Honolulu News for June 10th 2013

Honolulu officer injured by alleged drunk driver
HONOLULU (AP) — Honolulu police say an officer was critically injured after his SUV was rear-ended by an alleged drunk driver in Makaha. Officials say the driver of another SUV was driving on Farrington Highway when he hit the officer's SUV and struck More…

Honolulu shrine continues honor system; video of group taking omamori
HONOLULU — A Honolulu Shinto shrine won't change its honor system, even after surveillance footage posted online showing four people stuffing $1,000 worth of spiritual trinkets into bags led to a threat to sue the shrine. "We'll keep it open," Shinken More…

Honolulu police officer sent to hospital in critical condition because of
An alleged drunk driver ran into a Honolulu police officer's car, leaving the officer in critical condition. Clevis Mahi and Kimo Peroff were hanging outside Friday night. It was 11:20 p.m. when they saw a car speed past them going north down More…

Obama: U.S., China in 'uncharted waters' on cybersecurity
Insider attack kills 3 NATO troops in Afghanistan – 02:40 a.m.. Woman arrested after allegedly ramming vehicle into another one – 09:11 p.m.. Honolulu police warn public about rash of gasoline thefts – 02:53 p.m.. Bill would bar government 'fun places More…

Honolulu Magazine – June 2013 – Hawaii
June 2013. Features. How to Fix Hawaii's Doctor Shortage. Hawaii has hundreds fewer physicians than it needs, particularly in primary care. Here's what's being More…

Police warn of Honolulu gas thefts
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)- CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are warning the public about a recent rash of gas theft. Since May, there have been nine reported cases from Halawa Valley to East Oahu. Most of the thefts occurred during More…

Honolulu surfer dies during south shore swell
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports that according to paramedics, a 46-year-old man was taken in serious condition to a hospital after he landed on his neck in the sand while bodysurfing at Sandy Beach Thursday. Hazardous ocean conditions have kept More…

Allegiant winter flights to Hawaii on hiatus
Arizona travelers hoping to buy cheap tickets ??? or any tickets ??? to Hawaii on discounter Allegiant Air this holiday season or next winter won’t find them. The Las Vegas-based airline, which began non-stop flights between Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport … More…

Honolulu's first olive oil boutique
Dana Bergman, owner of Island Olive Oil Co., takes a shot of olive oil daily. For health, he says. I've read the latest news on the Mediterranean Diet and how good olive oil is for you, but I still prefer my olive oil with food and my shot glasses More…

Tropical Storm Andrea zipping up the East Coast
Koreas agree to meeting in bid to ease tensions – 06:10 p.m.. Judge orders inquiry in Paris Jackson wellbeing – 05:07 p.m.. Oahu's median home price drops 5 percent in May – 03:11 p.m.. Honolulu police warn public about rash of gasoline thefts – 02:53 More…

Alaska Airlines' aircraft with Hawaii student's design arriving in
An Alaska Airlines aircraft painted with this design by Kaiser High School student Aaron Nee is scheduled to land at Honolulu International Airport on Monday for More…

IRS workers say supervisors directed targeting
California utility to shut troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant – 04:23 p.m.. Oahu's median home price drops 5 percent in May – 03:11 p.m.. Honolulu police warn public about rash of gasoline thefts – 02:53 p.m.. Equipment operator to be charged in More…

Honolulu police officer critically injured in Makaha crash
A Honolulu police officer is in critical condition and a man arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after a three-vehicle collision in Makaha. The crash happened around 11:20 p.m. Friday. Police say a Mercedes was heading toward Kaena Point on More…

Serena Williams beats Sharapova in French final
Judge orders inquiry in Paris Jackson wellbeing – 05:07 p.m.. Honolulu police warn public about rash of gasoline thefts – 02:53 p.m.. Bill would bar government 'fun places' blacklist – 12:40 p.m.. Suspect sought in Makiki attempted sex assault case More…

Honolulu police warn of rash of gasoline theft
HONOLULU (AP) — The Honolulu Police Department is warning the public about a recent rash of gasoline theft. Police say thieves are targeting parked vehicles with plastic tanks, particularly sport utility vehicles and pick-up trucks. The plastic tanks More…

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser Outtakes column
June 09–If there was an award for viewing the most films in a year, Barry Rivers would certainly be a contender. The founder of the Maui Film Festival figures he watched parts or all of nearly 1,000 movies as he whittled his festival selection to 51 More…

Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce Holds Annual Awards Banquet
The Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce (HJCC), one of Honolulu's major business organizations representing a cross-section of the city's businesses, industries and professions, is recognizing its outstanding members at the ninth-annual More…

5 dead, 5 injured after Calif. shooting rampage
VIDEO: 'The Pulse Minute' debuts on HNN ? PICS: 2013 Fashion Front Awards at thirtyninehotel ? PICS: 'High School Block Party 5? at Wet 'n' Wild ? Freestyle: Welcome to Jamrock ? Honolulu Zoo concert series returns ? Social Encore: More from Chicago More…

Honolulu police officer critically injured in Makaha crash
A Honolulu police officer is in critical condition after a crash involving three vehicles in Makaha. The crash happened around 11:20 p.m. Friday. Police say a Mercedes was heading in the Yokohama direction on Farrington Hwy when the car slammed into More…

Honolulu Weekly plans to return
Just days after announcing it was shutting down the Honolulu Weekly says it's coming back. How it's coming back remains unclear at this time. A statement on Sunday from the Weekly's Facebook page directs readers to subscribe to an exclusive e-mail list More…

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