Governor David Ige extends food assistance for low-income residents.
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Nearly a quarter of a million Hawaii residents, including one in four keiki, are currently struggling with hunger. Read more
Eligible seafood processors in Hawaii who were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic have until May 1 to apply for relief funds. Read more
Biden, in an early evening news conference after the meetings, warned that a chemical attack by Russia “would trigger a response in kind.” Read more
Pomerrine Robert and her husband, Kevin Robert, allegedly took the victims’ passports, forced them to do work and beat them. Read more
Maui Grown Therapies will open its third medical cannabis dispensary in Pukalani, as Big Isle-based Hawaiian Ethos has introduced cannabis-infused chocolates for medical marijuana patients in the state. Read more
The Transportation Security Administration extended its directive requiring masks on public transportation and in public transportation hubs nationwide through April 18. Read more
The suit, filed today in federal court in Florida, named more than a dozen defendants, many of whom have long been vilified in right-wing media as enemies of Trump. Read more
The last time Marcus Mariota played for Arthur Smith, he was benched. Read more
The company and some employees are accused of propping up stock prices by putting in massive buy orders, prosecutors said. Read more
It’s been 35 years since Astley’s debut and BMG is marking the anniversary in May with a two-CD set and digital release. Read more
No injuries were reported. Read more
The trial could all but end the political career of a congressman seen as a reliable conservative who coasted to easy wins but isn’t a familiar name outside of Nebraska. Read more
Lyudmyla Denisova, Ukraine’s ombudsperson, said 402,000 people, including 84,000 children, have been taken against their will. Read more
The city’s Mobile Lab at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport will be closed on Sundays and Wednesdays beginning April 3. Read more
President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine is approaching a new, potentially more dangerous phase after a month of fighting has left Russian forces stalled by an outnumbered foe. He is left with stark choices — how and where to replenish his spent ground forces, whether to attack the flow of Western arms to Ukrainian defenders, and at what cost he might escalate or widen the war. Read more
JD Notae scored 21 points despite missing 20 shots and fourth-seeded Arkansas made Gonzaga miserable on both ends of the floor, bouncing the top overall seed from the NCAA Tournament with a 74-68 win tonight. Read more
Virginia Thomas also has previously denied conflicts of interest between her activism and her husband’s place on the high court. Read more
Although it is marked as a draft and cites a need for “social order” as a justification for sending Chinese forces, it has set off alarms throughout the Pacific. Read more
The announcement brings Scott’s publicly disclosed donations to more than $12 billion since 2019. Read more
Consumers who buy the new fare level, called Wanna Get Away Plus, will get 33% more frequent-flyer points than the basic ticket. Read more