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List: Here's what's on track to reopen across HawaiiFor things that remain closed, here's a projected timeline for reopening.

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Former Miss Hawaii secures spot as NFL cheerleaderKathryn Teruya is the newest member of the Kansas City Chiefs cheer squad.

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Generous donors with good connections bolster Hawaii's PPE stockpileHawaii's healthcare providers received a massive shipment of surgical masks: 752,000 to be exact.

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Hotel workers in Hawaii worried about safetyHawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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Hawaii Daily COVID-19 Update: Wednesday, May 27, 2020Hawaii Daily COVID-19 update coronavirus reports and statistics from government departments as of Wednesday, May 27, 2020 in the Aloha State.

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DLIR Warns Public of Unemployment ScamsThe Department of Labor and Industrial Relations announced Wednesday that attempts may be made by criminals to file imposter claims in order to receive unemployment benefits.

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Hawaii Mental Health providers offer free servicesLeaders from the Hawaii Mental Health Pro Bono COVID-19 Project joined Mayor Kirk Caldwell today to announce a new program to provide support for the psychological well-being and mental health needs of individuals seeking help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Conversation: Reopening Driver Licensing CentersWhat to expect as driver licensing centers reopen; Returning to regular health visits; COVID-19 crisis also affecting mental health; Hawaiian Telcom on increased Internet demand; Internet access creates disparities in distance learning.

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One New Case on Hawai'i Island Brings COVID-19 State Total 644; 95.6% RecoveredTo date, 600 people have recovered including 106 in Maui County. There are currently 27 active cases in the state.

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HPD Cites 5 for 'Prohibited Acts' From May 20-26None of the past week's statistics involved visitors violating the 14-day travel self-quarantine.

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Hawaii Air Arrivals Update for May 26Yesterday, Tuesday, May 26, 2020, Hawaii air arrivals totaled 869 people. During this same time last year, nearly 30,000 passengers arrived in Hawaii daily, including residents and visitors.

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DLIR Response to Slow Unemployment Web PortalSenate Bill 75, Section 4 provides $8,154,000 for information technology, systems, and staffing for the department.

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HPD Reports New Case of COVID-19 on Big IslandHawai'i Department of Health officials reported one new case of COVID-19 overnight, bringing the statewide total to 644.

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Hirono Interview: National Testing, Postal Service, CARES Act FundingUS Senator Mazie Hirono discussed her advocacy for national testing, federal funding of the US Postal Service, distribution of CARES Act Funding and the impacts of lost tourism in the islands.

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Honolulu Mayor's Plans for PSPsAs part of Honolulu Mayor Caldwell's proposal, "Personal Service Providers" will be allowed to resume operations with modifications on Friday, May 29.

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My daily face routine!I hope everyone is having a blessed day! Today I wanted to share my current face routine!

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It Takes All TypesSo, when COVID-19 first reared its ugly head, it put blood drives in jeopardy. Minor disruptions soon turned more drastic with businesses around the state closing and events being scrubbed.

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Keiki AthletesSend pictures of your young sports stars to [email protected] Please provide first and last names of athletes pictured, their ages.

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Delegation Urges USDA to Provide Relief Funding to Aid Hawaii's Specialty Crop FarmersU.S. Senators Brian Schatz and Mazie K. Hirono and U.S. Representatives Tulsi Gabbard and Ed Case called on the U.S. Department of Agriculture to expand its Coronavirus Food Assistance Program to include Hawai'i's unique specialty crops and help Hawai'i farmers.

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Hilo Man Charged for Several Offenses, Found With Missing MinorUpon checking, officers observed an unresponsive female in the passenger seat, who was identified as the missing minor.

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DHS Releases New Guidance and Contract Opportunities for Child Care FacilitiesEligible child care providers may now apply for $11.9 million of additional federal funds to increase the safety and protect the health of children in their care.

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Hot ShotsLam Donates Liv-n-Aloha Necklaces To Hospital Workers Over the past few weeks, Leighton Lam Designs has donated more than 700.

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Love From AboveJosh Tatofi's star continues to rise among lovers of Hawaiian mele and R&B balladry, thanks to his velvety smooth voice and rock-solid work ethic.

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COVID-19 Drive-Through Testing in Kona and Waikoloa AnnouncedAntibody testing will be offered only to those previously identified as having had the Coronavirus, or those with high risk exposures, including healthcare workers, first responders, and family members or those with close contact to known positives.

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County Launches Emergency Resilience Loan ProgramFunds will go to qualified applicants on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Leaving San Francisco: CoronavirusI eventually got to a near perfect itinerary for myself. I would start in France and basically road trip around France for about 2.5 weeks, starting in Paris and making my way up north to Saint-Michel and then down the coast to the South of France, moving my way up to Switzerland, where I'd spend about 10 days hiking through it.

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Hawaii vacation rental occupancy sluggish in April 2020In April 2020, the total monthly supply of Hawaii vacation rentals was 319,500 unit nights and monthly demand was 16,000 unit nights, resulting in an - eTurboNews - Trends - Travel News - Hawaii Travel News.

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Business Spotlight: Premier Restoration Hawai'i's Uilani Kailiwai Explains Why You Should Consult A Professional for Water and Mold DamageNews and Happenings Maui News Business Entertainment Traffic Sports Weather Surf Crime Discussion Ohana Upcoming Events.

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University of California invested $68M in Hawaii telescopeHONOLULU — The University of California system has invested more than $68 million in the Thirty Meter Telescope project in Hawaii, a report said.

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Fishermen catch 220-pound tuna and donate it to frontline health care workers in Hawaii"Anytime you can get fresh fish prepared for you and given to you, my god what else can we ask for," a local nurse said.

