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VIDEO: Hawaii Supreme Court hears arguments on proposed constitutional amendment

Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald says the Suprme Court will take the matter under advisement after listening for more than an hour to arguments from attorneys for both Hawaii’s four counties and state Attorney General Russell Suzuki. Read More

University of Hawaii at Manoa to raise parking rates starting next year

The student parking rate will rise from $35.50 a month now to $41.50 next fall and eventually reach $58.50 in the 2025 fiscal year. Read More
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Bible college student, 21, faces sex assault, porn charges involving teen girl

Shawn O’Regan was indicted with two counts of first-degree sexual assault involving a person between 14 and 16 years old, four counts of third-degree sexual assault, and two counts of promoting pornography for minors. Read More

Priest asks for prayers for 2 killed in Kaimuki fire

The priest at the Cathedral of St. Andrew’s sent a message to parishoners that the toddler who perished in Wednesday’s fatal fire in Kaimuki was baptized at the church in March. Read More

Boy pleads not guilty in fatal stabbing of Marine in Waikiki

A 17-year-old boy appeared in Circuit Court this morning on a murder charge involving the 2017 stabbing death of a Marine in Waikiki. Read More

Oahu homebuilders rally for faster city permits

The Building Industry Association of Hawaii contends that it takes the city Department of Planning and Permitting nine to 12 months to issue a standard residential building permit — a “crisis” situation for homeowners and industry workers. Read More

Hawaii’s Kamalei Correa has a tip for London-bound Titans

Linebacker Kamalei Correa had one crucial tip for how the Tennessee Titans can best handle the franchise’s first trip to London for a regular-season game — sleep on the plane. As much as possible. Read More

Ex-FBI agent gets 4 years in prison for leaking documents

A former FBI agent in Minnesota who admitted leaking classified internal documents to a reporter was sentenced today to four years in prison. Read More

Trump threatens to send troops to border to stop migrant caravan

President Donald Trump threatened today to scrap a crucial trade deal and send soldiers to close the U.S. southern border in response to a large caravan of Central American immigrants now heading toward the United States. Read More

Trump says it appears Khashoggi is dead; he threatens consequences

President Donald Trump did not say today what he based his conclusion on. But he says the consequences for the Saudis “will have to be very severe” if they are found to have killed him. Read More

Crashes on H-3, Likelike slow morning traffic

Crashes this morning have slowed traffic on two of the main arteries for Windward Oahu commuters into town. Read More

After UPS contract vote, Teamsters drivers feel betrayed

Tens of thousands of Teamsters members earlier this month rejected a five-year contract agreement with United Parcel Service, unhappy with a proposal to create a new class of drivers with lower pay Read More

Taliban attack kills top Afghan officials; U.S. general unhurt

Taliban spokesman Qari Yousuf Ahmadi said the militant group carried out the attack, and Gen. Scott Miller was the target. Read More

What’s next for Paul Allen’s big investments?

Prior to his death on Monday, billionaire Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen invested large sums in technology ventures, research projects and philanthropy. What happens to those commitments now? Read More

Why white supremacists are chugging milk (and why geneticists are alarmed)

Nowhere on the agenda of the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, being held in San Diego this week, is a topic plaguing many of its members: the recurring appropriation of the field’s research in the name of white supremacy. Read More

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