GRAPHIC: Trump warns of military action amid protests; Floyd’s brother wants peace

The competing messages — one conciliatory, one bellicose — came as the U.S. braced for another round of disorder at a time when the country is already buckling because of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Many states scrambling to update hurricane plans for coronavirus

Hurricane season officially starts Monday, though Tropical Storms Arthur and Bertha arrived early. Forecasters are expecting a busier-than-normal season.

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LIST: From salons to pools, here’s what’s reopening next in Hawaii

  Central Pacific hurricane season begins as state continues to deal with pandemic

Official calls for cargo company review after virus request

Hawaii short-term rentals remain on hold for virus recovery

Locals take back tourist-free Waikiki during pandemic

Residents are enjoying wide sidewalks for running and walking, they're swimming in normally crowded waters, and there’s more parking available.
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Nearly 26,000 nursing home deaths reported as lockdowns ease

The first day of June saw coronavirus restrictions ease from Asia to Europe to the United States on Monday, even as U.S. protests against police brutality sparked fears of new outbreaks.

Forecast: Light winds moving in with large swell ahead

  Illegal dumping plagues Sand Island State Recreational Area

  Packed but peaceful: Black Lives Matter protesters take to streets of Oahu

Around the state, the community efforts to feed those in need continue

Reservoir cleaning to impact residents living along Hawaii Loa Ridge

Community leaders have a stern warning for beach partygoers

  HGEA says the state could still furlough workers to make up lost revenue

  Forecast: Sunny and dry weekend continues, but more showers on the horizon

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  GRAPHIC: Unrest overshadows peaceful US protests for another night

Years of festering frustrations over the mistreatment of African Americans at the hands of police boiled over in expressions of rage met with tear gas and rubber bullets.

SPORTS

Ironman triathlon in Kona delayed again due to coronavirus concerns

All of the athletes who have already registered for the race, which typically draws about 2,500 participants, will soon receive details on the updated plans for the event

Tagovailoa signs reported 4-year, $30M contract with Miami Dolphins

Former Alabama and Saint Louis School quarterback Tua Tagovailoa put pen to paper on Monday, signing his rookie contract to officially become a member of the Miami Dolphins.

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.

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Volunteers continue urgent search for missing 74-year-old

‘Aloha In Motion’ parade brings smiles to elderly Kauai Care Center residents

All Oahu skate parks but 1 reopen, exciting skaters

Residents, business owners fight to stop proposed Chinatown homeless station

  As shutdown continues, bars (and the small businesses they support) say they may close

Dozens of bar owners, employees and their customers rallied at the state Capitol on Friday, saying the shutdown may force their businesses to fold.
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  Massive protests worldwide raise fears of new coronavirus outbreaks

Health experts fear that silent carriers of the virus who have no symptoms could unwittingly infect others at packed gatherings with people cheering and jeering, many without masks.

  Goodbye, stay-at-home shags: Oahu salons reopen to rush of customers

  Free health clinic for uninsured is capable of treating patients statewide

  Forecast: Nice conditions for the weekend

  Hawaii native helps Ancestry.com launch DNA study into genetic clues for COVID-19