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Hawaii vacation rental occupancy sluggish in April 2020Hawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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Maui Now: HTA: Maui Vacation Rentals had 3.8% Occupancy in April, DownVacation rentals in Maui County saw a - 74.7 percent decrease in occupancy to 3.8 percent in April, as county officials across the state announced rules deeming the short-term vacation rentals as non-essential.

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Coronavirus means Hawaii may not see cruise traffic until 2021Under a new forecast, visitor arrivals will not reach the 2019 level until 2025.

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Maui Now: Maui Hospital Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Obtaining Antibody TestThe employee has been quarantined at home since the hospital learned of the antibody detection on Friday, May 21.

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Judge Steve Alm, Candidate for Honolulu ProsecutorHello again! Judge Steve Alm joins us on this episode, as wrap up our interviews with the candidates to be Honolulu's next prosecutor - at this point, we've interviewed all the good ones.

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Chick-fil-A Operates A Hawaiian Restaurant Called Truett's LuauTikTok Found Out That Chick-fil-A Operates A Hawaiian Restaurant And We Had No Idea It Existed.

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Maui Now: June 1 "Broad Reopening" of Maui Businesses is Pending Ige's ApprovalMaui Maui Mayor Michael Victorino is awaiting the governor's approval for an earlier reopening date of June 1st for many businesses and services in Maui County.

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Unemployment Fraud on Rise During COVID-19 PandemicReports of unemployment fraud have risen sharply as identity thieves look to cash in on COVID-19, according to a report by the Better Business Bureau.

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Amid cloudy financial outlook, UH hopes to convince more Hawaii students to stay home for collegeThe University of Hawaii's first summer session of the year started on Tuesday with students and teachers still connecting online.

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Challenges Facing Nonprofits: Hawaii Bicycling LeagueVirtual Interview: Lori McCarney, Executive Director, Hawaii Bicycling League How has your organization been able to continue its core mission?

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Virtual Interview on COVID-19: Unyong Nakata, Enterprise Marketing Director and Operations Integrator, Y. Hata and Co., Ltd.What has been your company's latest pivot or innovation? The pandemic accelerated the launch of our online store, chefzone.com, which is part of our larger...

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High School Seniors on Kaua'i Face Disappointment and UncertaintyThe closing of schools across the Hawaiian Islands affected all students, parents and teachers, but seniors felt it the most.

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Small Business/Big Challenge: Debbie Ah Chick-Hopkins, Co-owner, Global VillagePlease describe how and when you are conducting your return to your offices, stores, warehouses or other physical locations.

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Hawaii, Delaware and Texas: Beach RulesAnd at Padre Island, the beaches are completely open, but no groups larger than five are allowed, shade structures must be 10 feet apart, masks are recommended and no activity that requires a ball or object is permitted.

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Challenges Facing Nonprofits: Make a Wish FoundationVirtual Interview: Trini Kaopuiki Clark, President and CEO, Make a Wish Foundation How has your organization been able to continue its core mission?

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Natural Products Designed for Children, Families and the EarthAo Organics Hawai‘i is part of Mana Up's fifth cohort of Hawai‘i-based companies Ao Organics Hawai‘i was founded in 2017 when Chelsa Davis was pregnant...

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Maui Farm Offers Award-Winning Vegan Kimchi and Fermented ProductsNāpili FLO Farm is part of Mana Up's fifth cohort of Hawai‘i-based companies Nāpili FLO Farm started simply as a farm, a way for Monica...

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Company Focuses on Ethically Made Resort Wear for WomenYireh is part of Mana Up's fifth cohort of Hawai‘i-based companies Yireh says it is an ethically made women's resort wear brand based on O‘ahu...

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Hawaii Updates: Oahu Barbers, Hair Salons May Reopen Friday; Aloha Stadium Food Drop TodayHonolulu is awaiting Gov. David Ige's approval to reopen hair salons, barbers and other personal services with modifications in place this Friday, along with outdoor places like Sea Life Park.

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HPD Arrests 12 Motorists For DUITo date, there have been eight fatal crashes resulting in eight fatalities compared with seven fatal crashes resulting in seven fatalities for the same time last year.

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Hawaiian Rice BowlMy Spam came out PERFECT... but I wasn't so confident before I started cooking. Thankfully, the Sunday NY Times featured a recipe for Huli Huli Chicken that my beau had really wanted to try.

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May 27, 2020 Weather ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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May 27, 2020 Surf ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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Testing May Not Be The Silver Bullet For Restarting Stalled Tourism IndustryAs Hawaii continues to reopen the local economy, some leaders are calling for a plan to restart the state's $18 billion tourism economy.

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Hawaii Reopening To Tourists Targeted For JulyLt. Gov. Josh Green says he hopes to reopen the state's tourism industry by July.

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Comparing Alaska and Hawaii on two key COVID metricsAn interesting table caught my eye today that turned my view of the COVID epidemic in the 49th and 50th states in the Union on it's head.

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University of California invested $68M in Hawaii telescopeThe University of California system has invested more than $68 million in the Thirty Meter Telescope project in Hawaii, a report said.

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Destination: Non Stop ShopIf you're going to Hawaii and want a tan, then you're covered. The almost perfect weather all year round on the island, with free and mostly secluded beaches, will be waiting with open arms.

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Destination: Foodland FarmsAlmost a year of hiatus and here I am at it again escaping to an unknown land trying to learn a few things along the way and trying to expand this small rigid mind of mine, this time trying hard to stay in a budget-friendly bracket on the islands of Oahu, Hawaii.

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BRIEF-SyntheticMR: Hawaii Diagnostic Radiology Services Implements SyMRI In Clinical RoutineHAWAII DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY SERVICES ARE IMPLEMENTING THEIR QUANTITATIVE IMAGING SOLUTION INTO THEIR MRI WORKFLOW Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage.

