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The Hawaii Variable Index: 2020 By The Numbers Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Hawaii Variable Index: 2020 By The Numbers

COVID-19, elections and more. What a year it’s been.

Saving Hawaii’s Koa Industry — And The Environment Denby Fawcett/Civil Beat

Saving Hawaii’s Koa Industry — And The Environment

Updated: The private sector and state are coming together to ensure an abundance of koa far into the future.

Federal Aid Means Hawaii Will Avoid State Worker Furloughs — For Now Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Federal Aid Means Hawaii Will Avoid State Worker Furloughs — For Now

The new round of federal relief could bring millions of dollars to Hawaii’s agencies and struggling residents.

Big Island Economy Is ‘Getting By’ As The Pandemic Persists Tom Hasslinger/Civil Beat

Big Island Economy Is ‘Getting By’ As The Pandemic Persists

While tourism-fueled businesses struggle from tighter travel restrictions, the housing market has remained healthy and aquaculture continues to grow.

Aloha Stadium Won’t Host Events For The Foreseeable Future Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Aloha Stadium Won’t Host Events For The Foreseeable Future

The University of Hawaii is already considering alternate sites such as high school stadiums for the 2021 football season.

Hawaii COVID-19 Hospitalizations Vary Widely By Race And Ethnicity City & County of Honolulu

Hawaii COVID-19 Hospitalizations Vary Widely By Race And Ethnicity

The state Department of Health posted COVID-19 hospitalization data by race on its website Monday for the first time since the pandemic began.

Hundreds Of Containers — Some With ‘Dangerous Goods’ — Fall From Ship Near Hawaii

Hundreds Of Containers — Some With ‘Dangerous Goods’ — Fall From Ship Near Hawaii

The Coast Guard isn’t sure where the containers are or what was in them, but is monitoring the situation as the ship sails to Japan for repairs.

Without Money, Hawaii’s Police Standards Board Is ‘Dead In The Water’ Screenshot

Without Money, Hawaii’s Police Standards Board Is ‘Dead In The Water’

Updated: A national organization has volunteered to help the board in the meantime as members prepare to ask the Legislature for help again.

Gov. David Ige Appoints New Public Safety Director

Gov. David Ige Appoints New Public Safety Director

Former Public Safety Director Nolan Espinda retired in September.

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