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Hawaii Plans To Destroy Expired Covid Tests That Cost $22.5M Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii Plans To Destroy Expired Covid Tests That Cost $22.5M

The state said the kits were bought for nursing homes and prisons in 2020 but were put in storage after the feds provided an easier-to-use version.

Hawaiian Airlines Cancels Dozens Of Flights Because Of Pilot Shortages Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaiian Airlines Cancels Dozens Of Flights Because Of Pilot Shortages

The company said the problems were due to training issues related to a flight simulator.

Federal Agents Disrupt Cyberattack On Oahu Department of Defense

Federal Agents Disrupt Cyberattack On Oahu

The attack was targeting phone and internet infrastructure on the island.

Hawaii’s Only Refinery Suspends Purchases Of Russian Crude Oil Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat/2016

Hawaii’s Only Refinery Suspends Purchases Of Russian Crude Oil

Par Pacific said it will turn to other sources from North and South America to meet petroleum demand in the islands.

Navy Finds High Levels Of Petroleum, Lead, Other Compounds In Tap Water Courtesy: DOH/2021

Navy Finds High Levels Of Petroleum, Lead, Other Compounds In Tap Water

Most Pearl Harbor-area neighborhoods are still advised not to drink the water.

Helicopter Crashes At Kauai Missile Range Facility, Killing Four People Hawaii News Now/2022

Helicopter Crashes At Kauai Missile Range Facility, Killing Four People

The helicopter was operated by a military contractor participating in a training operation.

Former Na Leo TV CEO Sentenced To Prison For Embezzlement And Bribery Jason Armstrong/Civil Beat/2018

Former Na Leo TV CEO Sentenced To Prison For Embezzlement And Bribery

Stacy Higa admitted to embezzling more than $38,000 from AmeriCorps and offering a bribe in return for grants under Covid aid.

HNN/Civil Beat Special Report: Navy’s Water System Woes Won’t Be Resolved Soon Screenshot/2021

HNN/Civil Beat Special Report: Navy’s Water System Woes Won’t Be Resolved Soon

Hawaii News Now partnered with Honolulu Civil Beat to put together a digital special report on the crisis.

Hawaii Confirms Two More Cases Of Omicron Coronavirus Variant Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii Confirms Two More Cases Of Omicron Coronavirus Variant

Officials are investigating eight other suspected cases and urged residents who may be connected to “points of exposure” to get tested.