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Fishermen donated 220-pound tuna to health care workers in HawaiiThe health care workers that received the gift were overcome by the group's generosity. "Anytime you can get fresh fish prepared for you and given to you, my God what else can we ask for," Chimaigne Ralston, a registered nurse at Straub told KGMB-TV.

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Plus Power offers 565MWh spoiler of Hawaii's fossil fuel retirement planThe go-to resource for in-depth news, analysis, blogs and more on the international energy storage industry.

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Board rejects Hawaii commercial aquarium fishing statementA state board has rejected an environmental impact statement submitted by a group seeking permits for commercial aquarium fishing around Hawaii island.

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Hawaiian Electric selects Plus Power's 185MW KES projectIndependent developer of utility-scale battery storage projects Plus Power has announced that its 185MW/565MWh Kapolei Energy Storage project has been selected by Hawaiian Electric.

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Hawaii Predicts No Cruise Passengers Until Second Half of 2021In a report issued by Hawaii's Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, officials predict the state will not see cruise traffic until the second half of 2021.

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Four students embody Aloha 'AinaLIHU‘E — Four Kaua‘i graduates, out of a statewide total of 20, landed on the list of the Aloha ‘Aina Leadership awards, which recognize high school seniors as emerging leaders who embody the spirit of aloha ‘aina leadership in their school communities.

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Credit unions make 'small' contributionNAWILIWILI — Kelvin Moniz, executive director of the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank, said any contribution makes a big impact on their efforts at food relief.

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Theater classes go onlinePUHI — "With the number of students we have, it would be easy for us to shut down," said afternoon Program Director Marly Madayag while watching the set up for distance learning and the virtual classroom at the Hawai‘i Children's Theatre warehouse in Puhi.

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University of Hawaii to make SAT, ACT optional for fall 2021HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii announced that the SAT and ACT will be optional for applicants for the fall 2021 semester as a result of the coronavirus.

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Contested case hearing sought in aquarium fish collection incidentA contested case hearing has been requested by three Big Island residents facing a combined $110,000 in administrative fines for alleged illegal aquarium fish collecting earlier this year off the South Kohala Coast.

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Ige hopes to end interisland quarantines 'very soon'Gov. David Ige hopes to end the 14-day quarantines for passengers on interisland flights "very soon" as a test for an eventual full reopening of out-of-state travel.

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Hilo-born musician Kaulana Pakele dies at 47Kaulana Pakele, a Hilo-born musician who rose to statewide fame as lead singer of Ehukai and Mana‘o Company, died Monday evening after apparently drowning at Makaha Beach Park on Oahu's leeward coast.

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'Extremely dire': Young Brothers seeks $25M in CARES funds to stay afloatInterisland shipper Young Brothers is seeking $25 million in CARES Act funding from the state to keep the nearly 120-year-old company afloat amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Retired cop arrested for allegedly abusing councilwomanA retired Hawaii Police Department detective pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor domestic abuse charge for an alleged Memorial Day attack on his wife, a member of the County Council.

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Honolulu to delay planned stormwater utility fee for a yearHONOLULU — Honolulu will delay a planned stormwater utility fee and fund until after Hawaii's economy improves from the impact of the coronavirus, officials said.

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Hometown Heroes: Walter Baxca gets computers into the hands of keikiEditor's note: Each Wednesday, West Hawaii Today is publishing a story about individuals, groups or organizations that have helped make life better for others in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hospital, VFW announce scholarshipsThe hospital's medical staff is offering a $2,000 scholarship to Hawaii County residents who demonstrate financial need and are currently enrolled in a program to obtain a health care profession degree.

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Bank, foundation launch $2 million scholarship fundFirst Hawaiian Bank and the Hawaii Community Foundation on Tuesday announced the Stronger Together Hawaii Scholarship Fund to support career readiness for Hawaii's 2020 public high school graduates.

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State briefs for May 27The University of Hawaii announced the SAT and ACT will be optional for applicants for the fall 2021 semester as a result of the coronavirus.

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Ige hopes to end interisland travel quarantine soonGov. David Ige hopes to end the 14-day quarantines for passengers on interisland flights "very soon" as a test for an eventual full reopening of out-of-state travel.

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Legislators talk CIP projectsEast Hawaii will get its share of state capital improvement funds if the $5.1 billion capital improvement budget approved last week by lawmakers is signed by Gov.

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Retired detective arrested for allegedly abusing councilwomanA retired Hawaii Police Department detective pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor domestic abuse charge for an alleged Memorial Day attack on his wife, a member of the County Council.

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Hilo-born musician Kaulana Pakele dies at 47Kaulana Pakele, a Hilo-born musician who rose to statewide fame as lead singer of Ehukai and Mana‘o Company, died Monday evening after apparently drowning at Makaha Beach Park on Oahu's leeward coast.

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Installation of traffic light near Shipman Business Park beginsSingle-lane closures on Volcano Road for installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Kipimana Street began Tuesday, the state Department of Transportation said in a Tuesday statement.

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Young Brothers seeks $25M in CARES funds to stay afloatInterisland shipper Young Brothers is seeking $25 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security.

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Making 'Massive Masks for Kaua'i'When the COVID-19 pandemic triggered the need for masks throughout Kaua‘i and the rest of the state, Kaua‘i residents Kris Hunt and Morgan Lopez joined forces, creating the organization Massive Masks for Kaua‘i.

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Bursting with regrowthANINI — A Kaua‘i diver has reported a successful coral spawn on Kaua‘i, as well as new baby corals from about four inches wide to 12 inches wide in ‘Anini Bay.

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Two finalists in congressional art contestHONOLULU — Heidi Roach and Rayna Shafter, both students at Island School, are among the 20 finalists announced in the 2020 Kaha Ki‘i Congressional Art Competition by the office of U.S. Rep.

