Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi to end all city COVID-19 restrictions on 05 March 2022.
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|VIDEO: Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi to end all city COVID-19 restrictions|
|Mayor Rick Blangiardi today said the city’s COVID-19 restrictions, Safe Access Oahu, will expire as planned at the end of the day on March 5. Read story
|House collapses onto beach on North Shore amid high surf|
|The north and west shores of Oahu have been under a high surf advisory since Sunday afternoon with large breaking waves of 12 to 18 feet. Read story
|2 dead following 2-car crash in Nanakuli|
|Honolulu Emergency Medical Services said it responded to the intersection of Haleakala Avenue and Mokiawa Street around 10:45 p.m. Saturday night. Read story
|New coach Timmy Chang, Warriors trying to reconnect with next group of Hawaii high school football recruits|
|When John-Keawe Sagapolutele got a text with a phone number to call University of Hawaii offensive coordinator Ian Shoemaker, he felt pretty good about what was going to happen next. Read story
|Officials warn of cyber attacks in response to Russia sanctions|
|U.S. officials are warning of potential Russian-instigated cyber attacks as it faces increasing economic and other international sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine. Read story
|Russian forces shell Ukraine’s No. 2 city and menace Kyiv|
|As the talks along the Belarusian border wrapped up, several blasts could be heard in Kyiv, and Russian troops advanced on the city of nearly 3 million. Read story
|Police investigating possible murder-suicide involving 3-year-old in Waialua|
|Police officers responded to a call at about 9:30 a.m. today to a home on Kuhi Street in Waialua, and investigators were en route to the scene as well. Read story
|Plan to ‘reimagine’ University of Hawaii is considered|
|First steps toward “reimagining” the whole 10- campus University of Hawaii system are underway, with a proposed new focus on luring and training more local residents to the fields in which the state most urgently needs workers, such as health care, education and technology. Read story
|Military personnel, aircraft training starts|
|The U.S. Air Force’s 15th Wing and Hawaii Air National Guard are scheduled to conduct an exercise starting today and running through March 11 that is likely to attract public attention. Read story
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