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Blangiardi leads Hanabusa, Amemiya and Pine, but 42% say they are unsure or prefer none of the candidates.
The governor needs to cooperate with the Legislature instead of making a difficult situation worse.
Forget government action, local action by local people is what will make the biggest difference in getting through the pandemic.
The state’s only interisland shipper says it needs financial help to stay afloat as the coronavirus crisis causes revenue losses to grow.
Candidates outlined their qualifications for succeeding Mayor Kirk Caldwell.
Honolulu has an opportunity to imagine a new transit system that connects more people.
And by playing field, we mean the tax and zoning structures in which business operates.
A coalition called Uplift Hawaii is working toward a more resilient and equitable community for everyone.
A clear majority says it’s more important to stop COVID-19 from spreading than stop the economy from declining.
A local music store owner and a nonprofit have teamed up to present graduating seniors with an unusual gift.
Calls to crisis hotlines and hospital admissions for psychiatric problems are up as the economy unravels and many feel isolated by public health restrictions.
Small gatherings can resume soon as Mayor Kirk Caldwell called on businesses to protect their customers.
Voters have cooled on U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, too. But Lt. Gov. Josh Green is very popular.
Restaurants on Oahu will be allowed to open June 5 for customers to eat inside again.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools in March, the Hawaii schools chief says 80% to 95% of students have “consistent access to education material.”
Veterans were already lacking services and facing other challenges. The virus has exacerbated things.
Favorite daughter Tulsi Gabbard finishes fourth and is awarded no delegates in Democratic Party-run election.