Allie Navarette, the record-setting UH-Hilo women’s basketball player, claimed her experience of “treatment from teammates that only got worse” led to her decision to transfer to Metropolitan State University in Denver.
The state Department of Health reported two new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the statewide total to 900.
Before he became a vice president for Disneyland Resorts and Aulani at Ko Olina on Oahu and a Kamehameha Schools trustee, Elliot Mills was an all-around student-athlete at St. Joseph, where he sharpened his greatest gift.
A spike in COVID-19 case numbers on Sunday were largely due to a cluster of 17 Honolulu cases all associated with attending a funeral. Intensive contact tracing identified the cases quickly, testing was conducted, and all are in isolation. Contact tracing also identified six cases in Leeward Oahu associated with known clusters, and all of the cases are in isolation.
ROME — The world surpassed two sobering coronavirus milestones Sunday — 500,000 confirmed deaths, 10 million confirmed cases — and hit another high mark for daily new infections as governments that attempted reopenings continued to backtrack and warn that worse news could be yet to come.
A delay in design plans for the $75 million Kealakehe Wastewater Treatment Plant frustrated members of the county Environmental Management Commission, who grilled the administration Wednesday about why the county can’t simply stop illegal discharges altogether.
Picture, if you will, four Russian nesting dolls, each roosting inside another. Imagine the largest figurine is of President Donald Trump, and gestating inside are dolls representing the civil rights crisis, inside a financial disaster, inside the coronavirus pandemic.
With a “disturbing surge of infections” in coronavirus cases nationwide, Dr. Tony Fauci testified before Congress last Tuesday that the next two weeks will be critical in controlling the spread.
We missed our annual celebration of Kamehameha Day, an official state holiday on June 11 established in 1871 by Kamehameha V, grandson of Kamehameha I. It’s a big day in Hawaii, with parades, lei-draping ceremonies and ho‘olaule‘a, but this year due to the pandemic, all events were canceled.