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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Honolulu police officers informed people who were on the beach in Waikiki to leave Tuesday. People can cross the beach to either enter or exit the water but are not allowed to stay on the sand, according to one of the officers patrolling the area.
Isle tourism won’t improve until curve flattens

Hawaii’s visitor industry is under siege as COVID-19 containment measures and dropping visitor demand have slowed tourism — the largest contributor to the state’s growth — to a trickle. Read more

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                A city worker pressure-washed the sidewalk along North Pauahi Street in Chinatown on Tuesday.
State sees first death

An older Oahu man recently hospitalized with multiple medical issues became Hawaii’s first fatality linked to the new coronavirus as cases in the islands climbed to 224. Read more

JAMM AQUINO / MARCH 25
                                Honolulu Acting Prosecuting Attorney Dwight Nadamoto has said he wants any decisions about inmates’ releases from facilities including Oahu Community Correctional Center to be made on a case-by-case basis, and initially argued that every inmate should be tested for the new coronavirus before being released into the community.
Mayor Caldwell and police chief oppose release of jail inmates

Mayor Kirk Caldwell and Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard raised new objections Tuesday to the proposed release of hundreds of inmates from overcrowded state jails, arguing that releasing prisoners now will trigger an increase in crime at the worst possible time. Read more

UH Hilo hires Leonard as full-time coach

The University of Hawaii Hilo removed the interim tag from the title of volleyball coach Chris Leonard, naming him the full-time leader of the Vulcan program, the school announced on Tuesday. Read more

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                                A man walks along a closed pier on Waikiki Beach Saturday in Honolulu.
Editorial: Neighbor islands need protection

The same aspect of island life that produces many challenges — remote isolation, high living costs — is ironically offering some measure of protection for Hawaii in the pandemic era. Read more

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