The elderly are most at risk, but for those with dementia, getting consent can be complicated.
After 25 years, the Agribusiness Development Corp. hasn’t helped Hawaii re-fashion former sugar and pineapple plantations into viable economic engines, audit says.
Trucks disrupting seals resting on the sand have been a problem for years at Wawamalu. The new barriers aim to stop that.
There is a long history of racism in U.S. policing which may have contributed to the violence on Jan. 6.
But state officials say the pace will pick up with mass vaccination centers, including one due to open Monday.
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Unlimited Construction has turned its Kauai workplace into a distance learning facility for employees’ kids.
Team sports will continue to be prohibited, and bars will stay closed.
Disproporsyonado na nagkakasakit ang mga Pilipino dulot ng bayrus at humantong ito sa malawakang pagkawala ng hanapbuhay.
Triple digit case counts continue as the state plans to open its first mass vaccination center Monday.
The initiative to develop digital lesson plans is being funded with $5 million in federal relief funds.
Democrats Ed Case and Kai Kahele have been coming to terms with the political violence carried out by a pro-Trump mob at the U.S. Capitol while trying to hold the president accountable.
Two of the deaths were on Oahu and the third was on Maui.
Single mothers in Hawaii are coping with virtual learning coupled with expensive child care and a lack of remote jobs.
Hawaii’s Department of Education requested private tutoring proposals in October to address “unprecedented issues related to student learning” due to the pandemic.
No fatalities were reported.
The mob-led insurrection at the symbolic and hallowed institution offers teachable moments in the classroom.
Mayor Rick Blangiardi – who voted for President Trump in 2016 – called the insurrection at the Capitol “reprehensible.”