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Video shows slain man shot during robbery

A state prosecutor played a video showing slain Jacob Feliciano as he was hit in the chest by a single gunshot while walking toward a scuffle between a robber and an Ala Moana game room cashier. Read more

COURTESY HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY 
                                The Hawaiian Humane Society is issuing a correction to the earlier news release sent out. Tulip was abused by the owner’s boyfriend, Stephen Boos, and sentenced on Friday, June 22, 2018 to 30 days in jail for animal cruelty.
Judge gives dog abuser 1 year in prison

Steven Boos, the convicted animal abuser who fled the state before serving his 30-day prison sentence for repeatedly injuring and nearly killing a small silky terrier, told a judge that he simply played too rough with the 7-1/2-pound dog and didn’t mean to harm the pet. Read more

COURTESY HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY / 2018
                                Tulip, a 7-1/2-pound female silky terrier, was repeatedly abused and nearly killed by Steven Boos. She has since been adopted by another family but needs lifelong special care.
Extradited animal abuser could get a year in prison

A convicted animal abuser who fled the state before serving his 30-day prison sentence for repeatedly injuring and nearly killing a 7-1/2-pound silky terrier was extradited back to Hawaii and faces a possible year in prison. Read more

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Queen’s Medical Center volunteer nurse Lauline Keller administered the measles vaccine today to Ese Toma, 14.
Samoans grateful for Hawaii medical team

An emergency medical team from Hawaii, along with Samoan volunteers and aid workers from other countries, immunized more than 20,000 residents on the first day of a mandatory vaccination campaign. Read more

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