbreak

Over the next 48 hours, nearly 100 teams of vaccinators will be going door to door.

  Hawaii head football coach Nick Rolovich named Mountain West Coach of the Year

Voting for the Coach of the Year award and other end-of-season honors ended Sunday, a day after Hawaii beat Army in the regular season finale at Aloha Stadium.

Big Island police say no foul play in missing woman’s death

The female has "tentatively" been identified as 34-year-old Lucille Arboleda.

’Narwhal’ staying with rescue; role as therapy dog

The extra feature isn't causing any complications.

Pier 1 Imports announces closure of Hawaii locations

Retailer Pier 1 Imports Inc. has announced it is closing its seven stores across Hawaii.

Forecast: Increasing clouds and showers expected through Friday

High clouds will gradually thicken over the islands through early Thursday, while surface high pressure far north of the state maintains moderate trade winds with mainly windward showers.

  Local Connection: Violent Crimes on Oahu

Honolulu has long been considered – and still is – one of the safest big cities in America.

2020 U.S. Census to be accessible online, and your response is key

The more people are counted, the more funding the state will get.

Photos: Pearl Harbor Shipyard Shooting

One person is dead, three others were injured in an active shooter situation at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard.

Moped rider recovering after crash in McCully area

Police say the man wasn't wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

Ige: ‘White House has reached out to offer assistance’ in light of shooting

“I join in solidarity with the people of Hawai‘i as we express our heartbreak over this tragedy."

  Hawaii medical team arrives in Samoa to help with deadly measles outbreak

Lt. Gov. Josh Green is leading the team of doctors, nurses and support staff.

Securitas offers bonuses of up to $1,500 as it seeks to hire 200 security guards

The positions will staff shopping centers, hotels, airports and more, the company said.

  2 who drowned after being swept out to sea off Kaena Point are identified

The incident happened Sunday night.

  Profs make impeachment case; Democrats say they’re all in

Lawmakers accuse Trump of “openly and indiscriminately” defying the House’s constitutional authority to conduct the impeachment proceedings by instructing officials not to comply with subpoenas for documents and testimony.

Geologists: Halemaumau Crater lake could rise by another 150 feet or more

Currently, the lake is about 60 feet deep and rising by about 5 to 6 inches every day.

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  After 16 years, Navy veteran exonerated in child sex assault case

Tears of relief streamed down Roynes Dural’s face.

Juvenile suspect in Kalihi robbery that fatally injured woman charged as adult

The 17-year-old suspect was arrested in August and charged with manslaughter and second-degree robbery.

New tax district could help fund Maui erosion restoration

A new county financing tool could be used to raise funds for a project to restore part of the Maui coastline damaged by erosion.

Forecast: Front due over the state today with increasing clouds and showers

High pressure northwest of the state will maintain moderate trade winds and mainly windward showers through Thursday.

  Tiger shark bites stand-up paddleboard off Kihei, follows 2 to shore

No one was injured in the incident, but officials are urging people to stay out of the water in the area until further notice.

Hawaii crafter competes for $100K in NBC’s ‘Making It’

A Hawaii crafter is hoping to win it all in a fairly new competition on NBC.

Carissa Moore to be celebrated in Waikiki, and the public is invited

Calling all surfing fans! Moore will be honored in a homecoming celebration Wednesday.

  New suit claims lawmakers sought to punish UH by reducing number of regents

“The elimination of several of those positions in my opinion was totally retaliatory."

  State unveils teacher pay plan aimed at ending shortage of qualified educators

"We have a shortage now in our state and we must take bold action to realize Hawaii’s exceptional public education system."

Man killed after being struck by a van in Windward Oahu identified

The fatal crash happened around 8 p.m. Sunday in the Ahuimanu area.

  USS Arizona survivor gets hero’s welcome in return to Hawaii

One of the last remaining USS Arizona survivors received a hero's welcome in Honolulu on Tuesday.