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Junior Lifeguard program canceled, safety tips are onlineLIHU‘E — The Kaua‘i Fire Department's Ocean Safety Bureau would normally be hosting up to 600 keiki and junior lifeguard participants over the next few months.

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Congrats Class of 2020We at The Garden Island are happy to present Kaua‘i's 2020 graduates in this year's Class of 2020 special section.

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Fatality in moped accident in mid-MayLIHU‘E — Two weeks ago, Kealia resident Travis Long collided with a pedestrian in a moped accident while riding the shoulder of Kuhio Highway.

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Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Stop Virus Even If Economy CrumblesA clear majority says it's more important to stop COVID-19 from spreading than stop the economy from declining.

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To Generate Jobs, Lawmakers Must Change The Playing FieldAnd by playing field, we mean the tax and zoning structures in which business operates.

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Ukuleles Could Be 'A New Hawaiian Tradition' For Kauai GraduatesA local music store owner and a nonprofit have teamed up to present graduating seniors with an unusual gift.

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The Other Coronavirus Crisis: Escalating Mental Health ProblemsCalls to crisis hotlines and hospital admissions for psychiatric problems are up as the economy unravels and many feel isolated by public health restrictions.

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Introducing A New Vision For Hawaii At This Critical TimeA coalition called Uplift Hawaii is working toward a more resilient and equitable community for everyone.

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Hawaiian Word of the Day: May 27thLeo means voice, tone, tune, melody, sound, command, and more. It is most often used today to mean voice and is heard often in describing singers, such as the leo nahenahe, or as the name of the private pre-school Punanaleo, "the voice nest."

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As more parents head back to work, the need for childcare services in Hawaii growsHawaii's Department of Services released new guidelines Tuesday for childcare providers that are resuming or continuing operations.

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Prosecutor Candidate Jacquie EsserWhen the world's on fire, it's important to talk with people who are trying to put it out.

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Oahu's Proposed Timeline and rules for re-openingHawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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Rescuers responding to reports of a pickup going off the cliff near Sugi GroveKOKEE — According to a preliminary report, KFD responded to a report of a pickup truck having gone over a cliff near Sugi Grove in Kokeʻe at about 5:45 p.m.

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Young Brothers Seeks $25M in Financial Relief from State Amid COVID-19 SlowdownMaui Mayor Michael Victorino called Young Brothers the "lifeline for the state of Hawai'i." He continued saying, "The neighbor islands depend on Young Brothers tremendously."

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Maui Now: Mayor Extends Condolences to Family of Former South Maui Rep. Joe Bertram IIIJoe Bertram III was elected to the state House of Representatives in 2006 and 2008, and he served on the Maui Planning Commission.

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Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island of HawaiiKealakekua Bay is the famous bay where Captain Cook never left the Hawaiian Islands. More on that story later.

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Young Brothers Asks For $25 Million in AidThe interisland shipping company reported losing nearly $8 million through April and projects mounting losses totaling approximately $25 million by the end of the year.

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Ige Says Interisland Quarantine to End 'Soon'After three consecutive days with zero new cases of COVID-19 reported statewide, the governor said in a press conference that he expected to rescind the interisland travel quarantine "very soon." However, he declined to provide a specific date.

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Hawaii Daily COVID-19 Update: Tuesday, May 26, 2020Hawaii Daily COVID-19 update coronavirus reports and statistics from government departments as of Tuesday, May 26, 2020 in the Aloha State.

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20 Questions. A game Trump can't play.If you're up in your years like I am, you likely remember that old game called '20 Questions'.

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Water Cutbacks Canceled for Domestic SystemThe County of Maui Department of Water Supply has canceled water cutbacks for customers on its system.

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Hawaii's Hotels Are Bleeding Cash Amid ShutdownFlushing toilets and cleaning pools costs money, plus there are looming taxes. Can hotels survive the pandemic?

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Honolulu Hair Salons, Offices, Gyms Will Reopen In Waves Starting FridaySmall gatherings can resume soon as Mayor Kirk Caldwell called on businesses to protect their customers.

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New Guidance for Child Care Facilities Puts Limit on Child to Staff Ratio at 9:1The new guidance includes cleaning, sanitation and safety measures; child and parent expectations; employee support; physical distancing; limiting childcare groups to nine, plus one staff member; room dividers; staggered meal times; health and safety temperature checks; face masks; physical distancing to the extent possible; and facility safety.

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Australia and New Zealand Get Ready for Your Hawaii Holidays!Protecting the people of Hawaii - and not ratings - is the priority of Mayor Kirk Caldwell of the City and County of Honolulu.

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Oahu Driver License and ID Centers Open TodayThe City and County of Honolulu today reopened its Oahu driver license and ID centers and resumed serving residents on an appointment-only basis as well as requiring masks or face coverings during in-office visits.

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Australia and New Zealand Get Ready for Your Hawaii Holidays!Hawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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A Haircut in Honolulu Followed by Dinner in Waikiki? Get Ready!Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell today announced that a haircut in Honolulu may be possible again this Friday and restaurants may open June 5.

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Increased Public Access in Haleakala National Park to Begin WednesdayThe National Park Service today announced that it will begin increasing public access to Haleakalā National Park on Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

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HPD Seeks Missing Pahoa WomanLopez was wearing a black and white romper style outfit when she was last seen.

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Specialty Crops Producers Can Now Apply for Financial AssistanceThrough CFAP, USDA is making available $16 billion for vital financial assistance to producers of agricultural commodities who have suffered a price decline due to COVID-19 and face additional significant marketing costs as a result of lower demand, surplus production, and disruptions to shipping patterns and the orderly marketing of commodities.

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Frightful WeatherThe weather in Hawai‘i has changed. One distinctive feature of Christmas Break used to be non-stop rain.

