Up to 200K US deaths foreseen as virus impedes farewells

The coronavirus outbreak could kill 100,000 to 200,000 Americans, the U.S. government’s top infectious-disease expert warned on Sunday as smoldering hotspots in nursing homes and a growing list of stricken cities heightened the sense of dread across the country.
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‘Off the charts’: Virus hotspots grow in middle America; Illinois infant with virus dies

The U.S. leads the world in reported cases with more than 112,000, but five countries exceed its roughly 1,700 deaths.

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  Waters recede after flooding rains on Kauai, leaving behind a big mess

The state now tracks number of COVID-19 patients released from isolation

  Family mourns victims of Ewa Beach double-homicide; suspect charged, bail set at $2M

Kauai left to clean up mess from severe overnight flooding; shelter opens

Costco changes business hours amid coronavirus pandemic

The retail giant said all of its U.S. locations will close at 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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Relief package billions can’t buy hospitals out of shortages amid coronavirus outbreak

For more than a week, governors have pushed back against administration assurances that supplies are available now, bitterly complaining to President Donald Trump that there's no coordination.

Merrie Monarch ticket refunds are available, though some opt to donate the money

Maui County outlines ‘essential’ businesses and activities

Here’s a guide for small businesses in need of federal aid under the CARES Act

PHOTOS: Kauai, Oahu slammed with torrential rain, severe flooding

DOH warns antimalarial drugs are not a safe way to prevent COVID-19

  Kupuna hours are great, but health officials worry of unintended consequences

  Family of young Hawaii coronavirus patient urges state to take ‘stay-at-home’ order seriously

  WATCH: ‘Coronavirus Pandemic: Hawaii’s Response,’ our town hall on COVID-19

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Age is not the only risk for severe coronavirus disease

Older people remain most at risk of dying as the new coronavirus continues its rampage around the globe, but they’re far from the only ones vulnerable.

SPORTS

  ‘I’m still going to reach for that goal’: Olympic skateboarder Heimana Reynolds still eyes history in 2021 games

“It’s like life, something pops up in your way and you have to just keep rolling with it an try to stay as positive as you can."

  Tokyo Olympic games postponed to 2021

  How to stay fit while staying at home

Kamu Grugier-Hill signs one year deal with Dolphins

HHSAA places moratorium on practices effective immediately amid coronavirus outbreak

HHSAA directive places moratorium on practices effective immediately in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Mariota reaches deal with Raiders

Mariota threw for 13,207 yards and 76 touchdowns in his five year career with the Titans.

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Here’s how you can get half off your takeout bill while supporting local restaurants

  Some fierce fun, a Hawaii-native lifts spirits with online dance parties

  Decrease in flights is packing a punch for state exporters

  Patient recovering from COVID-19 isn’t cleared to fly, but doesn’t have a place to stay

  Public schools seek to waive graduation requirements for Class of 2020

The goal: Ensure students can graduate on time.
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Doctor sees son crawl for first time through glass door after coronavirus separates family

An Arkansas father is among the many healthcare workers separated from their families while on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

  Closed park bathrooms lead to a big mess ... and concern about a broader health risk

  Amid pandemic, veterinarians turn to drive-up service and even telemedicine

  If working from home has been a tough adjustment, you’re not alone

2 more drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites planned on Oahu this weekend