GRAPHIC: Trump threatens military force against protesters nationwide

The turbulence was sparked by the death of George Floyd.

  Tensions rise as Trump threatens military force against protesters

Trump has threatened to call out the military if governors don't get protests under control. His critics call it an overreach that will do nothing to resolve the problems faced by black Americans.
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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.


With new safety measures, Hawaiian Airlines helps passengers ‘travel with confidence’

With less equipment and no group classes, Neighbor Island gyms reopen

  On the Big Island, you can now go out for a haircut, a workout and a nice meal

  Mufi Hannemann ‘shakes things up’ by entering crowded race for Honolulu’s mayor

PHOTOS: Hawaii keeps the peace in local Black Lives Matter movement

Hawaii advocates for Black Lives Matter have striven to ensure things remained peaceful.
  • Coronavirus Pandemic

  South America’s reopening, US protests could spread coronavirus

South American countries at the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic are choosing to reopen even as case numbers rise, while in the U.S., there are concerns that protests over the death of George Floyd could spark new outbreaks.

  Candlelight vigil among ways Hawaii shows support for Black Lives Matter

  Ige ‘disappointed’ in Trump’s response to protests, riots in wake of Minnesota killing

  In potential model for Hawaii, Alaska won’t require quarantine for visitors who get tested

Heads up, shoppers! Aloha Stadium swap meet to reopen June 13

  Governor: Quarantine rule for inter-island travelers will be lifted June 16

Economist: Tens of thousands could leave Hawaii amid slow economic recovery

  Kauai officials close off beach in Kekaha due to apparent shark bite

  WATCH ‘This is Now’: Protests continue in US cities already grappling with pandemic

  • National News

  GRAPHIC: Trump threatens military force against protesters nationwide

A military deployment by Trump to U.S. states would mark a stunning federal intervention not seen in modern American history.


‘Bows offensive lineman arrested for mandatory quarantine violations

Investigators said they went to the address Vaipulu had given them upon his arrival on May 18 to discover that he had also moved residences without informing authorities.

NFL teams can reopen facilities Tuesday, with provisos

NFL teams can begin reopening their facilities on Tuesday if state and local governments will allow it.

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.


No new COVID-19 cases reported as economy continues to reopen

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

Vacation rental occupancy statewide was 5% in April, the first month after Democratic Gov. David Ige’s March 26 mandatory 14-day quarantine for travelers.
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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.

Instead of avoiding Waikiki, residents now find themselves flocking to its shores

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