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Oahu crackdown begins Saturday, with partial interisland travel quarantine to follow on Tuesday. Gov. David Ige says an announcement on schools and colleges is coming soon.
The leading candidates took in a lot of money last year, but have essentially paused fundraising for the governor’s race, records show.
The mayor said Managing Director Roy Amemiya is needed now “more than ever.”
It’s not too late to vote.
Unlike other city officials under investigation by the feds, Amemiya will not be going on leave, city officials say.
After closing down two Chinatown bars for violations, the city is ordering the shutdown of all bars.
Everyone who works at the Hawaii Kai fire station has been ordered to quarantine for two weeks.
Keith Amemiya and Steve Alm have raised and spent the most overall but their challengers gained momentum in the month leading up to the primary.