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Hawaii cases have slowed to a trickle in May.
More than 100 Native Hawaiians fought in America’s bloodiest war. Finding out what happened to them is a near-impossible task.
The group, seeing gaps in enforcement, has helped state and local investigators track down scofflaw tourists.
State emergency management officials are trying to better understand COVID-19’s toll on island communities.
Lack of data about how many Native Hawaiians have coronavirus is indicative of a broader problem, advocates say.
Our leaders need to move quickly to completely lift the state and county COVID-19 lockdowns.
The $100 million in relief has been a lifeline to Hawaii hospitals and clinics during the pandemic, but it won’t fully cover their losses.
The Hawaii Med-QUEST division is wiping clean insurance contracts that were originally to go into effect in July.
One of Hawaii’s longest-serving lawmakers aims to fill a vacant council position.
But Native Hawaiian-owned businesses are less dependent on tourism than non-Native Hawaiian owned businesses, the survey found.
The economic aspects of the Compacts of Free Association are expiring and the U.S. wants to renegotiate the terms this year.
Hawaii lawmakers should focus on food production, hurricane preparedness and Hawaiian nationalism.
But when visitors begin to return in large numbers, it would be wise for locals to guard against xenophobia.
Fishery managers met remotely this week to discuss the dwindling of their markets because of COVID-19.
Steve Alm is out front so far. But two-thirds of Honolulu voters have not made up their minds and many have no idea who is running.