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Bill Cosby’s wife wants ethics board to investigate judge

Days before a court hearing that could send her famous husband to prison, Bill Cosby’s wife intensified her attacks on a judge she has called “arrogant,” ”corrupt” and “unethical,” and said the family had filed an ethics complaint and hired a former FBI agent to investigate him Read More

FEMA postpones nationwide test of wireless ‘Presidential Alert’ system

The message will be identified as a “Presidential Alert” and according to FEMA it will contain the text: “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.” Read More
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South Carolina gov spots men on flooded road, summons rescue

As South Carolina continues its wait to see how the rains of Florence will impact the state’s low-lying communities, Gov. Henry McMaster’s flight over soggy parts of the state Monday turned from an observation trip to a rescue mission when he spotted two people stranded atop a flooded vehicle. Read More

Marcus Mariota’s status unclear as Titans get first win of 2018

A game ball for his first victory as an NFL coach is on Mike Vrabel’s desk, and the Tennessee Titans got their first “Victory Monday” off of the season. The celebration is a bit short-lived while some key starters are rehabbing injuries. Read More

Trump declassifies documents related to Russia probe

President Donald Trump on today declassified a trove of documents related to the early days of the FBI’s Russia investigation, including portions of a secret surveillance warrant and former FBI Director James Comey’s text messages. Read More

Kim, Moon start possibly most challenging Korean summit yet

South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrived in North Korea on Tuesday for his third and possibly most challenging summit yet with leader Kim Jong Un in which he hopes to break an impasse in talks with the United States over the North’s denuclearization and breathe energy into his own efforts to expand and improve relations between the Koreas. Read More

Hawaii island police identify motorcyclist killed in Ocean View crash

A 2007 Toyota pickup truck operated by a 62-year-old Holualoa man attempted to make a left turn into a private road from the southbound shoulder of Highway 11 when he was broadsided by a blue 2009 Honda motorcycle. Read More

Mangkhut weakens to tropical storm after plowing into China

Mangkhut weakened from a typhoon to a tropical storm as it moved deeper into southern China on Monday, leaving death and destruction from Hong Kong to the Philippines. Read More

Florence flooding puts dams, some in poor condition, to the test

Devastating flooding in North Carolina in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence has raised concerns about whether dams across the state, some of them already in poor condition, will be able to hold up under the strain. Read More

Trump-tape-hunting Tom Arnold and ‘Apprentice’ producer scuffle

Comedian Tom Arnold has filed a police report over an incident involving the producer of the “The Apprentice” at a weekend pre-Emmy Awards party, police said. Read More

Oldest nuclear plant in U.S. closes after nearly 50 years

A nuclear power plant long considered to be the oldest in America has shut down, the victim of its age and inability to compete with newer, cheaper gas-fired power plants. Read More

Leaked documents show bid by WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange to obtain Russian visa

According to a cache of internal WikiLeaks files obtained by the Associated Press, Assange sought a Russian visa and staffers at his radical transparency group discussed having him skip bail and escape Britain as authorities closed in on him in late 2010. Read More

VIDEO: ‘Hawaii Five-0’ cast and crew celebrate 200 episodes

The cast and crew of “Hawaii Five-0” took a break from filming Friday to celebrate the CBS series’ 200th episode. Read More

Argentina’s former president charged, arrest sought

A federal judge has indicted former President Cristina Fernandez and asked for her arrest for allegedly heading a corruption scheme that collected bribes from business leaders in exchange for public work contracts. Read More

Work furlough inmate fails to return to Laumaka

The Hawaii Department of Safety is asking for the public’s help in locating a 38-year-old work furlough inmate who failed to return to the Laumaka Work Furlough Center this morning. Read More

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