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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.

Hawaii State Capitol Opens To The Public Monday Chad Blair/Civil Beat/2022

Hawaii State Capitol Opens To The Public Monday

It has been off-limits to many for nearly two years because of Covid and security concerns.

‘Grab And Go’: How Officials Seized A Fifth Grader To Live With A Father She Barely Knew Courtesy: Hannah David

‘Grab And Go’: How Officials Seized A Fifth Grader To Live With A Father She Barely Knew

The case provides a rare glimpse of Hawaii officials’ immense power to remove children from their households, even without a court order.

Hawaii’s Economy Is Rebounding Faster Than Expected Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Hawaii’s Economy Is Rebounding Faster Than Expected

Mainland visitor arrivals in 2021 came close to meeting Hawaii’s banner year in 2019, when the state hosted more than 10 million visitors.

CPAC Speech Could Lead To Gabbard’s Expulsion From Hawaii Democrats Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

CPAC Speech Could Lead To Gabbard’s Expulsion From Hawaii Democrats

The party’s Oahu chapter is asked to investigate the former congresswoman, who is accused of helping to raise cash for the GOP.

Honolulu’s Mayor Is Lifting The Covid Vaccine Mandate For Indoor Venues Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Honolulu’s Mayor Is Lifting The Covid Vaccine Mandate For Indoor Venues

Mayor Rick Blangiardi said Oahu’s Safe Access program will end Saturday, but the statewide indoor mask mandate stands.

Micronesian Community Group Hosts Conversation With Honolulu Police Anita Hofschneider/Civil Beat/2022

Micronesian Community Group Hosts Conversation With Honolulu Police

The event was an effort to improve community relations with Honolulu police after reports of racial disparities and the killing of a 16-year-old Chuukese boy last year.

Hawaii Ethics Commission Posts Two Vacancies Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2016

Hawaii Ethics Commission Posts Two Vacancies

Interested people should submit an application, resume and letters of recommendation.

Hawaii Keeps Its Indoor Mask Mandate Despite New Federal Guidelines Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Hawaii Keeps Its Indoor Mask Mandate Despite New Federal Guidelines

The CDC says it’s safe to stop wearing masks in most of the United States, including Hawaii, as the latest coronavirus surge recedes.

Former Bishop Estate Trustee Oz Stender Dies Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2018

Former Bishop Estate Trustee Oz Stender Dies

Stender sought to improve accountability and financial management of the scandal-plagued trust in the 1990s.