Hawaii is among the states where cases are growing fastest.
The report by University of Hawaii economists follows a critical report by the Hawaii State Auditor.
The money should be used instead to support critical state services.
HART’s new executive director Lori Kahikina says she’s open to any ideas that avoid having to get special utility clearances along Dillingham Boulevard.
Hawaii’s governor lowered his target budget reduction for DOE from 10% to 2.5%, which could translate to fewer teacher layoffs and cuts to after-school activities.
The Trump administration had previously agreed to pay for 75% of costs associated with the historic nationwide deployments of National Guardsmen.
The change is a result of a bill signed by former President Donald Trump restoring federal Medicaid funding for citizens of Compact of Free Association nations.
The former Hawaii congresswoman seeks to engage with new audiences.
The three fatalities were on Oahu.
The Hawaii County Council deferred action on a bill to ban most pedestrians on the Waipio Valley Road, but residents believe a compromise may be near.
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Hawaii is helping to coordinate with a testing and quarantine center in Waikiki to facilitate the first repatriation effort since the pandemic began.
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The new chief of staff has previously worked for city and state government agencies.
In a statement, Gov. David Ige said he knew about Sen. Laura Acasio’s background opposing the Thirty Meter Telescope when he appointed her.
The nation’s lone island state has its own aggressive climate goals and had pledged to follow the Paris accords even after the U.S. withdrew.
Participants handed out taro cuttings and called on lawmakers to invest in agriculture.
Nearly 200 troops were deployed to Washington, D.C., to provide security for the inauguration.
Traditional festivities and speeches were all canceled amid security concerns and the threat of COVID-19.