Records show that two officers recorded more than 300 hours of overtime from Sept. 27 to Oct. 31. That translates to 65 hours of overtime each week.
First responders and health care workers will get access to the vaccine first, followed by the elderly and people with chronic health conditions.
The mayor-elect of Honolulu has launched a jobs portal to find viable candidates.
One Hawaii resident has died out of state.
The incident violated Hawaii’s Fair Treatment law.
Chuukese, Marshallese and Samoan residents have been getting the deadly virus at the highest rates.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s administration will make final decisions by the end of the year in an attempt to close a $400 million budget shortfall.
With the nation entering a “dark winter” of the pandemic, it doesn’t make sense to hold off until the new year to change a state law.
Weekly trends are more important to pay attention to than daily numbers, health officials say.
Gov. David Ige tightened restrictions as Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell cast doubt on the state’s surveillance program.
School leaders are preparing contingency plans due to huge funding shortfalls brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three-quarters of electric production came from petroleum and coal in 2019.
The lawmaker in charge of vetting judicial candidates noted Eddins’ vast legal experience.
Indigenous burial traditions were already threatened by economic pressures and changing cultures. Then the pandemic struck.
People often give meaning to the numbers when there is none. This election proves that.
UPDATED. More than half of the state’s inmates serving time at the Arizona facility were infected, and one inmate was confirmed to have died Tuesday.
Hawaii’s public schools and university system in particular can and must do more to address systemic racism and sexism.
A newly installed police commissioner asked the chief to explain why force is being used more often by Honolulu officers.