HONOLULU — Honolulu police officers and officials with Hawaii’s public school system discriminated against a disabled Black child by handcuffing, arresting and interrogating the 10-year-old girl for a “run-of-the-mill” dispute between children, the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii said.
HONOLULU — The number of students enrolled at the University of Hawaii’s 10 campuses increased this fall for the first time in a decade.
Preliminary designs for road restoration projects in Lower Puna have been submitted to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for approval.
Imagine someone reupholstering your chair — while you’re still sitting in it.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 could be a record year for film and television production in Hawaii — especially now that a looming labor strike has been averted.
At the direction of President Joe Biden, Gov. David Ige has ordered that the U.S. flag and Hawaii state flag be flown at half-staff at the state capitol and upon all state offices and agencies as well as the Hawaii National Guard through midnight tonight. This action marks the National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service being held in Washington, D.C. to honor law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty and their families.
Hilo Medical Center has treated dozens of people in its monoclonal antibody treatment clinic since it opened last month.
For the second wet season in a row, Hawaii is in a La Nina weather cycle, and the National Weather Service is forecasting above-average rainfall for the season.
The state Department of Health is reporting 34 new cases of COVID-19 in Hawaii County today and 487 active cases, with 12 persons hospitalized.
“So far, we’re going ahead.”
The Department of Public Safety has implemented a vaccine incentive program for inmates.
HONOLULU — Organizers are planning for the Honolulu Marathon, even though it’s not clear government officials will allow it to be held in December.