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HPD Seeking Woman Missing Since AprilHawaiʻi Island Police are asking for the public's assistance in locating Sommer Mae Lopez, who was last seen in the Keaʻau area on Monday, April 20, 2020.

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Agricultural Water Efficiency Grants AvailableNon-profits and private ag parks are eligible for grants up to $100,000.

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Police nab 12 for suspected DUIHawaii Island police arrested a dozen motorists for suspected drunken driving between May 18 and Sunday.

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DBEDT Report: "It Will Take Six Years for Visitor Arrivals to Recover to the 2019 Level"According to the report, Hawaiʻi could see a return to 2019 visitor arrivals in 2025.

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The Conversation: Money Chairs Discuss State Budget PrioritiesState lawmakers are due back in session June 15th after passing a spending plan for the state last week.

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No new COVID-19 cases reported, statewide total stands at 643The state Department of Health reports no new cases of COVID-19 in Hawaii today, with the statewide case count standing at 643.

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Shared Ride Coupons Expiration Dates ExtendedDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the county's Shared Ride users have been unable to use their Shared Ride Taxi Coupons within the timeframe allowed.

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How empty are the hotels still open in Hawaii? The occupancy rate in April was just 9%New figures from the Hawaii Tourism Authority show Hawaii's hotel room occupancy in April was just under 9%.

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Hawaii Air Arrivals Update for May 25Yesterday, Monday, May 25, 2020, Hawaii air arrivals totaled 1,028 people. During this same time last year, nearly 30,000 passengers arrived in Hawaii daily, including residents and visitors.

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TheHandi-Van Eligibility Center Now OpenThe City and County of Honolulu announced that TheHandi-Van Eligibility Center is again conducting in-person assessments for those wishing to extend or apply for TheHandi-Van eligibility.

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Honolulu Zoo Home to 2 Endangered Baby GiraffesThe Honolulu Zoo announced they received 2 new Reticulated Giraffes from the Albuquerque Biological Park on Thursday, May 21.

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Resilience in Native Hawaiians May Lead to Better HealthNative Hawaiians who have higher levels of resilience may also have better health, according to new public health research from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

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WATCH 'This is Now': Debate grows about how to safely reopen tourism to HawaiiWatch "This is Now" live from the HNN Digital Center weekdays on Hawaii News Now's platforms online and on mobile.

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Third Consecutive Day with No New COVID-19 Cases in Hawai'i: Total Remains 643; 94.7% RecoveredTo date, 593 people have recovered including 106 in Maui County. There are currently 33 active cases in the state.

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Hawai'i Reports Zero New Cases of COVID-19 For Third Straight DayThe statewide total of positive cases as of noon Tuesday was 643.

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VIRUS TRACKERHawaii has gone three days without a new COVID-19 case.

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HPD Arrests Man For Second Time During PandemicThere are enhanced penalties for certain criminal offenses in light of the current COVID-19 Emergency Proclamation declared by Hawaiʻi Governor David Ige.

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HPD Thanks Public in Locating Wanted ManThere are enhanced penalties for certain criminal offenses in light of the current COVID-19 Emergency.

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Mass Transit Agency Extends Shared Ride Taxi Coupons Expiration to June 30The Mass Transit Agency has notified the participating taxi companies of this extension.

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Solar Plus and Battery Storage Facility Planned for PuakoENGIE awarded a 60 MWAC solar plus 240MWh battery storage on Hawai‘i Island and will now enter contract negotiations with Hawaiian Electric.

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Hawaii's forbidden island: Self-isolated for 150 yearsThe story of Ni'ihau's isolation began back in 1864, when King Kamehameha V sold the desolate, arid island to New Zealander Elizabeth Sinclair for $10,000 in gold, his one request being that the family protect the island and its inhabitants from outside influences.

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Maui Now: Interview: Mayor Asks for Earlier Re-Opening Date for Dine-In Service on MauiMaui Mayor Michael Victorino this morning said he's asking that the resumption of dine-in restaurant services on Maui be moved from the previously announced June 5th date to an earlier June 1st date instead; but he's awaiting approval from the governor's office.

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Family Fun: Memorial WeekendHawaii here we come! Just kidding. The trip we had planned fell through. Instead of...

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The Henry Kapono Foundation Is Raising Money To Help Hawaii's Music Community Weather COVID-19The Henry Kapono Foundation, in partnership with the Kawakami Family, has launched the "We Are Friends Covid19 Relief Program" aimed at helping Hawaii's music community meet basic needs during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Kapolei Energy Storage Project Selected by Hawaiian Electric in State's Largest Renewable Energy ProcurementPlus Power, an independent developer of utility-scale battery storage projects, today announced that its 185 MW/565 MWh Kapolei Energy Storage project was selected by the Hawaiian Electric Companies as part of the utility's transition to renewables.

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Hotels Statewide Report Significant Revenue Loss for AprilIn April, hotels recorded profits of $10.4 million, a 97% drop compared to last year where hotels raked in $344.7 million.

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Hawaii hotels report dramatic decline in revenues and occupancyIn April 2020, Hawaii hotels statewide reported dramatic declines in revenue per available room , average daily rate , and occupancy compared - eTurboNews - Trends - Travel News - Hawaii Travel News.

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Hawaii Hopeful to Reopen by JulyBut the hotel industry wants assurances before any of that can happen, including access to personal protective equipment that will help shield them from the coronavirus, more training and a guarantee that everyone who has been furloughed or laid off will have a job to come back to.

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Hawaii hotels report dramatic decline in revenues and occupancyHawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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No New COVID-19 Cases on the Big Island ReportedAll but one of the 81 individuals who've tested positive for COVID-19 on the Big Island have recovered and been released from quarantine.

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SAT, ACT Test-Optional for UH Admission in Fall Semester 2021Prospective first-year college students applying to the University of Hawaiʻi for the fall 2021 semester can now do so without submitting SAT or ACT scores.

