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Obama Tests Positive For COVID-19


Former President Barack Obama says he feels “relatively healthly” after testing positive for COVID-19.

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Russian airstrike hits base in western Ukraine, kills 35

LVIV, Ukraine >> Waves of Russian missiles pounded a military training base close to Ukraine’s western border with NATO member Poland, killing 35 people. The strike followed Russian threats to target foreign weapon shipments that are helping Ukrainian fighters defend their country against Russia’s grinding invasion.

CALENDAR TODAY BASEBALL Big West: Rutgers at Hawaii, 1:05 p.m. at Les Murakami Stadium. SOFTBALL PacWest: Doubleheader, Holy Names vs. Chaminade, noon at Sand Island Park. Doubleheader, Dominican at Hawaii Hilo, noon. MONDAY SOFTBALL PacWest: Read More
Kokua Line: Can I renew my Hawaii license from out of state?

Question: Is it possible to renew my Hawaii driver’s license from out of state if I am still a permanent Hawaii resident? I had hoped to get this done before leaving to take care of my mother, but I am running out of time. I’m not sure how long I will be gone, probably a few months, which will be past the expiration date, and I need a valid license to drive while I am taking care of my mom. I alr
Al Jardine to perform at Hawaii Theatre Center

Al Jardine was born in Lima, Ohio, but spent his teens in Hawthorne, Calif. He met Brian Wilson when they were on the Hawthorne High School football team. They shared an interest in music, and when Brian decided to form a pop vocal group with his younger brothers, Dennis and Carl, in 1961, he invited Jardine to join them. The result was the Beach Boys — with the Wilsons’ cousin, Mike Love, on lea
Signs of Hawaiian Life – March 13, 2022

Did you spot a sign of Hawaiian life on your travels? To submit photos, check out our new, simple online submission form at . You must fill out all required fields in order to be considered for publication. Photos must have a person in them and contain a “sign” of Hawaiian life. Email submissions and mailed photos are no longer accepted.
Column: Women’s Prison Project bills moving

The Women’s Prison Project (WPP) is grateful for the comprehensive and positive Star-Advertiser editorial highlighting the need for a new approach to women’s corrections in Hawaii and WPP’s success at having several bills still alive in the state Legislature (“ Build better futures for women in prison ,” Our View, March 3).
Column: Equal Pay Day reminds how far women’s wages lag men’s

We should take note of Shakespeare’s words in the play, “Julius Caesar”: Beware the Ides of March (March 15). That’s because Tuesday, March 15, will be the national observance of “Equal Pay Day,” the day when we recognize the existing wage gap between working women and men and offer remedies to address pay inequity. That date illustrates how far into 2022 women must work to earn what men earned b
Editorial: Accountability for Department of Hawaiian Home Lands’ funds

The warning signs are hard to ignore. So is the clear momentum that has built behind legislation to make a huge investment to address the massive backlog in fulfilling the trust obligations of the federal Hawaiian Homes Commission

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