Lt. Governor Josh Green says updated COVID-19 rules are needed to avoid “chaos.”
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“It’s just really important that Hawaii not get a black eye by being unclear,” said Green. If the state waits, then “we are going to have a lot of confusion and a lot of large conflicts.” Read more
A San Diego-based aircraft carrier arrived in Hawaii last week as a Russian spy ship was shifting from a spot off Kauai to international waters north of Oahu. Read more
Prosecutors charged Eddieson Reyes with second-degree murder, two counts for firearm offenses and one count of first-degree terroristic threatening. Read more
Dion Vincent Kitzmiller appeared at his arraignment before Judge Shirley Kawamura via video conferencing from the Oahu Community Correctional Center. Read more
The rise of anti-Asian hatred and bias has jolted the players out of their silence. Read more
It comes three months after a gunman opened fire and killed 10 people, including a police officer, at a supermarket in Boulder, about 20 miles northwest of Arvada. Read more
A swimmer in distress in waters 30 yards off of a popular Hawaii Kai location called “Spitting Caves” was rescued this afternoon by the Honolulu Fire Department. Read more
Police said a 17-year-old boy is in custody pending further investigation on three counts of assaulting a law enforcement officer in the first degree. Read more
Hawaii ranked 26th overall in children’s well being among the 50 states, but in the economic category it fell to 44th in the national report. Read more
Although police said speed and alcohol appear to be contributing factors in the collision, it is unknown if drugs were also involved. Read more
This year Republicans are not making much of an effort to reclaim those once-prized opportunities to govern. Read more
Her statement came as the top U.S. envoy on North Korea affairs, Sung Kim, is visiting South Korea. Read more
After the attacks on the Capitol, the city abruptly ended several contracts with the Trump Organization, including agreements that allowed the company to operate the Central Park Carousel and two ice-skating rinks in the park. Read more
Economists mostly project that the economy, with strong momentum in the labor market and huge pools of pent-up savings by households, will be strong enough to keep growing despite the fading of the fiscal boost. Read more
Special guests, to be announced, with be joining her at each stop. Read more
One right westbound lane will close from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. and two right westbound lanes will also close from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. from the H-1 split to the Fort Shafter onramp. Read more
The book will delve into him being raised in West Philadelphia to entering superstardom as an actor and rapper. Read more
Schools recruiting top athletes can now offer tens of thousands of dollars in benefits that also include study-abroad programs and graduate scholarships. Read more
She spoke with the camp’s Malian refugees and internally displaced people in the nation’s hard-hit Center-North and Sahel regions. Read more
VIDEO: Hawaiian Airlines President and CEO Peter Ingram joins the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Spotlight Hawaii
Hawaiian Airlines President and CEO Peter Ingram joined Spotlight Hawaii, a series from the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that shines a spotlight on issues affecting our islands, today for a livestream video and took viewer questions. Read more
Dozens of districts have fallen to the Taliban since May 1, when U.S. and NATO troops began their final departure from Afghanistan. Read more