MPD: Don’t fall for calls appearing to be from Maui Police

The Maui Police Department is warning of another scam going around.

Entrance fees going up at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Starting in the new year, it’ll cost you more if you want to visit the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park.

Oahu school now says young student didn’t have measles

The principal of Daniel K. Inouye Elementary in Schofield Barracks said the erroneous alert was sent out of an abundance of caution based on what the parents reported.

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  Business, nonprofit leaders unite to promote Giving Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Hawaii Community Foundation is partnering with several banks and business leaders to promote Giving Tuesday in Hawaii.

Shaka Santa has a bit of a mishap on his way to Honolulu Hale

After the mishap, Santa ― sans one foot ― was put in place in front of Honolulu Hale.

Authorities seeking 2 teens accused in robbery case in Wahiawa

According to HPD, one of the teens pushed a sharp object into the victim's back and the second suspect took his vaping device.

Man arrested for allegedly attempting to hit officer with stolen vehicle

The incident happened around 9:15 a.m.

Powerful typhoon leaves at least 4 dead in Philippines

Typhoon Kammuri barreled across the Philippines with fierce winds and rain Tuesday, leaving at least four people dead, forcing hundreds of thousands of villagers to abandon high-risk communities and prompting officials to shut Manila’s international airport.

Honolulu City Council expected to pass strict plastics ban

The Honolulu City Council is expected to pass the strictest ban in the state on single-use plastic products.

University of Hawaii-Manoa graduation rates continue climb

The on-time graduation rate for University of Hawaii at Manoa students has doubled in the last decade.

  In latest gun crime on Oahu, group playing mahjong robbed by armed suspect

The suspect allegedly fired her weapon before demanding the victims' purses and cell phones.

Forecast: Trade winds to hold into the weekend

Trade winds to hold into the weekend, more clouds and showers due Thursday

  Hawaii lawmaker says money alone won’t ease the overcrowding in Hawaii jails

Instead of spending more money, Hawaii lawmakers want to find ways to keep more people out of jail.

A Kapolei family hopes thieves will return a special Hawaiian pendant

“Forget the why or the who. All we want is our belongings back, no grudges ... We’re not that type of family.”

New health center by Queen’s to offer medical care in Kahala

An urgent care clinic is among the services that will be offered.

  Critics still not appeased by state’s proposed changes for Red Hill fuel tanks

“2045 is too long to allow these tanks to continue," one critic said.

Shaka Santa and Tutu Mele are comin’ to town!

Shaka Santa and Tutu Mele will be on the move Tuesday from Aiea to Honolulu Hale.

Sex assault charges against a former Filipino mega-church follower dropped

She claimed the accusations were an effort to discredit her witness testimony.

  A Damien athlete is set to cross the Honolulu Marathon off his Bucket List

"As much as I am dreading the marathon it's going to be a life-changing event that I will remember."

  Students join chorus of voices calling for higher teacher pay to tackle shortage

The new push as the governor plans to unveil a new proposal aimed at attracting more teachers to the islands.

  Time running out for those hoping to oust city prosecutor with special election

The December 31 deadline looms for those looking to replace Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Keith Kaneshiro by special election.

Lifeguards close beach in Poipu following shark sighting

The beach is closed until further notice.

Cause determined in a 2-alarm fire at a Windward Oahu townhome

Damage was estimated at $366,000 total.

Visits with Santa for deaf keiki, children with special needs happening this weekend

Two Oahu shopping malls want to ensure kids of all needs and abilities get their special magical moment with Santa.

  Local Connection: Waikiki Groin

Construction was finished last week on a 95-foot groin made basically of big sand bags.

Analysis: The average rent for a one-bedroom in Honolulu is down 10%

The 10% decline is the fourth largest in the nation.

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Suspect who robbed Maili 7-Eleven remains at large

Police say the man walked into the shop around 2 a.m. Friday.