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Hurricane Hector enters central Pacific

Hurricane Hector was expected to cross into the central Pacific basin Sunday night and continue moving west near 14 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. Read More

Hawaii among 19 states opposing online plans for 3D-printed guns

More states are suing the Trump administration to dissolve a settlement it reached with a company that wants to post instructions online for making 3D-printed firearms that are hard to trace and detect. Read More

Charges dropped in former isle man’s death

Charges including involuntary manslaughter were dropped Thursday against a former Las Vegas police officer accused of using an unapproved chokehold in the death of an unarmed man following a chase out of a casino last year. Read More

Services scheduled for slain Big Island officer

Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday for Hawaii County police officer Bronson Kaimana Wei Mun Kaliloa, who was shot and killed last month during a traffic stop. Read More
 

Weekend rule does apply to tax appeals

If the deadline to file an appeal to Honolulu property tax assessment falls on the weekend or a holiday, the appeals may be filed on the next business day, the Hawaii Supreme Court said in an opinion handed down Friday. Read More

Message sign installation will close portion of Moanalua Freeway

The westbound H-201 Moanalua Freeway at the Puuloa Road overpass will be closed during overnight hours starting Tuesday for installation of a new electronic message sign. Read More
 

Waianae DMV adds Saturday hours

Starting this week, the Waianae Driver Licensing Center will be open 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays. Read More

Attempted murder defendant pleads guilty to assault

A man who plowed his car into a group of teenagers at a house party in Ewa Beach in 2016 pleaded guilty Wednesday to first-degree assault and attempted assault in a plea deal with the state. Read More

Video of mother, baby seal available

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Tuesday released a “pupdate,” or video update of Hawaiian monk seal Rocky and her new pup on Kauai. Read More

Motor Vehicle Safety Office to relocate to Waimalu

The state Department of Transportation’s Motor Vehicle Safety Office will be closed July 30 and reopen 7:45 a.m. the next day at its new location, 98-339 Ponohana Place in Aiea. Read More

Waikiki sidewalk improvements commence Monday

Waikiki traffic is going to get a little worse starting Monday as the city kicks off another phase of its sidewalk improvement project. Read More

Construction starting on Ala Wai Golf Course road

Golfers might encounter some hazards while heading to the Ala Wai Golf Course starting Monday, when work on the access road is expected to tee off. Read More

Malnourished seal pup rescued

A malnourished Hawaiian monk seal pup from Molokai is being cared for at Ke Kai Ola, a hospital for the endangered seals in Kona, according to The Marine Mammal Center, which runs the facility. Read More

Goodfellow Bros. crew catches 1,073-pound marlin off of Kauai

A Goodfellow Bros. Inc. crew reeled in a record-breaking marlin from Kauai waters on Saturday during a trip to do some team building. Read More

Schofield added to CVS’ transition program

CVS Health said Tuesday it is expanding the company’s participation in the Department of Defense SkillBridge Initiative to new locations in Schofield Barracks and Hampton Roads in Virginia. Read More

HECO outages for repairs begin

Hawaiian Electric Co. began overnight outages Monday night as crews began conducting underground cabling work in Iwilei, Kakaako and Ala Moana. Read More

New signs installed at parks and bus stops

New signs were installed Friday to reinforce the message that storage of personal property at parks, bus stops and other public areas is illegal. Read More

Broadcasters now required to report false alerts

The Federal Communications Commission is adopting a new rule to boost the reliability of emergency alerts after Hawaii mistakenly sent warnings to cellphones and broadcasters that a ballistic missile was heading for the state in January. Read More

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