2 Hawaiian Airlines flights return to Honolulu after two unruly passenger cases.
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|2 separate Hawaiian Airlines flights return to Honolulu after two unruly passenger cases
One incident involved an alleged unprovoked attack against a flight attendant on an interisland flight bound for Hilo, while the other involved a passenger who allegedly defied the federal face mask mandate on a flight to Seattle. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Now. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
Hospital rewrites the rules so loved ones can say goodbye at Covid patients’ bedsides
Health care workers say one of the most tragic aspects of Covid is that so many patients die alone. A partnership between Adventist Heath Castle and Bristol Hospice is allowing exceptions so family members can be at the bedside during those final moments. Hawaii News Now.
Hawai‘i’s economy is expected to resume recovery in November
Hawai‘i officials seek workers statewide for Safe Travels program
Hawai‘i’s high cost of living just keeps getting higher
Supreme Court partially approves subpoena into bank records of group opposing TMT on Mauna Kea
Vacation rental supply only two-thirds back to pre-pandemic days
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My Job: A Life in Music
Kira Santos of the band Close the Distance says being a professional musician requires a tough skin “because you’re going to get knocked down 100 times in this industry.” Santos and her younger sister, Ezri, met their original bandmates when they were students at Hawaii MusicWorks… read more.
|U.S. House passes bill with enhanced standards for Red Hill fuel tanks
The bill passed ahead of a highly anticipated decision by the Hawai‘i health director on the World War II-era tanks, which have leaked into the area’s groundwater. It would require the Navy to adhere to “significantly enhanced” inspection standards of its underground fuel tanks. Civil Beat.
Honolulu Police Commission seeks public’s help in search for new police chief
With city vaccine exemptions pending approval, councilwoman proposes alternatives to firing
Iwilei homeless shelter scrambled to identify and isolate Covid-19 cases
Police officer falsely accused former state senator of being at massage parlor raid
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|Big Island Covid patient’s family wants court to force hospital to give him Ivermectin
A Big Island man is is “on death’s doorstep,” according to his family. Now they hope to force the hospital to give him an experimental drug that has not been approved by the Federal Drug Administration as a coronavirus treatment. KITV4.
Ironman World Championship moving to Utah, officials plan Kona return in October 2022.
The Ironman World Championship will be held outside of Hawai‘i for the first time in its 40-plus history, race officials announced Thursday. West Hawaii Today. Big Island Video News. Big Island Now.
Collaboration allows students to use Hele-On pass to get to school
Water reservoir project moves forward: Final EA released for 10 million gallon tank in Kohala
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5 First Steps to Expanding Your Business
Lisa Miller, CPA, a senior consultant and entrepreneurial strategist at Business Consulting Resources, says she and her colleagues are often asked: Should I grow my business? Check these five indicators to help you decide if it is time to take your company to the next level... read more.
|Big changes to Wailuku town development rules proposed
Saying they’re up against a wall, Maui County Council members on Wednesday recommended approval for sweeping changes to nearly 70 acres of downtown Wailuku in a step to evade long-term litigation. Maui News.
6th Hawaiian monk seal found dead on Moloka‘i wildlife
‘It’s very devastating’: activists decry removal of Maui’s largest homeless encampment
|Kaua‘i to move away from tier system
The County of Kaua‘i will be moving away from its six-tiered system, Mayor Derek Kawakami announced Thursday, but will continue to enforce strict Covid-19 safety measures. The current tier system anticipated dropping all safety-mitigation measures when the state reaches a 70% fully vaccinated population.
Project seeks to boost local egg production
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