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Care facilities restrict visits from family members and friends because of COVID-19, leaving many elderly people feeling isolated.
Mike McCartney says senators have intimidated his staff. He won’t allow a discussion on economic recovery plans until the Senate president steps in.
Josh Green is proposing the state ask random airline passengers to take a voluntary test as a way to measure the prevalence of the virus among travelers.
The state’s labor department is still trying to determine how many claims are left — and how long it will take to process them all.
The city wants to use federal aid to help achieve what has been a goal for years: diversifying the economy.
ER visits are way down at most hospitals. So too are visits for preventive care like colonoscopies or eye exams.
Kona is emerging from weeks of being shutdown but already the business landscape is looking different.
Gov. David Ige shouldn’t be pressured into reopening the state for tourism too early.
Venasio “Solo” Vaipulu reportedly left his designated quarantine location daily.
Gov. David Ige described the move as the first, incremental step to reopening Hawaii to tourists from outside of the state.
A trip to an Ala Moana Center watch dealer shows just how far businesses have come in changing their protocols.