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A trip to an Ala Moana Center watch dealer shows just how far businesses have come in changing their protocols.
Many immigrants from the Philippines have to decide between saving money to survive unemployment or sending it to relatives.
With the state’s largest industry shut down and federal funds soon to dry up, nothing is on the horizon to replace residents’ lost income.
The group, seeing gaps in enforcement, has helped state and local investigators track down scofflaw tourists.
State emergency management officials are trying to better understand COVID-19’s toll on island communities.
The $100 million in relief has been a lifeline to Hawaii hospitals and clinics during the pandemic, but it won’t fully cover their losses.
Fishery managers met remotely this week to discuss the dwindling of their markets because of COVID-19.
Lawmakers scrambling for ways to restart tourism expressed concern on Thursday after the governor announced plans to extend a 14-day travel quarantine.
The state panel of economic experts now says Hawaii will be short by hundreds of millions of dollars more than expected.