Love’s Bakery, which struggled with pandemic losses, to cease operations at end of March

The news came as a shock to generations of Hawaii residents, who grew up on the company’s locally-made loaves and treats.

Veteran leaves home for first time in 2 years, thanks to volunteer-built wheelchair ramp

The retired Coast Guard veteran, who has a partially amputated leg, had been unable to get his old wheelchair over his doorway onto the porch.
  • National

  Democratic voting bill would make biggest changes in decades

Democrats say national rules are needed to make voting more uniform, accessible and fair. The bill would mandate early voting, same-day registration and other long-sought changes.

TOP STORIES

  Sea Life Park prepares to welcome guests for the first time in nearly a year

  Whipping winds damage structures, topple trees, injuring at least 4 people

  After a rare surfing injury, a love of magic helped him find a new purpose

Body of missing hiker recovered on Maui; search ongoing for second man

  HPD sets quota for speed program, requiring officers to make more stops

Jonathan Burge, an attorney and former HPD officer, said quotas like this encourage officers to use common speed traps instead of areas where speeding can be more dangerous for the public.
  • Coronavirus Pandemic

‘It’s truly a miracle’: Man, 25, with COVID-19 survives near-death 3 times

Doctors say the young man's case should serve as a warning. He had no pre-existing health concerns but suffered serious complications from COVID-19.

  Forecast: Still windy, but showers easing up a bit

Honolulu restaurant to contest $4K fine from DOH

  Coast Guard gears up for busier seas as COVID restrictions ease

Hawaii reports 29 new COVID cases; no additional fatalities

  Watch ‘This is Now’: State wants to resume in-person class for elementary schools

  It’s not a rebound (yet), but the economy is showing signs of recovery

Honolulu police investigating deadly moped crash in Ewa Beach

  FAA investigating plane crash off Lanai that injured 2

  • National

  Minimum wage hike all but dead in Senate virus relief, stimulus checks bill

Chances are dwindling that the Democrats will find a way to retain a minimum wage boost in the $1.9 trillion relief package.

SPORTS

  UH’s Spyros Chakas among three ‘Bows awarded Big West weekly honors

On the same day that the Rainbow Warriors volleyball team jumped up to the No. 1 spot in college volleyball, three ‘Bows were chosen for Big West Conference Player of the Week — sweeping the three awards.

UH baseball loses doubleheader to ASU, drops season-opening series

The Rainbow Warrior baseball team opened the 2021 season dropping the three-game road series to Arizona State in the Desert.

Rainbow Wahine basketball sweep Long Beach State in final road-series of the season

The University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine basketball team secured a two-game road sweep this weekend against Long Beach State in the Walter Pyramid.

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  City wants to move forward with project to address safety issues atop Koko Crater

Wind advisory in effect for most islands due to gusty conditions

  Owner of plane that crashed off of Lanai says pilots followed proper water-landing protocols

Hawaiian Airlines records top flight punctuality in US

Honolulu Salary Commission says no raises for top officials

A group within the Honolulu Salary Commission has recommended that Mayor Rick Blangiardi, City Council members and other top officials receive no salary increases this year, a report said.
  • National News

New York City-sized iceberg breaks off Antarctica

A huge iceberg that's bigger than New York City broke off near a UK base in Antarctica.

  Forecast: Strong winds and more showers ahead

Roughly 30 hours and 135 miles later, a man completes his run around Oahu

Woman reportedly injured after large tree comes crashing down in Mililani

  At 53, an inspirational Hawaii Island woman just won a national pageant