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  States scale back vaccine orders as interest in shots wanes

More than 150 million Americans — about 57% of the adult population — have received at least one dose of vaccine.


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  ‘Bows volleyball crowned 2021 National Champions, sweeps BYU in title match

  Search for new HPD chief will be expanded to more states than in previous years

  Forecast: Trade winds for Mother’s Day and beyond

  South Africa holds state funeral for the man fatally shot by police in Nuuanu

“I am a bit mad that he left early but I understand he had to change the world on his way out," his wife said.
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Good Samaritan recalls jumping from bridge to save 2-year-old after car crash

The fire chief says the good Samaritan put his own life on the line because of the height of the bridge and the shallow water below.

With damselflies at the brink of extinction, crews release the insect on Oahu’s North Shore

Building collapses after fire rips through unattended structure on the Big Island

  Flower shops across the state are seeing huge turnout for Mother’s Day celebrations

  Stuck in their cars, soccer parents call on city to allow them to watch play from field

Kamehameha Schools celebrates its 101st annual Song Contest virtually

City to close deteriorating pathway near Honolulu Zoo for construction

  Another leak prompts new calls to shut down Navy’s massive Red Hill fuel storage facility

Gov. Ige authorizes vaccine passport program for inter-island travelers

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  China says most rocket debris burned up during reentry over Maldives

The roughly 30-meter (100-foot) -long stage is among the biggest space debris to fall to Earth.


Hundreds of UH fans drove through to greet ‘Bows volleyball after returning as National Champions

The Excitement was electrifying at University of Hawaii lower campus, as the 2021 National Champion Rainbow Warriors volleyball team returned — greeted by hundreds of UH fans.

‘Bows volleyball returns to NCAA National Championship after sweeping UCSB

The No. 1 ranked Rainbow Warriors volleyball team punched their ticket to the 2021 NCAA National Championship with a three-set sweep over Big West Conference foe UC Santa Barbara in the semifinal round in Columbus, Ohio on Thursday.


  Residents in Haleiwa still on the road to recovery after floods destroyed their homes

  Harmless side effect from the COVID vaccine could prompt irregular breast scan

  Meet the unsung heroes who help put on the Kamehameha Schools Song Contest

  Marine debris research team fishes for clues in tons of ‘ghost nets’

  Hawaii Strong: A fisherman and a businessman join forces to deliver the freshest catch

A business born out of necessity is now set for longevity ― a far cry from March 2020 when it was sink or swim.
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Pastor, wife suffer gouged eyes, parts of their ears bitten off in Chicago attack

The suspect faces charges of attempted murder and aggravated battery. He is undergoing a psychiatric examination at a hospital.

With HART facing $3.6B deficit, Blangiardi says rail will likely not make it to Ala Moana

Police search for suspect who allegedly attacked UH Manoa students on campus

Police ask for public’s help in tracking down suspect in McCully shooting

  Watch ‘This is Now’: Family and friends gather for Lindani Myeni’s memorial service