Donors to the former elected Honolulu prosecutor have come under increased scrutiny as the U.S. Justice Department tries to build its case.
The late U.S. senator helped secretly funnel $22 million into Pentagon research programs.
Oceanit developed a spit test and one using nasal swabs that are currently in clinical trials.
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The mayor tapped a well-known former journalist and corporate communications professional.
The mayor said he’s not interested in the kind of police reform activists have been demanding.
Honolulu will stop all pandemic restrictions when the vaccination rate hits 70%, the city said.
Sewage testing can provide “real-time detection” of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Empty hotel rooms in the Pacific island territory could serve as a way station for Afghans fleeing the Taliban, advocates say.
Patients with weakened immune systems should still avoid large crowds and take pandemic precautions even as official restrictions on masks and social distancing are eased.
Police union officials offered a message of vindication while the city prosecutor has yet to deem the shooting of a 16-year-old justified.
The new two-year agreement, which one union representative acknowledged was “disappointing for many,” takes effect on July 1.
He mau hopena ʻino ko ka hoʻomaʻi kēpau no nā keiki, no laila he koʻikoʻi ka hōʻike ʻana ma nā pae hiki mua.
Climate change and human negligence are intensifying the threat of wildfires in the islands.
The number of renters who are looking for a new place to live could rise when the eviction moratorium is lifted in August.