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The federal government is providing up to 5,000 free COVID-19 tests per day for the next two weeks.
The candidates for Honolulu prosecutor sparred in a debate on Monday.
Epidemiologists say keeping beaches, parks and hiking trails shut down without justification could backfire, driving people indoors and increasing distrust in government at a critical time.
The woman reported that an HPD officer assaulted her, destroyed her phone and harassed her.
One vacancy remains on the commission charged with providing oversight of the Honolulu Police Department.
Donna Leong submitted her resignation over a month ago, but the city never shared the news.
Amemiya announces more union support as his opponent secures the backing of former candidate Colleen Hanabusa.
The longtime Democrat chose the more conservative Blangiardi over self-proclaimed Democrat Keith Amemiya.
The two former businessmen, both in their first foray into politics, are headed to the Nov. 3 general election