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Tulsi Gabbard releases video apology for past hurtful LGBTQ statements

Gabbard campaigned against same-sex marriage with the group Alliance for Traditional Marriage and Values when she was a state representative in her 20s. Read More

Police arrest 5 after group attempts to storm into Office of Hawaiian Affairs building

Honolulu police arrested five men and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs headquarters were on lockdown after a sovereignty group stormed the Nimitz Highway building and tried to establish some kind of blockade. Read More

Prolific Utah high school quarterback headed to University of Hawaii

A prolific quarterback from Utah told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser he is joining the University of Hawaii football team. Read More
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Oahu’s online vehicle registration renewals increase by 11%

Expired registrations cannot be renewed online. Read More

Arizona officer kills teen boy carrying airsoft gun

Police said that the teen had a replica 1911 airsoft gun in his possession, which they determined he had stolen from a vehicle along with some other items. Read More

Surfer in critical condition after rescue at Pipeline

A surfer was taken to a hospital after he was found unresponsive in waters at Ehukai Beach Park on Oahu’s North Shore. Read More

Honolulu rail CEO Andrew Robbins gets $10,000 bonus but no raise after evaluation

The public announcement of the results of Robbins’ evaluation was made at the same meeting that the board unanimously approved a $160 million settlement of a claim filed by contractor Ansaldo Honolulu JV. Read More

Microsoft pledges $500M to tackle Seattle housing crisis

As the tech industry Microsoft brought to the region has boomed with the expansion of Amazon and other companies, the cost of housing has soared. Read More

Trump weighs dramatic tightening of U.S. embargo on Cuba

The Trump administration is weighing what could become the most serious tightening of the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba in more than two decades. Read More

TSA absentee rate still high, but down from Sunday’s peak

TSA officials say the rate of airport screeners missing work during the partial government shutdown has stabilized — but still at unusually high numbers — just before a three-day holiday weekend that is likely to bring bigger airport crowds. Read More

3 Chicago officers acquitted of cover-up of fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald

Cook County Judge Domenica Stephenson acquitted former Officer Joseph Walsh, former Detective David March and Officer Thomas Gaffney on charges of conspiracy, official misconduct and obstruction of justice. Read More

Trump fires back at Pelosi, denies aircraft for trip abroad

The nation’s two most powerful leaders appeared to be engaged in a game of Constitutional one-upmanship, as negotiations to end a 4-week stalemate failed to produce results. Read More

Ex-NFL player catches, beats man outside his daughter’s window

Police say former NFL cornerback Tony Beckham beat a man after catching him outside his 14-year-old daughter’s window earlier this week. Read More

Michael Cohen says he rigged online polls for Trump in 2014 and 2015

Michael Cohen tweeted that “what I did was at the direction of and for the sole benefit of” Trump. Read More

Trump says U.S. will develop space-based missile defense

The new review is the first since 2010, and it concludes that to adequately protect America, the Pentagon must expand defense technologies in space and use those systems to more quickly detect, track and ultimately defeat incoming missiles. Read More

Man, 53, with 14 felony convictions arrested in Kaneohe assault

Police arrested a 53-year-old man after he allegedly assaulted a 34-year-old man with a metal flashlight in Kaneohe. Read More

Number of federal workers seeking U.S. jobless aid doubles

Federal employees who aren’t working during the partial government shutdown are eligible to claim unemployment aid, while those working without pay are not, the Labor Department has said. Read More

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