Winter Wonderland is Now a Socially Distant Event Inside a Stadium

November 19, 2020

Winter Wonderland is Going to Take Place at Aloha Stadium The Winter Wonderland is going to take place with a twist at the Aloha Sta...Read More


Landlords Owed Back Rent Urged to Negotiate Agreements

November 2, 2020

Landlords need to begin talking with their renters now. Experts believe they need to discuss how to settle up back rent in order to avoid expensive lawsuits and evictions once the state's evictio...Read More


Meals are Free and to Grab-and-Go Return to Public Schools This Fall

October 14, 2020

Meals are Free to Grab-and-Go More than 200 public schools will receive free grab-and-go meals through December 18th. The Hawaii...Read More


Census Almost Done Keeping Count of Homeless Hawaiians

September 25, 2020

Honolulu, Hawaii: The U.S. Census Bureau is reporting there is new data to support that Hawaii making headway in accurately counting its homeless population. The data shows that Hawaii is at 99.6...Read More

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Hawaiian Airlines Banning Anti-maskers

September 4, 2020

Hawaiian Airlines, like many other US airlines, are banning passengers that happen to be anti-maskers. After enforcing the mask requirement, t...Read More


Maui COVID-19 Reports Stem From Large Beach Parties

August 3, 2020

Maui, HI - New reports of COVID-19 cases are surging on the island of Maui. While the islands continue to enforce stay-at-home policies, residents are fed up with it. ...Read More

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Small Business Pleads For Shoppers

July 9, 2020

Honolulu, HI - Small business owners gathered on Wednesday to plead for support from the community. They claim that buying local will help keep their business afloat during the pandemic. ...Read More


MMJ Vape Cartridges Deemed Not Safe

June 4, 2020

MMJ cartridges across the island chain are turning out to be unsafe by state officials. Through the islands multiple reports from MMJ card ho...Read More


Reopening Hawaii: Some Businesses Return

May 1, 2020

States began mulling over when to reopen over the past few weeks. While some take large strides, like Georgia, others remain more cautious, like California. Hawaii opts for a more middle road app...Read More

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Pay Cuts Likely For State’s Public Employees

April 15, 2020

The economic recession resulting from the global pandemic continues to batter Hawaii. A state largely reliant on tourism, visits effectively ground to a halt. Stay at home orders and mandatory tw...Read More

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