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Maui Now: Maui Police Make 12 DUI Arrests, Tow 10 Vehicles Over Memorial Day WeekendMaui police made 12 arrests for impaired driving and towed 10 vehicles during heightened enforcement over the Memorial Day weekend from Friday night, May 22 through Monday, May 25, 2020.

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Hawaii County places of worship, restaurants to open June 1HILO — The Big Island of Hawaii will allow places of worship, restaurants, hair salons, barber shops and a variety of personal-service businesses to reopen starting June 1, county Mayor Harry Kim announced Saturday night.

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Pig-hunting derby in Guam to feed families amid pandemicHAGATNA, Guam — The Department of Agriculture in Guam has invited hunters to participate in a pig-hunting derby to provide food for families in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Maui watershed purchase could be delayed due to virus cutsWAILUKU — A county government's acquisition of a private water delivery system for Maui's drinking water may be delayed because of budget cuts resulting from the coronavirus outbreak.

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Honolulu to delay planned stormwater utility fee for a yearHONOLULU — Honolulu will delay a planned stormwater utility fee and fund until after Hawaii's economy improves from the impact of the coronavirus, officials said.

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University of Hawaii to make SAT, ACT optional for fall 2021Rescuers responding to pickup going off the cliff near Sugi Grove.

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Mayoral Candidate Forum AnnouncedAll filed candidates for the mayoral race have been invited, and to date, 11 are confirmed for what will be back-to-back interviews followed by questions submitted ahead of time by the community, according to a WCA press release.

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SAT, ACT Test Optional for 2021-2022 at UH ManoaUH administrators say the exemption will help to attract an applicant pool of students amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Review: The UnhoneymoonersThe Unhoneymooers, by Christina Lauren. First line: "In the calm before the storm - in this case, the blessed quiet before the bridal suite is overrun by the wedding party - my twin sister stares critically down at a freshly painted shell-pink fingernail and says, "I bet you're relieved I'm not a...

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Collective Founded by Kimie Miner Supports Local MusiciansHaku Collective is part of Mana Up's fifth cohort of Hawai‘i-based companies Haku Collective was founded by singer-songwriter Kimié Miner as a full-service music, audio...

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Stories of Hawai'i Adorn Towels, Shirts, Bags and Other ItemsAloha Modern is part of Mana Up's fifth cohort of Hawai‘i-based companies The lifestyle company Aloha Modern was conceived over cold beers and Mākaha sunsets...

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Small Business/Big Challenge: Marion Girardin, Co-owner, Belle Surf CafeWhat has been Belle Surf Café's latest pivot or innovation? Even as we saw the writing on wall, COVID-19 hit us hard.

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Teaching in a New World: St. Andrew's SchoolsVirtual Interview: Ruth Fletcher, Head of School, St. Andrew's Schools What changes did you make to finish this school year, and have you made plans...

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Mana Up Launches Cohort 5 with 10-Hawai'i-based CompaniesHawaii Business Magazine will unveil the companies this week online, starting with two today. Hawai‘i-based consumer product accelerator Mana Up this week announced a diverse...

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Virtual Interview on COVID-19: Breana Grosz, GM, International Market PlacePlease describe how and when you are conducting your return to your offices, stores, restaurants, warehouses or other physical locations.

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Virtual Interview on COVID-19: Travis Ito, Chief Amazement Officer, Blue Logic LabsWhat has been Blue Logic Labs' latest pivot or innovation? We've remained steadfast in our mission to help brands and businesses solve their challenges with...

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Canoe Races Cancelled Due to COVID-19 PandemicThe Board of The O'ahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association, together with the organizing committee of Nā Wāhine O Ke Kai, announced last week the decision to cancel this year's championship canoe races.

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Hawaii Updates: North Shore Partying Violated Rules; UH To Make SAT Optional; No New CasesState conservation and resources enforcement officers and Honolulu police cleared about 200 people from a beach party at the Kaena Point State Park on the North Shore Sunday night.

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Fire Ants Are Invading Hawaii, so Helicopters Are Blasting Them With Birth ControlThe ants are blinding pets and torturing farmworkers: "It was like a whole piece of my body was getting lit on fire"

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Curing your Corona Virus BluesOn this day I realized that I had the Corona Virus Blues and it was only because I did something to snap me out of it.

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Hawaii slashes solar install times to boost residential solar marketResidential solar installs in Hawaii have had their activation times slashed in half in a bid to boost the PV market in the US state.

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May 26, 2020 Weather ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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Lack of Internet Access Creates Disparity Among Public School StudentsHawaii's public school students have been learning remotely since March due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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May 26, 2020 Surf ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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Hawaii Considers an Explicitly Feminist Plan for COVID-Era Economic RecoveryThe plan recognizes the current crisis as the "moment to build a system that is capable of delivering gender equality." Jared Rodriguez / Truthout.

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Hawaii-Based Skincare Brand, Hanalei, is Launching a Campaign to Help Local ArtisansHanalei, a that specializes in creating gentle, restorative skincare products inspired by Hawaii's lush, tropical landscape,...

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Hawaii Hopeful to Reopen by JulyBut the hotel industry wants assurances before any of that can happen, including access to personal protective equipment that will help shield them from the coronavirus, more training and a guarantee that everyone who has been furloughed or laid off will have a job to come back to.

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University of Hawaii to make SAT, ACT optional for fall 2021The University of Hawaii announced that the SAT and ACT will be optional for applicants for the fall 2021 semester as a result of the coronavirus.

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East side Memorial Day observance streamed online due to virus restrictionsMemorial Day is viewed by many, if not most, as the unofficial start of summer, a three-day weekend marked by beach outings and backyard barbecues — and the meaning of the actual holiday is all but forgotten.

