The retired Honolulu firefighter was one of 12 residents of the Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home to die with COVID-19.
Inmates at Hawaii Community Correctional Center set fire to mattresses, plastic chairs and books.
The Council on Revenues predicts Hawaii tourism will be doing a very modest business by November, but will recover slowly.
The disturbance was brought under control but some injuries and damage was reported.
Paroling Authority Chairman Fred Hyun is to assess strengths and weaknesses in corrections and law enforcement.
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Maui police were called to be on standby in case they were needed, according to jail officials.
Harry Kim says he is waiting for approval from Gov. David Ige for a ban on beach gatherings Sept. 4-19.