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The Department of Education doesn’t track how many students lack computers and internet access, but they tend to be low income and in rural areas.
Like other businesses, the pot shops are offering special kupuna services and social distancing practices.
Confusion within the Ige administration over Hawaii’s collective bargaining law is slowing aid to departments feeling the crunch of the coronavirus crisis.
Repercussions from the COVID-19 pandemic are driving faster, stronger reforms in several countries known for illegal trafficking in animals.
Researchers think ethnicity may play a role in how hard a population gets hit by the virus.
In Hawaii, the projected peak for coronavirus cases is in early May. But it’s a moving date, dependent on a complex set of factors.
The fragility of our supply chain and the need for food self-sufficiency has never been so apparent.
The number of guard members on active duty has been doubled and will help at the airport as well as assist law enforcement, officials said.
Three of Hawaii’s county mayors have asked Trump to implement a ban on air travel to the islands.
It’s not clear yet precisely how the city will spend those federal dollars. Officials say they’re still incurring costs, so it’s still too early to know.
UPDATED: The state health department is now required to review how plastic affects water after the federal agency found it ignored evidence and data.
The attorney general’s office says a statewide policy requiring workers to show documents proving they can drive for work is not necessary.
We are at serious risk of a public health catastrophe in our correctional facilities and communities.
The local party is conducting its presidential primary by mail-in voting and asking voters to rank candidates in order of preference.
Public sector leaders are also criticizing Gov. David Ige for what they see as shoddy communication and coordination during the crisis.
This won’t be our last crisis, so it’s time to take steps to counteract the global market’s shortcomings.