Seven University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa students have tested positive for COVID-19. The University and
As of 6:15 am on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, The Johns Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard reports the
(AP) — Hawaiʻi Gov. David Ige has again decided not to approve funds that would
The State Department of Health Joint Information Center Daily Digest for Monday, March 1, 2021
Volcanoes National Park March 2021 flight operation dates are as follows: March 2, between 6:30 a.m.
Dr. Rick Bennett has been in heated conversations with heads of the Hawaii County Department of Environmental Management for years, concerned about the wastewater treatment plants around the island. For years he–and others– have been urging the
Dr. Rick Bennett, PhD, is a Kona Coast Waterkeeper, a title bestowed on him by The Water Keeper Alliance, International, which has been in operation since the 1970s. He and Island Conversations host Sherry Bracken talk about
Island Conversations #116–Dental care for keiki and adults, with Dr. Steven Pine and Dr. John Gawlick
Dental care is an integral part of overall medical care. But there’s much less discussion about dental care than general health care. Questions like, what kind of toothbrush is best, when should you start cleaning your keiki’s
West Hawaii Community Health Center is one of three Federally Qualified Health Centers on the island. CEO Richard Taaffe, who is the only Chief Executive there has been since WHCHC opened in 2005, talks about capabilities, employees,
We air the rest of the conversation with Mayor Mitch Roth, who was sworn in Dec. 7, 2020, and with whom Island Conversations host Sherry Bracken spoke in advance of his swearing in. Guest 2 is Lt.
The Big Island is subject to lots of hazards, including tsunami. Island Conversations host Sherry Bracken talks with Dr. Walter Dudley, a professor emeritus from UH Hilo and author of many books on tsunami (including two new