Johnson & Johnson says it doesn’t know how many doses were lost.
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The drugmaker didn’t say how many doses were lost, and it wasn’t clear how the problem would impact future deliveries. Read more
Having trouble with your unemployment claim? State to offer phone and video appointments in Hawaii next month
DLIR said appointments will be available every Tuesday and Thursday, but did not offer specific hours. The pilot will start on Oahu first, and then expand to neighbor isles. Read more
A shooting at a Southern California office building today killed four people, including a child, and injured a fifth person before the suspect was shot, police said. Read more
Maui Mayor Michael Victorino proposes vaccination passport, additional coronavirus testing on arrival
Even with pre-arrival testing, some passengers may still be contagious, and the idea is to “cut them off at the airport,” Victorino said during his daily news briefing today. Read more
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Sheriff Alex Villanueva claimed investigators need permission from Woods — who previously named his yacht “Privacy” — to release information about the crash. Read more
Police said Brandon Elliot, 38, is the man seen on video kicking and stomping the woman on Monday. Read more
Confronted with compelling video and photographic evidence in court, dozens of rioters have apologized and expressed regret. Read more
It was not clear when Palin, 57, tested positive. She told the magazine that other members of her family tested positive as well. Read more
They cited their concerns over a tweet he sent referring to the “Wuhan virus” and the fears they have for the safety of their children because of such comments. Read more
The Kokonut Koalition, the nonprofit overseeing repairs of the popular Koko Crater Stairs in partnership with the city, has gotten a boost from several corporate donors. Read more
Hawaii Supreme Court issues order allowing judges to once again set bail, keep alleged criminals in custody
The Hawaii Supreme Court today moved to change a COVID-19-related ruling it made in August that prevented judges from setting bail and, in some cases, keeping certain alleged criminals in custody. Read more
VIDEO: Hawaii Department of Health Director Libby Char joins the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Spotlight Hawaii
Hawaii Department of Health Director Libby Char joined Spotlight Hawaii today for a livestream video and took viewer questions. Read more
An online appointment must be made in advance, with slots becoming available as vaccinations are secured. Walk-ins are not allowed. Read more
Sila is one of thousands of financial technology startups riding an investor frenzy driven by a growing realization that Big Finance is ripe for a tech makeover. Read more
The suspension of disconnections due to nonpayment of utility bills has once again been pushed back, this time to May 31. Read more
Bribery charges filed against 5 current and former Honolulu Department of Planning and Permitting employees
The employees are accused of soliciting thousands of dollars to advance building projects— some actions potentially dating back to 2009. Read more
After responding well to treatment, both had passed their physicals, allowing NOAA and its partners to coordinate their release. Read more
Some policies set by Major League Baseball are locked in at every park, like fans being required to wear masks, but the policies diverge based on the rules in the city or state where the game is being played. Read more
Neighbor island district health offices will now decide county coronavirus vaccine distribution decisions
Honolulu will still follow the phase system dictated by DOH. Read more