States that pushed ahead to offer quick vaccinations to large population groups have vaccinated smaller shares of their population than those who proceeded more slowly.
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States that raced ahead of others to offer the vaccine to ever-larger groups of people have vaccinated smaller shares of their population than those that moved more slowly, such as Hawaii. Read more
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In his first trip off Oahu in over a year because of the pandemic, Hawaii Gov. David Ige toured a landslide that cut off several communities on the north shore of Kauai. Read more
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First responders rescued a 20-year old male, who may have taken an 80-foot fall off of Mokoli’i island, also known as Chinamans Hat. Read more
A North Korean citizen was taken into U.S. custody after being extradited from Malaysia to face money laundering charges, making him the first North Korean extradited to the U.S. to face trial. Read more
The Honolulu Fire Department assisted police this morning in recovering the decomposed body of a 60-year-old man, found by the man’s friend in the Niu Valley Gulch. Read more
Miami Beach’s commissioners will hold an emergency meeting to determine whether to extend an unusual 8 p.m. curfew aimed at curtailing spring break crowds that got so out of hand that authorities had to call in SWAT teams. Read more
Loyola Chicago executed 101-year-old superfan Sister Jean’s plans to a T, moving to the Sweet 16 with a 71-58 win over Illinois, the first No. 1 seed bounced from this year’s NCAA Tournament. Read more
Kauai police arrested three people after finding marijuana, vape products containing THC and “medicated” edibles in their smoke shops. Read more
Police have identified the remains of a 29-year-old man found Monday in a vehicle as Keith Zalonka. Read more
The Biden administration is scrambling to manage a growing humanitarian and political challenge at the U.S.-Mexico border that threatens to overshadow its ambitious legislative agenda. Read more
Honolulu police have reopened the intersection of Kalakaua Avenue and Kapiolani Boulevard following an investigation. Read more
A 19-year-old woman from Kailua-Kona died in a fiery car crash Friday night in Captain Cook in South Kona, Hawaii County police said this morning. Read more
The University of Hawaii baseball took advantage of Long Beach State mistakes to earn a 6-4 victory and complete a doubleheader sweep at Les Murakami Stadium today. Read more
The Department of Health gave the green light to Aloha Green Holdings, dba Aloha Green Apothecary, for its third Oahu retail facility, located at 3131 N. Nimitz Highway. Read more
Police arrested late Friday night a 39-year-old man for allegedly stabbing a 44-year-old man in Waikele Thursday. Read more