City stands by election process in Trevor Ozawa-Tommy Waters vote

The Honolulu Office of Elections is standing by its policy of accepting mail-in ballots from the U.S. Postal Service after 6 p.m. on Election Day, despite a challenge by defeated City Council candidate Tommy Waters that argues those votes should not be counted.

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Five Takeaways From Mayor Bill de Blasio’s State of the City Address

Sounding at times like a motivational speaker, the mayor vowed to keep working to improve New Yorkers’ lives while taking his message to a national audience.

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US border agent pleads not guilty to killing 4 women

LAREDO, Texas — A U.S. Border Patrol agent in Texas has pleaded not guilty to capital murder and other charges in the September killings of four women who prosecutors say were sex workers. Juan David Ortiz entered the pleas Thursday before a judge in the border city of Laredo. He is accused of...

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Cupertino appoints new interim city manager

CUPERTINO — Public Works Director Timm Borden will serve as Cupertino’s interim city manager while the city searches for a permanent replacement. The city has not had a permanent city manager since David Brandt retired in July 2018. Interim city manager Amy Chan stepped down last week after she...

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Operators of a new dog museum opening soon in New York City want to give visitors a chance to learn more about their furry friends, so they're unleashing a 150-piece collection and a library area of 15,000 books. 

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