Federal funding and private donations helped support local food producers and feed thousands of local families during the pandemic.
But economists say state officials need to do more to help the economy recover, including better messaging and loosening tight travel rules.
More cities are adopting a model for de-escalation that has the potential to benefit people with mental illness, allow police to focus on serious crime and save taxpayer dollars.
Our research showed that fishes such as sharks, grouper and tuna that hunt other fishes or marine organisms as food were more likely to ingest plastic.
Private pre-kindergarten programs have lost $7 million in tuition as fewer families send children to school, according to the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools.
Hawaii’s charismatic U.S. attorney is an up and coming conservative. Hawaii’s GOP would love to talk him into running for office here.
A woman charged in the 2017 beating death of Telma Boinville says she didn’t participate in the killing.
Remember that other lawmaker who got arrested for DUI? Of course you do.
The UHERO executive director and research fellow assess the state of the economy, the vaccination rollout and more nearly one year after COVID-19.
Lt. Gen. Ron Place says he and other leaders are trying to understand why as many as a third of service members refused to take the vaccine.
More than 325,000 users have downloaded AlohaSafe Alert as of Feb. 25, the smartphone app developers say.
Other COVID-19 variants are also on the upswing in the islands.
Once again, Hawaii’s governor and lieutenant governor are confusing us all when it comes to what’s happening with the state’s recovery plans and projections.
The United States has been gutting public health for decades and we are all paying the price.
If we cut teacher differentials for special education teachers, those who suffer the most will be the ones who need teachers the most.
A bill would require landlords to enter mediation upon a tenant’s request, but some advocates say the measure doesn’t do enough to protect renters at risk of eviction.
But proponents hope the group could still be Hawaii’s best chance at building consensus over the future of a mountain considered sacred by many.