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A group of students and faculty at the University of California are calling on the university to divest from its financial involvement in the Thirty Meter Telescope project after obtaining documents that allege the university has concealed the extent of that involvement.
COVID-19-mandated school closure and the sudden shift to distance learning has challenged everyone — students, families and teachers. One Hawaii Island school has found an innovative way to connect teachers with students and families and keep the learning happening.
A large gap in sites for the state Department of Education’s summer grab-and-go program, which provides free meals to children, is raising concerns in West Hawaii.
The Hawaii Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating 29-year-old Melissa E. Murdock who was reported as missing.
HONOLULU — Honolulu is not capable of effectively enforcing a mandatory, 14-day quarantine on visitors staying in Oahu vacation rentals during the coronavirus pandemic, an official said.
HONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers on Thursday recessed after passing multiple funding bills designed to cope with the shock of the coronavirus pandemic that has hammered the state’s tourism-dependent economy.
How would you spend $80 million? Mayor Harry Kim had less than two days to submit a plan to the state Legislature, and now that SB 75 passed and is on its way to the governor, a plan is taking shape.
Fees for sewers and rubbish disposal will continue to increase, taxes could rise for luxury second homes and services will be cut countywide, but County Council members still found room in the budget Thursday to add another $565,000 for their contingency accounts and golf subsidies.
Gov. David Ige said Thursday he’s considering lifting the 14-day mandatory quarantine currently in place for interisland air travelers, saying “measures are pointing in the right direction to make this move.”
Arrests and citations for violating Gov. David Ige’s stay-at-home order continue to climb.
In anticipation of large crowds and gatherings combined with the lack of resources to enforce COVID-19 safe physical distancing practices, the County of Hawaii Department of Public Works is closing Waipio Valley to the public from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday through Monday.
Hawaii now has the capacity to conduct more than 3,600 COVID-19 tests per day, state officials announced Thursday.
Health officials reported four new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, including three on the Big Island and one on Maui.