The State Department of Health report as of noon today says there are 42 new
The state continues to see double-digit increases in new reported and confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Governor David Ige and the four county mayors met on Wednesday and on Thursday to
The State Department of Health’s Food Safety Branch says it will suspend operations of restaurants,
The University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization (UHERO) and Chambers of Commerce throughout Hawaii are
Former Mayor Billy Kenoi is suffering from some life-threatening health issues, and he shares the details plus shares thoughts about our island’s economy, tourism, the next mayor’s job, and more. He also gives a heartfelt tribute to
During this time of COVID-19, which has now been going on for more than 3 months, people are feeling anxious, they’re feeling depression, they’re facing job losses and other uncertainties. Physician Assistant Christopher Russell and psychologist Dr.
On June 5, 1989, photojournalist Jeff Widener –who used to be with the Honolulu Advertiser — took what turned out to be the iconic photographer called “Tankman,” of a lone man in front of tanks in Tiananmen
Kehau Costa of Hawaii Island Realtors, Julie Mitchell of Ku’ikahi Mediation Center in Hilo, and Eric Paul of West Hawaii Mediation Center in Waimea talk about the concern about people who may not be able to pay
Anne Broderson, Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner, and Clayton McGhan, the Executive Director of Ali’i Health Center in Keauhou Shopping Center (an affiliate of Kona Community Hospital and the Kona Ambulatory Surgery Center) talked with Island Conversations host
Voting by mail–we’ve been hearing from national leaders that voting by mail is fraudulent. Is it? If so, how is it addressed? What is the history of voting by mail in the country? Hawaii County has had