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NFL islanders

Here’s how Hawaii’s NFL players did over the weekend. Read More

Hawaii soccer loses at UC Santa Barbara

A late slip by the Hawaii soccer team allowed UC Santa Barbara to emerge with a 1-0 victory in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Sunday afternoon. Read More

No tsunami threat to Hawaii following two Canadian earthquakes

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii following two earthquakes tonight near Vancouver Island, Canada. Read More

Pedestrian, 73, dies after being struck in crosswalk

Honolulu police closed all lanes of Liliha Street this morning at North Kuakini Street after a 73-year-old pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle. Read More

Get Involved

Meetings, ongoing events and neighborhood boards. Read More

Town hall meeting called in wake of recent crimes in Kalihi

Police were looking for three young men who robbed a Kalihi store Friday night, the latest in a series of violent crimes in the area that has prompted leaders to call a community meeting. Read More

Kalani boys, Kalaheo girls claim titles in OIA cross country championships

The Kalani boys repeated as team champions, while the Kalaheo girls won their first team title since 1993 at Saturday’s OIA cross country championships at Central Oahu Regional Park. Read More

CBS orders full season of ‘Magnum P.I.’

The newly rebooted “Magnum P.I.” — filmed in Hawaii — will have a full season to prove its worth to CBS. Read More

Prep Football Scores: Oct. 20

Tonight’s prep football scores. Visit hawaiiprepworld.com for more. Read More

Pilots job fair, future aviators forum set in Waikiki

The Future & Active Pilot Advisors consulting company will be holding a pilot job fair and future pilot forum on Nov. 10 at the Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach. Read More

Man charged in head-on collision with cyclist on Tantalus Drive

Nearly 10 months after the collision that left a top amateur triathlete critically injured, police arrested the 21-year-old man they say was responsible for the incident. Read More

List your event in our holiday guides

The holidays are so stuffed full of events and activities that Currents will run separate craft fair and event guides this year to help readers make the most of the season. Read More

Snow dusts Big Isle summits as threat of heavy rain and thunderstorms prompts flash flood watch

A light dusting of snow appeared on the summits of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on Friday morning as a result of thunderstorms, while a flash flood watch remains in effect for Hawaii island through Saturday afternoon. Read More

Hilo man dies in accident while cutting down tree

According to witnesses, the victim was cutting the tree before it struck him. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Read More

Justices expected to quickly rule on ballot question

The Hawaii Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday on whether to invalidate a question on the November general election ballot asking voters to give the state the power to tax investment property to support public education. Read More

Early walk-in voting begins Tuesday

Beginning Tuesday, registered voters can visit any early walk-in voting location within their county to cast ballots in the general election. Read More

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