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When the Legislature recessed indefinitely, pay increases for workers was among its unfinished business.
A new testing and quarantine center is slated to open Wednesday in Iwilei.
Modern economies run on trust and confidence. COVID-19 is breaking down that trust.
With the COVID-19 crisis upon us, those who can give more must give more.
To be pro-active and self-sufficient, the people of Hawaii should grow more of their own food.
As Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell has improved his crisis messaging, Ige fades into the background.
Mental health professionals are increasing doses or seeing patients more often. People with no history of psychiatric symptoms are also struggling.
Medical professionals are aligned with state efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.
UPDATED: Returning residents and visitors who landed at the Honolulu airport say they will abide by the state’s quarantine order, even if they’re not happy about it.
Nationwide, the federal Department of Labor reported 3 million more unemployment claims last week, dwarfing the previous high from 1982.
Hawaii has a large number of big and often overcrowded households, complicating COVID-19 social distancing efforts.
Social contact can spread the virus but also protect communities during crises, so we rely on imperfect social media.
The state says that, despite overcrowding, there will be room to isolate sick inmates.
Some more rural Hawaii hospitals say their normal vendors are rationing supplies.
Hawaii’s lieutenant governor said he and the governor talked about working more closely together on the coronavirus crisis.
Supplies are dropping and hospitals are conserving blood as much as possible. But health officials say it’s still safe to give blood.
A warming climate could negatively impact Hawaii residents’ ability to fight off diseases like the flu and COVID-19, and will enable the spread of more ailments.
A majority of adults in Hawaii know global warming is happening, but not many discuss the issue with friends, family or co-workers.
The USS Arizona and USS Utah have leaked thousands of gallons of oil in Pearl Harbor since the 1941 attack and there’s no plan to stop the flow anytime soon.