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CIP funds slated for Hilo medical facilitiesA capital improvement project budget passed Thursday by the state Legislature includes funding for Hilo Medical Center's Cardiac Center and the Hawaii Pacific Oncology Center.

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Military continues to boost Hawaii economy during virusHONOLULU — U.S. military spending continues to be a pillar of Hawaii's economy as the Department of Defense has so far proved resistant to the financial impact of the coronavirus.

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Despite COVID-19, community honors fallen, Memorial DayThere may not have been a decorated ceremony to honor the fallen this Memorial Day at West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery, but that didn't stop loved ones and others from paying their respects.

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Getting huli to the people: Huli Ka Honua shares taro cuttings to promote food securityThousands of huli are making their way into the ground across the state as the Huli Ka Honua project takes flight.

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Maui watershed purchase could be delayed due to virus cutsWAILUKU — A county government's acquisition of a private water delivery system for Maui's drinking water may be delayed because of budget cuts resulting from the coronavirus outbreak.

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How to participate in council public hearingsLIHU‘E — While public meetings are physically closed to the public per an emergency rule by Gov.

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Aquarium Fishing EIS rejectedHONOLULU — In a 7-0 decision Friday, the Board of Land and Natural Resources voted to reject an Environmental Impact Statement for proposed aquarium fishing in West Hawai‘i.

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Arrest logs for Tuesday, May 26, 2020Driving without a valid driver's license, misdemeanors - violation of governor and mayor rules: 12:19 a.m., Keila Mikala Lani Marie Carvalho, 25, female, Hanama'ulu.

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Blessing held for Koloa roads projectA blessing was held Thursday for the Maluhia Road and Koloa Road improvement project in Koloa, attended by a group exercising social distancing procedures and wearing masks.

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Nourish Kaua'i program feeds ohanas in needOn Wednesday, Nourish Kaua‘i, a service project spear headed by Crossroads Christian Church's community outreach director Karolyn Freuler served 635 hot meals and gave out 204 USDA farmer' s boxes to 165 families, 90 houseless individuals and about 40 kupuna at St. Catherine's Church in Kapahi with a group of volunteers.

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Some Gave AllHANAPEPE — Hawai‘i Army National Guard 1st Sgt Cory Soares said COVID-19 will not take away Memorial Day.

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'We cannot forget'Memorial Day is viewed by many, if not most, as the unofficial start of summer, a three-day weekend marked by beach outings and backyard barbecues — and the meaning of the actual holiday is all but forgotten.

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DOH: No new COVID-19 cases on MondayThe state Department of Health reports no new cases of COVID-19 in Hawaii, with the statewide case count standing at 643.

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Legislative Leadership Has Been Tested And Found LackingThere is no shortage of things the Hawaii Legislature could do that would immediately help those most in need.

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Hawaii's True Jobless Rate Is A MysteryNeither the official figure nor the number of unemployment insurance claims offer a clear picture of how many here are out of work.

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Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Voters Have Negative View Of Ige, CaldwellVoters have cooled on U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, too. But Lt. Gov. Josh Green is very popular.

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How The Hawaii Legislature Helped The People Of HawaiiAs public servants, lawmakers owe the citizens both immediate and long-term stability and security.

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Denby Fawcett: I'm Still Too Wary Of COVID-19 To Rush Out To EatRestaurants on Oahu will be allowed to open June 5 for customers to eat inside again.

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ReflectionsI still see youin the mirror — like one we shared. Only this timeit shattered intoeverywhere.

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Hawaiian Word of the Day: May 26thOur Hawaiian Word of the Day is often mispronounced place name, Haʻikū. It means "a sharp break or to speak abruptly," and is often confused with the Hawaiian term haiku for a type of poetry.

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Lt. Gov. Josh Green hopes to reopen Hawaii's tourism industry by JulyAfter two days with no new coronavirus cases statewide, some people are anxious to restart the tourism industry.

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95: Manage Your Energy Through Surrender and AcceptanceWe recorded this episode on Mon. May 25, 2020, our 74th day of self-quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bike Ride Tour April 26 2020A buddy and I have done this simple bike ride many times but I finally got around to getting a mount for the GoPro Hero 8.

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Guam Visitors Bureau has a new incredible President and CEOHawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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Take Me Back Tuesday: Hawaii Prep runs to first state title in 1983 in boys cross countryEditor's note: While the sports world is shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, West Hawaii Today will look back every Tuesday at memorable sports moments on the Big Island.

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Hawaii's Tourism and Its EffectsPhoto by Sean O. on Unsplash When you're a little kid, one always dreams of the perfect vacation for you and the family to go on.

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Weekend parties leave Oahu beaches trashed and raise concerns about spread of virus"We've worked so hard to get here. And we're going to sacrifice it because of some people who are very self-centered and selfish."

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Head of Labor Department: 190,000 could remain unemployed through end of year"My suspicion is that could be upwards as high as 190,000," Murakami said.

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In 2019, Hawaii saw 10M visitors. This year, the state projects visitor arrivals won't top 3.5MIn a new economic outlook, the state is also projecting that tourism recovery will be painstakingly slow.

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3D Printed Oahu, HawaiiSometimes you see a design online and just have to 3D print it! This is an amazing 3D topographic map of the Hawaiian island Oahu, and for anyone that's been there you should be able to make out the airport, Pearl Harbour and Waikiki areas.

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Kamehameha Schools Graduates Hundreds Over the WeekendEven after 133 years of educating Hawai'i's youth, Kamehameha Schools is still making history.

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Maui Travel Update and Traveling or Moving with Your Pet, Part 2Before going through the paperwork and taking your dog on the long journey to Maui, you might be wondering, "Is Maui pet-friendly?"

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DOH reports no new COVID-19 casesHealth officials reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, leaving the number of cases statewide at 643.

