Weekend parties leave Oahu beaches trashed and raise concerns about spread of virus

“We’ve worked so hard to get here. And we’re going to sacrifice it because of some people who are very self-centered and selfish.”

  Coronavirus risks complicate reopenings as WHO warns 1st wave not over

About a dozen experimental vaccines are in early stages of testing or poised to start, and it's not clear whether any will prove safe and effective.
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  Memorial Day weekend draws crowds -- and triggers warnings

The U.S. is continuing a cautious state-by-state reopening, even as the president urged states to relax their lockdowns during the Memorial Day weekend.

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  Head of Labor Department: 190,000 could remain unemployed through end of year

Officers clear more than 200 from huge party at Kaena State Park

  Large ceremonies canceled, Hawaii remembers veterans with small Memorial Day gatherings

  Trump honors war dead in events colored by pandemic’s threat

Hawaii reports no new COVID-19 cases for second consecutive day

The state reported its first COVID-19 case on March 6.
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Great-grandmother shot, killed trying to stop fight outside DC grocery store

Family members say someone opened fire as the victim was trying to stop a fight after her granddaughter was attacked by two girls.

UH-Manoa waives standardized testing requirement for most fall 2021 applicants

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NBA legend Dwyane Wade on Tagovailoa: 'It’s going to be Dolphins town’

Controlled burn to be conducted at Schofield Barracks

  After nearly 2 months, churchgoers are welcomed back to in-person services

Some Hawaii public schools to continue grab-and-go meal service this summer

  Honolulu Prosecutors raid another Century Center massage parlor

  Forecast: Light winds for the Memorial Day holiday

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  Pandemic brings smaller, subdued Memorial Day observances

U.S. authorities warned beach-goers to heed social-distancing rules to avoid a resurgence of the virus that has infected 5.4 million people worldwide and killed over 345,000, including nearly 100,000 Americans, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.

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NBA legend Dwyane Wade on Tagovailoa: 'It’s going to be Dolphins town’

The most storied player in the history of Miami Heat basketball says there’s no debate about it: Florida loves basketball, but it’s not the state’s top sports draw.

Punahou football coach, others on paid leave amidst investigation into abuse allegations

Ane, along with several other school officials who have also been placed on paid leave, are not accused of sexual misconduct and are not named as defendants in the lawsuits, which were filed nearly two weeks ago.

Hawaii players fly off the board in final day of NFL Draft

The inaugural 2020 virtual NFL Draft wrapped up on Saturday with multiple players with Hawaii ties realizing their NFL dreams.

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Meet Neelix and Sandi, the Honolulu Zoo’s newest residents

Send us your photos: Hawaii celebrates the class of 2020!

2K gallons of raw sewage spilled in Hanapepe

Crash involving wild pig leaves a man critically injured on Maui

Big Island churches, salons get ‘OK’ to reopen on June 1st

The rule was signed Saturday night.
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High prices at grocery stores and supply chain disruptions expected to persist

Americans looking to get outside this holiday weekend, maybe fire up the grill, should be prepared to see high prices at grocery stores, especially cookout staples like ground beef and chicken.

Alleged chicken shooter among latest arrested for quarantine violations

Economists outline how long it could take for Hawaii to fully bounce back

  Contract delays sidelined investigators crucial to quarantine enforcement

Happy 100th birthday! Ewa Beach family holds a parade in place of a party