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Seniors in good standing through the third quarter will receive a high school diploma.
The Hawaii governor suspended state laws that allow citizens access to public meetings and records while officials struggle to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
UPDATED: With more than 20 new cases of the coronavirus reported each day, Hawaii could see its infection numbers surpass 300 this weekend.
The money can be used to address affordable housing for some of the state’s most vulnerable populations, including the homeless, low-income and those diagnosed with HIV and AIDS.
The world has stopped seeming familiar as we battle the slow-moving threat of COVID-19.
Honolulu’s hotels could house Oahu’s homeless population several times over, but officials have announced no concrete plans to expand the shelter system’s capacity.
But health officials say the company’s masks aren’t really a help to the medical community which has recently received a new supply from established providers.
Council members do not want detainees to be released without support amid the pandemic.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige needs to immediately lift his blanket suspension of the state’s public records and open meetings laws.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s comments contradict the CDC and the experience of correctional facilities across the country where coronavirus is spreading rapidly.