Fully vaccinated U.S. travelers can now bypass quarantine, testing requirements.
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|Fully vaccinated U.S. travelers can now bypass quarantine, testing requirements
Starting today, travelers who possess one of three federally recognized vaccination documents can skip the state’s COVID-19 rules. Travelers must attest in writing that their documentation is authentic. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. Tribune-Herald.
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Restrictions on events linger even as travel rules end
Whistleblower sues state after being fired by the Department of Health
New law requires public schools to report COVID-19 cases
Private citizens in Hawai‘i can legally own a Taser starting on Jan. 1
Case draws most of his campaign cash from special interests
Governor picks former Hawaiian Home Lands commissioner to serve on BLNR
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|24 apply to be Honolulu police chief, but the names are not yet public
Although applications to be Honolulu’s 12th police chief are in, the process has been delayed for 30 days because not enough people applied to serve as hiring consultant for the Honolulu Police Commission. Star-Advertiser.
Taxpayers may foot the bill for lawyers of officers charged in Sykap shooting
City cites homeless project for lacking building permit
Measure introduced to remove Ha‘ikū Stairs
State board rules against homeowners in Kaka‘ako tower dispute
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A hotline allowing parents to seek help from an early childhood behavioral health expert was created to better support the mental health of young children by first supporting the parents… read more.
|Roth, others mulling options after passage of TAT bill
HB 862 abolishes the allocation of statewide transient accommodations taxes to the individual counties and instead allows them to establish their own taxes at a rate of up to 3%. Tribune-Herald.
$25.5M for ADA compliance: County Council advances bond float
Lawsuit alleges DOE, BOE and principal failed to protect female student from assault
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Commercial vs. Personal Auto Insurance for Business Owners
Using your car for work? Choose your insurance coverage wisely. The line between personal and commercial usage can blur, especially for small-business owners. Kevin Kurosu of First Insurance Co. of Hawaii explains how to determine which coverage you need... read more.
|Maui County gymnasiums prepare to reopen
The Department of Parks and Recreation facilities have been closed since March 2020. Residents can apply for special permits for sports leagues on July 13-16. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
DLNR eyes potential fishing rule changes for Kahului Harbor waters
State seeks information on vandalism of 300-year-old petroglyphs
|Dispute over public water rights on Kaua‘i heads to state Supreme Court
The case involves a new 18-inch pipe proposed by the Kaua‘i Department of Water, which would tap into the East Wailua Watershed. Hawaii News Now.
County deeds Adolescent Treatment and Healing Center to HHSC
Waimea man opens home to Salt Pond residents
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