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Two verified GoFundMe campaigns pop up for fallen Honolulu police officers

Within a day after two Honolulu police officers were shot and killed while responding to a call for help in Diamond Head, a GoFundMe campaign emerged, seeking funds to help Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama. The link circulated on Facebook,… Continue Reading →

[LIVESTREAM] State of the State: Ige calls for a moment of silence for slain HPD officers

Gov. David Ige began his annual State of the State address this morning with a moment of silence for slain Honolulu Police Officers Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama, describing them both as heroes. “Our first responders — whether they are… Continue Reading →

Weirdest EBay Items (GAME)

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Total of HPD officers killed on duty now at 50

Hawaii News By Allison Schaefers aschaefers@staradvertiser.com Today Updated 11:33 p.m. The deaths by gunfire Sunday of Honolulu police officers Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama brought the department’s fallen-heroes count to 50. Read more Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser! You’re… Continue Reading →

Letters: Mental-health services team worth exploring; Drop EV subsidies first; Coach Rolo is class act

Sunday’s tragic killings on Hibiscus Drive dramatize the need to pour resources into crime prevention in Hawaii, not just into punishment and incarceration. Jerry Hanel was mentally ill. He had been terrorizing his neighborhood for some time, had retraining orders… Continue Reading →

Kalama was a loved husband and friend

Hawaii News By Rosemarie Bernardo rbernardo@staradvertiser.com Today Updated 10:46 p.m. More than 15 years after Honolulu police officer Kaulike Kalama graduated from McKinley High School, fellow classmates still think of him like he was part of their ohana. Read more… Continue Reading →

The Navy Has a Plan to Stop Ship-Killer Missiles

Descending from high altitudes at lethal speeds and often guided by precision sensors, technically improved enemy ballistic missiles can increasingly close in on surface Navy ships, often holding large platforms and even groups of vessels at tremendous risk of destruction…. Continue Reading →

Will It Protein Bar? Taste Test

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Scoreboard

CalendarTODAYBASKETBALLILH Division I boys: Kamehameha at ‘Iolani, Saint Louis at Punahou, 5 p.m.; Mid-Pacific at Damien, 6 p.m.ILH Division I girls: Kamehameha at Punahou, 5 p.m.; Maryknoll at ‘Iolani, 6:30 p.m.SOCCEROIA girls: OIA Soccer Championship Playoffs—Division I, First Round: At… Continue Reading →

Editorial: Congestion fee worth studying

In recent years, a study that compares states based on the cost of vehicle ownership along with traffic and infrastructure issues, has ranked Hawaii as the worst state in the nation for driving. Given Honolulu’s clogged-commutes and uneven road conditions… Continue Reading →

Off the News: Civic service and parade fit for a King

Editorial | Off the News Today Updated 12:18 p.m. The Hawai‘i Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition — actually, MLK Day organizers nationwide — would rather people see the holiday as a day on, not a day off. Read more Mahalo… Continue Reading →

Attorney general seeks funds to fight corruption

Hawaii News By Kevin Dayton kdayton@staradvertiser.com Today Updated 11:23 p.m. State Attorney General Clare Connors is requesting an extra $1 million a year for pay increases to be distributed among the 200 lawyers that work in her office, and is… Continue Reading →

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