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Saudi officials, others heard tapes of writer death, Turkey’s president says

Officials from Saudi Arabia, the United States, Germany, France and Britain have listened to audio recordings related to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey’s president said today, in the first public acknowledgement of the existence of tapes of the slaying. Read More

With Tua Tagovailoa battling gimpy knee, No. 1 Alabama turns to defense in win

Josh Jacobs ran for a touchdown and caught a scoring pass and No. 1 Alabama had its second straight shutout in a 24-0 victory over No. 18 Mississippi State today. Read More
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Kona, Kohala under wind advisory

A wind advisory has been issued for the western part of the Big Island stretching from Kona to Kohala. Read More

Southern California fire burns mobile homes, Malibu mansions

Two people were found dead as a pair of wildfires stretched from inland canyons to the Pacific in Southern California today, leaving people sifting through the remains of both mansions and modest homes for anything they had left. Read More

After testy tweet, Trump calls French president good friend

President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron worked to project unity today after Trump lashed out at Macron, saying he insulted the U.S. when he pushed the idea of Europe having its own defense force. Read More

Recounts ordered in Florida Senate, governor races

The Florida secretary of state ordered recounts in the U.S. Senate and governor races, an unprecedented review of two major races in the state that took five weeks to decide the 2000 presidential election. Read More

Boy, 12, critical after being struck on Vineyard Boulevard

Honolulu police closed all westbound lanes of Vineyard Boulevard between Liliha Street and Pua Lane this morning as they investigated a traffic collision involving a pedestrian. Read More

Power outage affects 2,400 customers in Kalihi

Approximately 2,400 customers are without power this morning in Kalihi. Hawaiian Electric Co. expects power to be restored by 9:30 a.m. Read More

Flooding closes Hanalei Bridge on Kauai; 1 lane now open

One lane of Kuhio Highway is open at the Hanalei Bridge this morning after being closed earlier due to flooding. Read More

Deadly fire leveled Paradise, California, in less than a day

No one is left in Paradise. Abandoned, charred vehicles clutter the main thoroughfare, evidence of the panicked evacuation a day earlier as a wildfire tore through the Northern California community. Read More

Hawaiian Airlines issuing waivers due to California wildfires

Hawaiian Airlines is waiving reservation change fees to assist passengers holding tickets for travel to, from and via Los Angeles International Airport and Long Beach Airport through Monday due to the California wildfires. Read More

Americans urged to ring bells Sunday to mark 100th anniversary of conclusion of World War I

On Sunday at 11 a.m. all the ships pierside in Pearl Harbor will ring their ship bells as part of a nationwide initiative to commemorate Veterans Day and the 100th anniversary of the conclusion of World War I, the Navy said. Read More

Hawaii basketball team tops Portland in season opener

Five Hawaii players scored in double figures as the Rainbow Warriors basketball team opened the 2018-19 season with an 82-64 win over Portland tonight at the Stan Sheriff Center. Read More

Utah latest state to legalize medical pot, expand Medicaid

Voters in conservative Utah have decided to join the growing number of states legalizing medical marijuana and expanding Medicaid to cover tens of thousands more low-income residents, two issues that had long stalled out with conservative state lawmakers. Read More

Hawaii schools to hold public hearings on bullying, discipline

A series of public hearings over the next month will give community members a chance to share their thoughts on proposed changes to rules against bullying and harassment at Hawaii public schools. Read More

California city reeling from mass shooting besieged by fire

A city reeling from the tragedy of a mass shooting was under a siege of a different sort Friday as raging wildfires on both sides of the city forced evacuations and shut down part of the main freeway to town. Read More

Celebrities flee fast-moving Southern California wildfire

A fast-moving wildfire in Southern California has scorched a historic movie site recently used by the HBO series “Westworld” and forced numerous celebrities to join the thousands fleeing flames that have claimed homes and prompted the total evacuation of the celebrity enclave Malibu. Read More

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