A moratorium on evictions for people who fell behind on rent during the coronavirus pandemic expires in early August in Hawaiʻi. Officials hope federal rent assistance and a new state law encouraging landlords to enter mediation with their tenants will prevent evictions.
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U.S. authorities say a Louisiana woman who was honeymooning in Hawaii has been fined $500 after a social media video showed her touching an endangered Hawaiian monk seal.
The state Senate formally rejected Gov. David Ige's appointment of Daniel Gluck to the Hawaiʻi Intermediate Court of Appeals after Gluck expressed his desire to withdraw from the process.
June was a good month for state tourism compared to last year. But it wasn't as busy as 2019.
The Neal S. Blaisdell Center has received just over $3 million from the federal Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program to recoup lost revenue caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
At the height of summer, there's often a song that captures the moment perfectly. This year, it could be by Anuhea or The Green, with a distinct reggae flavor. Forty years ago, guitarist, ukulele player Peter Moon was pumping out songs that captured the moment of Hawaiʻi's cultural renaissance.
Some areas of Maui are in extreme drought conditions, and ranchers there are struggling to feed their cattle.
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