For people who end up homeless on Oʻahu, HPD's tent shelter projects are often the first available step off the street. HPR's Noe Tanigawa reports these low-barrier shelters are critical as sweeps, now called "clean ups," continue.
A day after students began returning to the classroom, Gov. David Ige joined The Conversation to talk about Hawaiʻi's next steps in this phase of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hawaiʻi Department of Education Delays Fall Sports Season, Requires COVID-19 Vaccines for All InvolvedAll public school student-athletes must be vaccinated against COVID-19 to play sports in the upcoming school year, the Hawaiʻi State Department of Education announced Wednesday.
As the state aims for a 70% COVID-19 vaccination rate, a community health center on Hawaiʻi Island is using gift cards as an incentive to get patients vaccinated.
University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo Center for Maunakea Stewardship Rangers are warning tourists to exercise caution when visiting the mountain.
The Hawaiʻi Innocence Project says officials wrongfully arrested a homeless man for a crime committed by another person, locked him up in a state hospital for more than two years, forced him to take powerful medication and then tried to cover up the mistake by quietly setting him free.
Above the Equator Gallery opened at the beginning of summer in Hilo. Three women, all astute art observers, opened the gallery to reach new audiences with as yet unheard stories from across the islands.
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