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Here’s How to Find Out If Your Hawai‘i Primary Election Ballot Has Been Counted

Election officials are not accepting the excuse, “it got lost in the mail.” Here’s how you can check to make sure your ballot arrived.
2020.08.07 02:51 PM

O‘ahu Beaches, Parks and Gardens Will Close Again as Honolulu Launches a New Hotline for COVID-19 Complaints

The mandatory 14-day quarantine for interisland travel will also go back into effect starting Tuesday, August 11, as Honolulu and the state try to get a handle on skyrocketing numbers of COVID-19 cases.
2020.08.06 04:17 PM

Hawai‘i 2020 Primary Election Offers Voters Choices for Mayor, Prosecutor and More

Here is our guide to races to watch and how last-minute voters can still participate in the state’s first all-vote-by-mail election on Saturday, Aug. 8.
2020.08.05 05:21 PM

A Former Waikīkī Hotel Worker Talks About the Moment the Pandemic Became Real to Her

After her hotel closed, Aina Iglesias started delivering food to make ends meet.
2020.08.04 12:00 PM

A COVID-19 Timeline: How Honolulu Got To This Point

Here are major milestones since the pandemic began changing life in Hawai‘i.
2020.08.03 04:59 PM

Sometimes Returning to Normal is the Biggest Mistake of All

When it’s time to change.
2020.08.03 03:42 PM

Hawai‘i’s First All-Vote-by-Mail Election Has Begun

What you need to do now and where to go to make sure your vote gets counted.
2020.07.29 04:03 PM

Hurricane Douglas and Other Storms That Went Away From Hawai‘i

Dodging major destruction by just a few dozen miles feels like a win, especially in a pandemic. We checked with the experts on other close calls.
2020.07.28 11:13 AM

What It’s Like Being a Hawai‘i Public School Teacher During the Pandemic

Students left for spring break and never returned to Farrington High School.
2020.07.28 07:00 AM

Tracking Hurricane Douglas in Honolulu: Monday, July 27, 2020

The final hurricane warning in the state expired early Monday morning as Hurricane Douglas took a northern path, narrowly skirting the islands and sparing them from the worst weather.
2020.07.26 02:47 PM

Here are the Places Closing in Honolulu Ahead of Hurricane Douglas

Parks, gardens, markets and some programs are closing while Hawai‘i prepares for the first hurricane of the season.
2020.07.26 10:20 AM

COVID-19 Update: Hawai‘i Reports 55 New Coronavirus Cases, The Highest Daily Number for the State

Another woman dies; unions representing teachers and other school workers oppose the state’s plan to reopen public schools on Aug. 4; and Honolulu requires mask-wearing inside gyms.
2020.07.23 04:50 PM