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COVID-19 is prompting the University of Hawaii to reduce some of its teaching programs, including a foundational course in human dissection.
A controversial bill that outlined a state health department screening response during public health emergencies has died at the state Capitol.
With money from Common Ground, two companies are finding ways to scale up and pivot away from tourism despite COVID-19.
State officials reported 41 new cases on Tuesday, the highest single-day increase since the start of the pandemic.
The U.S. government finally released the names of companies participating in federal coronavirus relief programs after months of obfuscation.
People want to help or just stretch their legs, and groups are organizing events with safety guidelines in mind.
It’s time to put Hawaii first again and show a little self-respect for ourselves by making tourists pay their fair share.