Gov. Ige: State facing $2.3B loss in tax revenue due to coronavirus pandemic

The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Hawaii is beginning to come into focus, Gov. David Ige said Monday ― and the picture isn’t pretty.
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Georgia Gov. authorizes Guard troops after 8-year-old killed

Authorities say a group of armed individuals opened fire near the Wendy's restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was killed by a white police officer in June. The area has become a site for frequent demonstrations.


Pandemic boosts bike sales as Hawaii turns to pedal power as exercise alternative

Federal loans helped keep thousands of Hawaii businesses afloat during pandemic

Here’s how to register to vote in Hawaii before Thursday’s deadline

12 arrested on Maui during holiday DUI crackdown, police say

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Starbucks barista accused of writing ‘ISIS’ on Muslim customer’s cup in Minn.

The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations is calling for the staff involved to be fired and for additional training for other employees. The organization also plans to file discrimination charges.

Fordham University cancels Sept. 12 football game against University of Hawaii

  Honolulu mayor: ‘I am concerned’ about reopening tourism on Aug. 1

HPD searching for suspect after drive-by shooting in Kahaluu

  1 dead, 1 critically injured in early-morning crash on Pali Hwy.

Hawaii gym reports member has tested positive for COVID-19

Cluster of COVID-19 cases involving Hawaiian Airlines employees grows to 13

Gov. Ige: Hawaii faces more public worker cuts without aid

Forecast: Stronger trade winds on the way

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  Chicago’s July Fourth weekend ends with 17 dead, 70 wounded

One of Chicago’s bloodiest holiday weekends in memory ended with 17 people fatally shot, including a 7-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy, and 70 more wounded, despite a concerted effort to quell the violence with an additional 1,200 police officers on the streets.


Fordham University cancels Sept. 12 football game against University of Hawaii

The Rainbow Warrior football team’s match-up with Fordham University, originally set for Sept. 12 at Aloha Stadium, has been canceled, a school official said Monday.

The ‘Iolani Prep Classic basketball tournament has been canceled for 2020

It was announced Wednesday that the ‘Iolani Prep Classic has been canceled.

Max Holloway is ready to usher in the ‘Hair Era’ ahead of his rematch at UFC 251

Waianae’s Max Holloway (21-5) is set to return to the octagon to take back his UFC Featherweight title and issue in the “Hair Era”.


  ‘Open Street Sundays’ in Waikiki extended through July

Attempted murder investigation underway after incident in Makaha

Pedestrian in critical condition after Makaha crash

Waipahu Summer Fun employee tests positive for COVID-19

  State seeks to give health director power to declare public health emergencies

“I’m sure we’re going to see more pandemics and being ready to respond quickly and appropriately is going to be key."
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Scientists urge WHO to acknowledge coronavirus can spread in air

The World Health Organization has long maintained that COVID-19 is spread via larger respiratory droplets, most often when people cough or sneeze, that fall to the ground.

  Hawaii families adjust to toned down July Fourth festivities amid pandemic

  Forecast: Lighter winds, higher chance of showers holding for the weekend

With masks and social distancing, Hawaii celebrates Independence Day

  New clinic on wheels is designed to bolster Oahu’s COVID-19 response