Hawaii health officials report 64 new COVID-19 cases, as the statewide infection total reaches 30,909.
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State health officials reported no new coronavirus-related deaths as the statewide death toll remains at 471. Read more
Jason Dadez, a building inspector at the DPP, pleaded not guilty to the charges that allege he accepted thousands of dollars in payments for conducting city services. Read more
Johnson & Johnson pause means Hawaii clinics may offer alternative coronavirus vaccines or reschedule appointments
As of Monday, more than 6.8 million doses of the J&J vaccine have been administered in the U.S., the CDC said today. Read more
Police said a man could not pay his fare and assaulted a taxi driver. He then allegedly took the cab and drove off. Read more
A 48-year-old man sustained what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his hand after a 35-year-old man assaulted and accused him of taking money from an illegal game room in Waianae, according to police. Read more
A pilot’s aggressive takeoff led to an aerodynamic stall, causing the 2019 crash of a skydiving plane in Mokuleia that killed all 11 people on board, government safety investigators have determined. Read more
Raises recommended by the state Salary Commission for the governor, legislators, judges and department heads would be deferred until January 2023, House Speaker Scott Saiki said. Read more
Warning signs to remain up at Waimanalo beach after sharks sighted feeding on humpback whale carcass
The dead whale carcass is about 300 yards offshore of Sherwood’s, according to an alert sent at about 9:30 a.m. Read more
Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl have teamed up for a hard-rock pandemic anthem called “Eazy Sleazy.” Read more
President Joe Biden will address a joint session of Congress for the first time on April 28. Read more
Joel Greenberg, a onetime county tax collector, disclosed to investigators that he and Gaetz had encounters with women who were given cash or gifts in exchange for sex, the people said. Read more
The resignations from Officer Kim Potter and Police Chief Tim Gannon came two days after the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center. Read more
His decision risks retaliation by the Taliban on U.S. and Afghan forces, possibly escalating the 20-year war. Read more
Health officials say to be vigilant but to remember that reports of blood clots that may be associated with J&J’s single-dose vaccine are exceedingly rare. Read more
The networks are perplexed by Nielsen statistics that show the percentage of Americans who watched their televisions at least some time during the week declined from 92% in 2019 to 87% so far this year. Read more
The CDC and the FDA said today they were investigating unusual clots that occurred 6 to 13 days after vaccination. Read more
He was 40-year-old Russell Cruz of Kailua who authorities found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot. Read more
Paul Flores, 44, was the last person seen with Smart on the California Polytechnic State University campus in San Luis Obispo before she vanished in 1996. Read more
Technology stocks and companies that rely on consumer spending helped lift the broad market index. The gains were tempered by a pullback in banks, industrial companies and other stocks. Read more
Between 16,000 to 20,000 people have been evacuated from the island’s northern region, where the exploding volcano is located, with more than 3,000 of them staying at more than 80 government shelters. Read more
She brings more than two decades of experience in operations, financial management and fund development to the position. Read more