The federal government's partial shutdown is having an impact on future jobs in Hawaii.
The state is putting a hiring freeze on all future applicants. Those who got hired Friday won't be able to start until the beginning of next year, at the very least.
The temporary hiring freeze will only affect the state's Executive Branch.
Hawaii usually gets $250 million a month from the federal government, but because of the shutdown, the state is trying to make up for the money it's not getting.
"This will be a way to start conserving monies within the department, so they can reallocate those funds to pay for federal services the state is now picking up in the midst of the shutdown," State Finance Director Kalbert Young said.
It's still not sure whether the state will be reimbursed.
Thousands gathered at the memorial to pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice and to those who survived.
It may take drivers a little longer to get around this weekend. On Sunday, there will be lane and road closures for the Honolulu Marathon.
The city has received more reports of stray bullets from the Koko Head Rifle Range. So the city is closing the range while it figures out how to make it safer.