School-based vaccine clinics step up outreach as younger kids start to roll up their sleeves

After a quick screening, a mix of students and parents arrived at the COVID vaccine clinic at Nanakuli High and Intermediate Wednesday.

  Rising commodities costs hit Americans at home and on road

Many factors are playing into the price hikes: strong demand, understaffed manufacturers and higher shipping costs.
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  Taming the virus: US deaths hit lowest level in 10 months

Confirmed infections, meanwhile, have fallen to about 38,000 day on average, their lowest mark since mid-September.


State offers $4M in grants to help Hawaii schools recover from the pandemic

  With inter-island vaccine passport set up, state now turns attention to trans-Pacific travel

  The pandemic and a pilot program reunite brothers who had been apart for years

  ‘Person of interest’ in deadly road rage stabbing located on the East Coast

Woman indicted for attempted murder of her stepson at Schofield Barracks

Prosecutors said the boy was critically injured while under Robinson’s custody.
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Mother punches, chases would-be car thief down sidewalk

The would-be thief climbed out the passenger’s side door then fled after the mother continued to chase him.

PODCAST: The attorney who helped uncover ‘Mailbox Case’ joins ‘The Other Side of Paradise’

With children 12 and up now eligible for COVID vaccines, here’s what you need to know

Hawaii is manually checking vaccine cards for its inter-island ‘vaccine passport’ program

Kealoha ‘Mailbox Case’ co-conspirator asks to remain free while he pursues appeal

With vaccine demand dropping, 2 Oahu distribution points to close

  Watch ‘This is Now’: Air Canada expanding service to Hawaii

47 new COVID cases reported statewide; 1 new fatality

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

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Colonial Pipeline restarts operations days after major hack

The nation’s largest fuel pipeline restarted operations, days after it was forced to shut down by a gang of hackers.


  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.


  Police arrest suspect in alleged arson at Supreme Court building

  ‘No one did it better’: Hawaii remembers the life and legacy of Colt Brennan

Some Hawaii health care providers accepting vaccination appointments for kids 12 to 15

  Hanabusa turns down pricey HART consultant contract; mayor appoints her to rail board

  Officials make final push for vaccinations at key clinic in Leeward Oahu ahead of closure

A major vaccination clinic in Leeward Oahu is closing Thursday.
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  Emergency program to give eligible people $50 off internet bill

The government is increasing spending on broadband as the pandemic made stark that millions of Americans did not have access to, and could not afford, broadband at a time when jobs, school and health care was moving online.

Forecast: Breezy conditions to hold through the weekend

  Facing serious fine, beach rental owner says he feels unfairly targeted

  Hawaii football legend Colt Brennan, who led an unforgettable era for UH, dies at 37

Maui County to accept applications for energy credit assistance program