Governor David Ige says vaccination rate means no more full-scale shutdowns in Hawaii.
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HONOLULU — Citing the high vaccination rate among Hawaii residents, Gov. David Ige said there would not be another shutdown in the state despite the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
HONOLULU — A Hawaii-based soldier has admitted to beating his wife with a baseball bat while she lay face down on the bed as she slept, and then stabbing her in the back the morning after their first anniversary.
Hawaii County’s Mass Transit Agency is partnering with Uber to provide access to rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination appointments in as part of the county’s Hele-On Get Your Shot! campaign.
Health care workers can stay at select Big Island hotels and resorts for free under a new program intended to show appreciation for overworked nurses, doctors, first responders and others.
The Big Island Monday reported 82 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the island’s tally to 8,981 since late February 2020.
Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald announced Monday that he’s seeking public comment about nominees for a judgeship in the District Court of the Third Circuit on the Big Island.
HONOLULU — Proof of vaccination or a negative test was required as of Monday to visit most Oahu businesses and state facilities.
The Big Island’s COVID-19 case tally neared 8,900 Sunday with 111 new coronavirus cases reported on the state’s southernmost island. One new coronavirus-related death was also reported on the island.
Hilo Medical Center this month will open a monoclonal antibody clinic to treat patients with COVID-19.
Same as it ever was: Reapportionment Commission holds fast to 2011 allocation of state legislative seats
There will be no canoe districts and all basic island units will keep the same number of state senators and state representatives they have now, the Reapportionment Commission agreed in unanimous votes Thursday.
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