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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.


  Surge in COVID-19 cases across US raises questions about Hawaii’s plan to reopen tourism

Hawaii lawmakers stall funding for 10-story school building

Forecast: Trade winds strengthening through the week

  Ventilator use declines as doctors get a better understanding of COVID-19

Oahu visitor attractions counting down days until tourism restart

With changes to traveler quarantine rules less than a month away, Hawaii’s visitor attractions are eager to welcome guests back.
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EPA approves first surface disinfectant products tested for the coronavirus

The Environmental Protection Agency has approved two products for killing the novel coronavirus on surfaces following laboratory testing.

  Gyms battle germs as officials consider rollbacks of high-risk businesses

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

  WATCH ‘This is Now’: Concerns grow over plans to reopen tourism amid rising COVID-19 cases

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

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

  • National News

Protective gear for medical workers begins to run low again

A national nursing union is concerned that gear has to be reused.


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”.


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

Pay cuts or furloughs for Hawaii public employees are inevitable if the federal government does not provide additional coronavirus relief funding, Gov. David Ige said.
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Doctors deliver baby at 5 months after pregnant mother fatally shot in Minneapolis

Police are investigating the motive for the crime, but family members believe it was domestic violence.

Forecast: Stronger trade winds on the way

  ‘Open Street Sundays’ in Waikiki extended through July

Attempted murder investigation underway after incident in Makaha

Pedestrian in critical condition after Makaha crash