The State of Hawaii’s total coronavirus count is now 649.
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Health officials also removed one case from the state’s total count “as a result of updated testing information.” Read more
After 69 days, Ewa Beach resident Lee-Jacob “Coby” Torda who contracted the coronavirus in March was discharged today from Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center. Read more
The governor did not offer any specific dates for the actions during a “historic” first-time Facebook Live online conference featuring a Zoom call with Ige and all four of Hawaii’s mayors. Read more
Trump’s announcement came as he delivered a litany of complaints against Beijing, ranging from trade practices to legislative moves that would compromise Hong Kong’s autonomy. Read more
Police said Pelayo indicated he would be staying at a residence in Kihei but has not been located. Read more
The following is a partial list of what one may or may not do on Oahu, as of today, May 29. Read more
The closure between Valley View Drive and Kahekili Highway will take place on June 6 and June 28. Read more
The newly released documents do not include the intelligence that initially concerned Obama administration national security officials about Flynn. Read more
All openings will be in accordance with the state’s capacity limit and other health and safety regulations, the company said. Read more
An attorney for Floyd’s family welcomed the arrest, but said he expected a more serious murder charge and wanted all the officers arrested. Read more
Police said the suspect entered a parking lot on Alexander Street, took a surfboard and fled in an unknown direction at about 6:40 a.m. Tuesday. Read more
In the moments before the 5 a.m. arrest, Omar Jimenez could be heard calmly identifying himself as a reporter and offering to move to wherever he and his team were directed. Read more
The City and County of Honolulu is set to receive nearly $6 million in new federal funding to acquire six, zero-emission buses as well as needed on-road charging facilities, according to U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz. Read more
Asked by a reporter at an afternoon news conference whether he was aware of the racist history of the phrase, Trump said that he’d heard it for years, but he said he was not aware that it had been used by Headley. Read more
Three suspects — two females and one male with a rifle — exited the vehicle while a fourth male suspect remained in the driver’s seat of the SUV. Read more
House Speaker Scott Saiki joined the COVID-19 Care Conversation today and took viewer questions. Read more
Assistant Interior Secretary Douglas Domenech capitalized on his government connections to help get a family member hired at the Environmental Protection Agency, investigators said. Read more
The Resocialization of Collegiate Sports: Action Plan Considerations was announced as schools across the country prepare for the return of football players as early as June 8. Read more
A pilot “travel bubble” with Japan that allows for relaxed travel restrictions between the two destinations might be a way for Hawaii tourism to start coming back from the 99.5% plunge that it took in April. Read more
Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, delivered brief remarks in a speech streamed live on his website, as he sought to draw a clear contrast with a series of inflammatory tweets from Trump suggesting that protesters in Minneapolis would be shot. Read more
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