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“California Surf Museum pays tribute to pioneering surf photographer, starts photo contest.”

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Report examines ‘long COVID’ in Hawaii

Reports of “long COVID-19” are rising throughout Hawaii, especially among Native Hawaiians and Filipinos, according to a new report from the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization, or UHERO.

Anti-nepotism law takes effect in Hawaii

A new law took effect Tuesday prohibiting nepotism across state government — particularly for the 60,000 employees in the executive branch — but notably exempts the state Legislature and Judiciary.

Man acquitted in 1982 cold-case murder

The eight men and four women of the jury grappled with the choices given in the cold-case murder trial of a 63-year-old Florida dental hygienist: guilty or not guilty of second-degree murder in the 1982 beating and strangulation death of a 25-year-old Delta Air Lines reservations clerk whose body was found in Nuuanu.

Police: Missing Volcano man found

UPDATE: Police report that 68-year-old Wayne Knapstad, who was previously reported as missing, was located in Volcano on Sunday, in good health.

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