The Conversation: Military families living in hotel limbo; Maui's polystyrene ban and impacts on beaches
- It's been two months since tainted drinking water displaced Red Hill families to Waikiki hotels. A military spouse shares her story about the uncertainty and being in a Waikiki hotel for so long.
- Honolulu Civil Beat reporter Christina Jedra tracks the court saga around the public corruption case at Honolulu Hale in today's Reality Check | Full Article
- Johnson Choi, head of the Hong Kong-China Hawaii Chamber of Commerce, is hoping for better times as the pandemic continues to weigh down world economies. | Full Segment
- Dr. Jennifer Lynch, co-director of the Hawaiʻi Pacific University Center for Marine Debris Research,
shares the results of a study on the effects of Maui County’s 2018 polystyrene ban. | Full Segment
- Dr. Allana Coffee is a clinical psychologist and mosaic artist. She's one of the artists featured in the new ARTS at Marks Garage exhibit opening tonight, "With HeART for Our First Responders." It's on display through Feb. 12. | First Friday happenings | Full Segment