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Top five holidays that have inspired usWhile the current global climate continues to put all of our travel plans, both international and domestic, on hold, we've decided to have a look back at the holidays that helped inspire us.

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Deadly Motorcycle Accident in Ma'alaea Claims Life of Maui ManA 66-year-old motorcyclist from Kahana, Maui died as the result of a motor vehicle collision on the Honoapiʻilani Highway in Māʻalaea on Memorial Day.

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Hawai'i May See Double-Digit Economic Downturn In 2020DBEDT projects Hawai'i's economic growth will fall by 12.1% in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Only one new COVID-19 case reported in Hawaii over Memorial Day WeekendHawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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UH Manoa Announces SAT, ACT Test-Optional Admission Policy for 2021-2022The College Board canceled the SAT exams scheduled in May and June, impacting many prospective UH Mānoa students scheduled to graduate from high school next year.

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All the TrimmingsNo one made Thanksgiving feasts like my mom. For one thing, the turkey was always juicy.

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Hundreds Congregate at Illegal Beach Party Over Holiday WeekendMemorial Day crowds nationwide have health professionals fearful of COVID-19 surges across the country in the coming weeks, and Hawai'i isn't exempt.

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COVID-19 Hawai'i Total Remains 643 with No New Cases Today; 94.5% RecoveredAs of noon on Monday, May 25, 2020, there are 643 cases of COVID-19 identified in Hawaiʻi with no new cases reported today.

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Huge Beach Party Busted By DLNRLate Sunday night and into the wee hours of Memorial Day, officers from the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement and the Honolulu Police Department worked to clear an estimated 200 people from a beach at the Mokuleia Section of Ka'ena Point State Park on O'ahu's North Shore.

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Large Beach Party Broken Up by Law Enforcement at Ka'ena Point State Park, North Shore O'ahuDOCARE Chief Jason Redulla said, "This is exactly the kind of bad and selfish behavior we've all been asked repeatedly not to engage in during this emergency."

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DOH Reports Zero New COVID-19 Cases OvernightThere were 34 active cases in the entire state as of Monday at noon.

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Candidate Filing Deadline for 2020 Election ApproachesPotential candidates for public office in Hawai'i have a little more than one week to decide if they want to run in the 2020 election cycle.

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Hawaii beat the Virus!Let Florida, California, Spain, or Italy reopen their travel and tourism industry. Beaches in Florida, California, Spain or Italy can be testing grounds, - eTurboNews - Trends - Travel News - Travel News.

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966 Air Arrivals to Hawai'i on Sunday, Including 253 VisitorsHere on Maui, 58 people arrived on a single trans-Pacific flight from out-of-state, including 33 returning residents, 17 visitors, 7 crew members and one individuals seeking to relocate to Maui.

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Hawaii beat the Virus!Hawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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Candidate Filing Deadline Approaches on June 2The deadline for candidates to file their nomination paper to appear on the 2020 Election ballot is Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

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Have Aloha Will Travel EP32: Summer Issue Behind the Scenes Stories + New Intern Kyla SmithWith May on the way out, and June just around the corner, HAWAIʻI Magazine is welcoming in the summer season with a new episode of the Have Aloha Will Travel podcast-and a new summer intern!

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A picture is worth a thousand words: using underwater photography to predict coral reef recoveryHealthy corals are colorful due to a symbiotic relationship with photosynthetic algae called zooxanthellae. Other than pretty colors, the zooxanthellae also provide the coral with food and oxygen while the coral produces a calcium carbonate skeleton that provides a protected environment for the algae.

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Inside Kona's Manago Hotel, Where Time Stands StillAt South Kona's historic Manago Hotel, a fourth generation of management is stepping up to lead a regional landmark.

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Head of Labor Department: 190,000 could remain unemployed through end of yearA staggering 242,000 people are unemployed in Hawaii. Provided by Honolulu KHNL State orders have shuttered scores of Hawaii businesses, brought tourism to a virtual standstill, closed school campuses and prompted tens of thousands of Hawaii residents to work from home.

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Active Cases of COVID-19 on Big Island DecliningHawai'i County Civil Defense reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.

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Hawaii Updates: Zero New Cases; No Ceremonies But Punchbowl Visits Allowed; More Ocean RescuesUpdated: 5/25/2020, 12:17 p.m. Where we stand Hawaii recorded no new coronavirus case today, continuing the trend in recent days of zero or few additional.

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HPD Seeks Missing WomanShe was last seen in the Wainaku area in Hilo on May 23, 2020. If the public has any information that can assist in helping safely locate Santiago, call 911 or call the police non-emergency number at 808-935-3311.

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Food: Miyazaki MangoPhoto Credit:. If you go to enough grocery stores in Japan, you are bound to see the incredible fruit selection that Japan has.

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Military continues to boost Hawaii economy during virusU.S. military spending continues to be a pillar of Hawaii's economy as the Department of Defense has so far proved resistant to the financial impact of the coronavirus.

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Large ceremonies canceled, Hawaii remembers veterans with small Memorial Day gatheringsIn addition to veterans killed in conflicts, many this year are also remembering the nearly 100,000 Americans who have died in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hawaii reports no new COVID-19 cases for second consecutive dayMayor laments 'no way to control' crowded pool party amid pandemic.

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Remembering A Fallen University of Hawaii GraduateFirst Lieutenant Jonathan Brostrom was killed in action during a 2008 Taliban attack in Eastern Afghnaistan.

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May 25, 2020 Weather ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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May 25, 2020 Surf ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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Hawaii moves FestPac date to 2024Guam will not have to spend more than $230,000 to send a 100-member delegation to the 13th Festival of Pacific Arts in Hawaii anytime soon.

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Large ceremonies canceled, Hawaii remembers veterans with small Memorial Day gatheringsMayor laments 'no way to control' crowded pool party amid pandemic.

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