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The university is developing a master plan to help address economic challenges undergraduates are facing.
Some say recognizing Juneteenth must be followed by efforts to improve racial inequity in Hawaii.
The Honolulu prosecutor says only a small fraction of abusive family members are convicted, but that should change under a new policy.
The demand for housing vouchers is so high that people have to pre-apply and be chosen by a lottery in order to join the wait list for the program.
The office will be reestablished with the help of nearly $25 million in federal funds.
The number of renters who are looking for a new place to live could rise when the eviction moratorium is lifted in August.
People receiving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance in Hawaii include contractors and self-employed residents.