LIVE: Biden gives remarks on International Women’s Day

In an executive order signed Monday morning, Biden directed the Department of Education to review policies implemented by Donald Trump’s administration, including changes to Title IX regulations that prohibit sex discrimination in federally-funded institutions.
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Mom uses CPR to save baby who stopped breathing during heart attack

The baby girl's parents want to stress the importance of knowing CPR, not just for adults and kids but for infants as well.


  HFD investigating blaze that destroyed home in Kaneohe

DOH: Residents will soon be able to choose which vaccine they want at specific sites

National park visits in Hawaii decline in 2020 amid pandemic

Hawaii lawmakers advance bill to allow abortions by nurses

Forecast: Wet weather, possible flooding conditions to linger

Cloudy and showery weather is expected for much of the upcoming week as an upper-level disturbance interacts with tropical moisture moving in from the southeast.
  • Coronavirus Pandemic

  Fully vaccinated people can gather without masks, CDC says

Officials say a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the last required dose of vaccine.

  Settlement reached in lawsuit against an HPD officer accused of abusing his power

  In an effort to protect their future, youth activists call for a ban in menthol cigarettes

Honolulu Zoo welcomes a new baby sloth

A local theater company produces a movie highlighting a piece of Hawaii’s history

Surfer dies after being pulled Oahu’s Laniakea Beach

Murder investigation underway after apparent road rage incident turns deadly

Zuckerberg, Chan to fund relaunch of program that finds jobs for Kauai residents

Waiting for a sign? Look no further, vintage Hawaii signs are up for auction

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  Explosive Harry, Meghan interview reverberates across globe

In a two-hour soul-baring interview with Oprah Winfrey, the couple painted a deeply unflattering picture of life inside the royal household, depicting a cold, uncaring institution that they had to flee to save their lives.


Wahine basketball take home six Big West Conference yearly honors

The Big West Conference announced their yearly basketball awards Monday morning, with six Rainbow Wahine earning conference honors for their outstanding play throughout the season.

Wahine softball gets swept by Washington in season opening series

The Rainbow Wahine softball team dropped their three-game season opener to No. 8 ranked Washington, moving to 0-3.

UH men’s basketball get season finale split against UC Davis

The Rainbow Warriors basketball team closed out the 2021 regular season with a two-game road split against UC Davis.


Hawaii reports 53 new COVID infections, 1 additional fatality

  Schatz explains benefits Hawaii residents can expect under the new COVID relief package

  Under new guidelines, high school sports are making a comeback

Buying a poke bento at Foodland this month comes with added incentive

Federal authorities zero in on Kaneshiro campaign donors in next phase of corruption probe

In another twist to the widening federal probe, it appears the federal grand jury is hearing evidence surrounding a false prosecution.
  • Coronavirus Pandemic

  Pharmacists step up in vaccination effort

In some small towns across the U.S., an independent pharmacy is the only local place where residents can get a COVID-19 vaccination.

Rising inmate COVID cases at MCCC sparks community protest

  Communities focus on outreach while assisting elderly in vaccine signups

87 new COVID infections, 1 new fatality reported statewide

DOH launches new mental health hotline focused in tackling challenges due to the pandemic