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Gaza rocket strikes home in central Israel, 7 wounded

An early morning rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck a house in central Israel on Monday, wounding seven people and prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short a trip to Washington. The developments set the stage for a potential major conflagration, shortly before Israel’s upcoming elections. Read More

Banning of manifesto raises free speech debate in New Zealand

New Zealanders are debating the limits of free speech after their chief censor banned the 74-page manifesto written and released by the man accused of slaughtering 50 people at two mosques in the city of Christchurch. Read More

American Airlines extends 737 Max-related cancellations

American Airlines is extending cancellations of flights through April 24 due to the grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft, as federal regulators continue to investigate two deadly crashes involving the plane model. Read More
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Prince Charles, Camilla launch first royal visit to Cuba

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla began the first official trip to Cuba by the British royal family in a pomp-filled display of disagreement with the Trump administration’s strategy of economically isolating the communist island. Read More

Hawaii baseball routs Ohio State, ends 6-game losing streak

Logan Pouelsen allowed one earned run in seven innings and Hawaii amassed 19 hits in a 15-3 rout of Ohio State today at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Read More
 
 

Former Baldwin football player Abraham Reinhardt dies unexpectedly

Abraham Reinhardt, a 2013 Baldwin High graduate and redshirt-senior football player at Dixie State, died unexpectedly on Friday evening at a hospital in St. George, Utah. Read More

Woman suffers major burns, loses home in Maui fire

A 47-year-old woman was in critical condition from burns after a fire destroyed her home in Kahoma Valley near Lahaina today. Read More

1-year-old girl, 2 women injured in Nimitz crash

Two women in their 20s were in serious condition and a 1-year-old girl was in stable condition after they were involved in a multi-vehicle collision on Saturday. Read More

Thousands attend New Zealand vigil to honor 50 mosque dead

Thousands of people gathered in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Sunday to listen to prayers, songs and speeches at a vigil to remember the 50 people killed in a terrorist attack on two mosques. Read More

Ethiopian Airlines chief questions Max training requirements

The warning and training requirements set for the now-grounded 737 Max 8 aircraft may not have been adequate, in light of the Ethiopian plane crash that killed 157 people, the chief of Ethiopian Airlines said today. Read More

Democrats press for full release of Mueller’s report

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has closed his long and contentious Russia investigation with no new charges, ending the probe that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump’s presidency. Read More

No. 2 Hawaii men’s volleyball sweeps No. 8 BYU

Senior hitter Stijn van Tilburg put down 13 kills and junior middle Patrick Gasman added 10 kills without an error to lead No. 2 Hawaii to a 25-20, 25-17, 25-14 sweep of No. 8 Brigham Young tonight in Provo, Utah. Read More
 

Ohio State edges University of Hawaii again in baseball

Seth Lonsway struck out nine and allowed one earned in run in six innings and Ohio State pieced together two big offensive innings for a 7-5 baseball victory over Hawaii today at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Read More

Americans react to end of Mueller probe with relief, skepticism

With the long-awaited special counsel’s investigation finished but its contents still shrouded in mystery, Americans waited for details, yawned with boredom or stayed fixed to their long-cemented positions on President Donald Trump, the man at the probe’s center. Read More

Columbine families gather to tell stories nearly 20 years on

Families of the Columbine High School shooting victims gathered at the school today to tell their stories nearly 20 years after the tragedy, and they spoke of forgiveness, inclusion and healing, and the balm that sometimes only silence can bring. Read More

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