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Cat makes 5-story leap from burning building, walks away

It happened at an apartment building near the Chicago’s South Side.

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  With a growing trend in property crime, HPD provides tips to prevent home break-ins

  Shelter works to bolster vaccination rates among Oahu’s homeless

UHERO predicts faster Hawaii economic recovery, citing COVID vaccines, travel demand

Big Island man who used ant poison to kill 6,200 prawns slapped with huge fine

New study shows 42% of people in the US can’t name a single Asian American

Kamala Harris, the US’s first Asian American, first Black American and first female vice president, was only cited by 2% of Americans.
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Granholm: Normal service at gas pump likely by late Sunday

The shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline has caused shortages at the pumps throughout the South and emptied stations in the Washington, D.C., area.

  Mask on or off? For guidance, we asked Hawaii epidemiologists what they do.

  Hawaii Strong: Hawaii Symphony Orchestra returns to stage for first time in a year

Queen’s to open clinics at Oahu high schools to vaccinate those 12 and up

  New Bishop Museum exhibit immerses visitors in vibrant street art experience

Hawaiian Airlines apologizes for website booking problems, long wait times

Hawaii reports an additional COVID fatality; 83 new infections

  Watch ‘This is Now’: School-based clinics step up efforts to vaccinate Hawaii’s youth

DOH investigating COVID clusters on Oahu, Maui tied performing arts

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  States, business sort out what new CDC mask guidance means

There is no easy way to determine who has been vaccinated and who hasn’t. The new CDC guidelines essentially leave it up to people to do the right thing.

SPORTS

  From Honolulu to D.C., ‘Bows volleyball honored for National Championship

The Celebration continues for your University of Hawaii men’s volleyball team, as both Governor David Ige and Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi honored the ‘Bows Wednesday morning for their National Championship win over BYU.

  Relive the Colt Brennan era with ‘The Greatest Season,’ an hour-long special on the 2007 season

The year saw Hawaii go undefeated in the regular season, win a Western Athletic Conference championship, declare victory over longtime rival Boise State and appear in the 2008 Sugar Bowl against Georgia.

  On the field, Brennan was a force at quarterback college football had rarely seen

It doesn’t take long to find Brennan’s name when opening the University of Hawaii’s record book.

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  HNN panel unpacks what herd immunity means ― and when Hawaii might reach it

  Governor keeps Hawaii’s mask mandate in place despite new CDC guidance for vaccinated people

Forecast: Breezy winds to hold through the weekend

To reduce costs, Ala Wai Canal flood prevention project to be reassessed yet again

For upcoming space mission, Elon Musk eyes waters off Hawaii to land rocket

In filings to the FCC, Musk said he plans to make a soft ocean landing about 62 miles off the northwest coast of Kauai.
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  In devotion to Trump, House GOP taps Stefanik for a top post

Stefanik, R-N.Y., a moderate turned Trump loyalist who’s given voice to many of his false claims about election fraud, was elected as expected to the No. 3 post that Cheney, R-Wyo., held for over two years.

Free COVID testing offered on Molokai after cases identified at work site

Autopsy reveals Washington visitor’s death on Hawaii Island was a homicide

Hawaii student needs your help in national ‘Doodle for Google’ contest

  State epidemiologist says Hawaii is ‘close’ to reaching herd immunity