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The Federal Detention Center reports one of the inmates testing positive was released and the other is in isolation.
More businesses will close in the weeks ahead unless tourism resumes soon, financial forecasters say.
A seasoned politician squares off against a political newcomer who almost unseated him two years ago.
Uncertainty surrounds the $600-per-week unemployment payments, virus testing and even public worker furloughs.
Ritte warns tourism must be controlled, while DeCoite sees a need for jobs.
The House money committee chair says the governor told state departments to hold off on spending.
Newly released messages show the Hawaii governor’s thinking behind actions he took on five major bills approved by lawmakers in May.