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Gov. David Ige has alarmed government watchdogs with his proclamations that shut the public out of public meetings and eliminates the release of public records.
Pre-recorded sermons sent via YouTube, Sunday service on Facebook Live and congregations united on Zoom are some of the ways churches are adapting.
The solution is a patchwork of instructional packets and virtual lesson planning as no end appears in sight for the coronavirus timeline.
The package includes $377 billion for small businesses. Loan money spent on payroll and rent for the next two months doesn’t have to be paid back.
It will put a damper on the Hawaii economy when we should instead be doing everything to support it.
Some policymakers want to keep wind turbines away from homes but energy developers say there’s not much room to maneuver on a small island.
Multiple health clinics and hospitals have reported they are running short on supplies and the community is responding.
UPDATED: The new cases bring the total in Hawaii to 151.
Modern economies run on trust and confidence. COVID-19 is breaking down that trust.
Doug Domenech says the U.S. is “on the cusp” of extending agreements with three Micronesian nations.
When the Legislature recessed indefinitely, pay increases for workers was among its unfinished business.
State health officials said Friday private laboratories gained the ability to test in-state this Wednesday, which should decrease wait times.
Transit officials do aim to keep enough buses on the road so riders can practice social distancing against the threat of COVID-19.
A new testing and quarantine center is slated to open Wednesday in Iwilei.
As Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell has improved his crisis messaging, Ige fades into the background.
A warming climate could negatively impact Hawaii residents’ ability to fight off diseases like the flu and COVID-19, and will enable the spread of more ailments.
A majority of adults in Hawaii know global warming is happening, but not many discuss the issue with friends, family or co-workers.
The USS Arizona and USS Utah have leaked thousands of gallons of oil in Pearl Harbor since the 1941 attack and there’s no plan to stop the flow anytime soon.