Attorney argues Hawaii Law is a ban on carrying guns.
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The Hawaiian Homes Commission extended the deferral of mortgage loan payments for all Department of Hawaiian Home Lands direct loans and loans assigned to the department for an additional three-month period, effective with the October 2020 payment.
Police charged a 34-year-old Volcano man with felony firearms and theft charges as well as a probation revocation warrant.
The state Department of Health reported 90 new COVID-19 cases today, with 83 cases on Oahu, six on Hawaii Island and two on Maui County.
Two members of Hawaii’s congressional delegation have publicly expressed concerns that Gov. David Ige will allow federal coronavirus funds to lapse, and have taken him to task for an alleged lack of transparency regarding the state’s use of those funds.
Gov. David Ige officially extended the state’s COVID-19 emergency period through the end of October, while codifying loosened travel restrictions that will go into effect Oct. 15.