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Coronavirus in Hawaii

More Hawaii Parents Are Pulling Their Kids From DOE To Home School Cory Lum/Civil Beat

More Hawaii Parents Are Pulling Their Kids From DOE To Home School

The increase in the first three months of the current school year is a likely sign of the way COVID-19 has impacted school enrollment.

Lee Cataluna: Protection For Renters Can Be A Nightmare for Landlords

Lee Cataluna: Protection For Renters Can Be A Nightmare for Landlords

Hawaii’s strict eviction moratorium leaves homeowners with little protection against bad tenants.

4 COVID-19 Cases Confirmed On Lanai Cory Lum/Civil Beat

4 COVID-19 Cases Confirmed On Lanai

At least one of the people diagnosed is believed to have contracted the virus while traveling.

DOE Officials Have Spent $38M On Devices For Students Cory Lum/Civil Beat

DOE Officials Have Spent $38M On Devices For Students

Hawaii school officials have purchased 49,000 computers for students but 23,000 have yet to be delivered.

New State Program Helps Businesses Adapt To A Changing Economy Denby Fawcett/Civil Beat

New State Program Helps Businesses Adapt To A Changing Economy

A $25 million fund can be tapped for a range of business initiatives.

Domestic Violence Is On The Rise In Hawaii Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Domestic Violence Is On The Rise In Hawaii

Many of the domestic violence survivors reaching out for help have been Native Hawaiian.

Gyms, Arcades, Vacation Rentals Could Reopen Thursday Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Gyms, Arcades, Vacation Rentals Could Reopen Thursday

Those are among the business restrictions that could be lifted with Oahu’s move to Tier 2 of its reopening plan.

VIRUS TRACKER — Oct. 20: 91 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat

VIRUS TRACKER — Oct. 20: 91 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii

Oahu is on track to loosen some restrictions on gyms and restaurants this week.

Denby Fawcett: Hawaii Tourism Needs To Become Smarter Caleb Hartsfield/Civil Beat

Denby Fawcett: Hawaii Tourism Needs To Become Smarter

Tourists to Hawaii today expect clear information and better technology to feel safe.
Coronavirus in Hawaii