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Mainland Health Care Workers

Mainland nurses and health care providers will help Hawaii amid virus surge.

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FEMA assists with funeral costs

Those who lost a loved one to COVID-19 could still be eligible for federal financial assistance of up to $9,000 for funeral expenses incurred on or after Jan. 20, 2020.

Voter registration database questioned

Investigating errors and possible fraud in the state’s voter registration database is the responsibility of the county elections clerks and not the state, Chief Elections Officer Scott Nago told the state Elections Commission on Wednesday.

3 arrested over payout to convicted ex-Honolulu police chief

HONOLULU — Three former Honolulu officials were arrested Wednesday for allegedly conspiring to hide the source of public funds used to get a police chief to retire amid a corruption investigation that ultimately put him and his former prosecutor wife in federal prison.

Preliminary hearing delayed in drug case

A preliminary hearing for a 47-year-old Kona man accused of possession and attempted distribution of pounds of methamphetamine and a host of other felony offenses has been delayed.

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