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                                Queen’s Medical Center volunteer nurse Lauline Keller administered the measles vaccine today to Ese Toma, 14.
Samoans grateful for Hawaii medical team

An emergency medical team from Hawaii, along with Samoan volunteers and aid workers from other countries, immunized more than 20,000 residents on the first day of a mandatory vaccination campaign. Read more

                                Members of the media reported on the shooting Wednesday during a news conference with Rear Adm. Robb Chadwick at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Many questions hang over Pearl Harbor shooting

The troubled 22-year-old Pearl Harbor sailor identified as shooting three shipyard workers Wednesday and then killing himself may have come from a troubled ship. Read more

                                Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green checked on the heartbeat of one year old Joanne Semisi who was brought in by Imeleta Silva during a measles epidemic response in Samoa on Thursday, December 5, 2019.
Lee Cataluna: A show of leadership that wasn’t just for show

When state Sen. Josh Green wanted to be lieutenant governor, campaigning not just for higher office, but to serve specifically as an unappreciated No. 2 under the cold, uncollaborative David Ige, it seemed such a waste of an experienced emergency room doctor in a state where we have a perpetual shortage of doctors and an overage of do-nothing politicians. Read more

                                Mayor Kirk Caldwell
Reaction to the shipyard shooting

U.S. Sen. Mazie K. Hirono: “While the investigation into this incident continues, my thoughts and aloha are with the victims of the terrible tragedy at Joint Base Pearl Harbor- Hickam and with their families. I join all of Hawaii in expressing our gratitude to the first responders who rush toward danger every day to keep us safe.” Read more

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