Casey Lund

Casey Lund

Sunrise Reporter

Honolulu, Hawaii

Casey Lund is a reporter for Hawaii News Now Sunrise, Hawaii's top-ranked morning news.

Recent Articles by Casey

  Health care company partners with nonprofit to vaccinate Native Hawaiian communities

  Unemployed workers, advocacy groups rally over unemployment system woes

  Unemployment benefits start flowing again for many but not all

  Select Longs locations across Hawaii to begin offering COVID-19 vaccine

  UH med school’s mobile clinic for Hawaii’s homeless becomes target of thieves

  State: There’s no timeline for distribution of key unemployment extension benefits

  State lawmakers, legislative staff get COVID-19 vaccine as essential workers

  Navigating federal, state extensions to unemployment benefits proves frustrating

  Security ramped up at state Capitol as Biden’s inauguration nears

  Number of unemployment claims in Hawaii jumps after the holidays

  Noisy run-up to New Year’s prompts growing calls for more fireworks enforcement

  After a terrible year for the fishing industry, New Year’s demand has many optimistic

U.S. Sen. Schatz: Hawaii could see at least $1 billion from stimulus agreement

City holds final food distribution event of the year at Aloha Stadium

  Many of Hawaii’s unemployed workers plan rally to demand action from state

  Growing COVID-19 outbreak at Halawa prison sparks concerns of mismanagement

  ‘It’s insane’: 9 months later, unemployed workers still frustrated by state’s lack of response

  For Hawaii’s foster kids, going through holidays amid pandemic twice as tough

  Many of Hawaii’s unemployed struggle through holidays while waiting for benefits

  8 months into Hawaii’s economic crisis, thousands still without unemployment aid

  Experts: Avoid gatherings and opt for virtual get-togethers this Thanksgiving

  State slowly makes progress on jobless claims, but many still not getting answers

  Visitors from Japan aren’t coming back in droves, but officials see encouraging signs

  Despite new unemployment call center, many still struggling to get answers

  Ahead of tourism’s relaunch, group lays out ‘roadmap’ to economic recovery

  27,000 Hawaii workers exhausted their state jobless benefits in September

  City to allow permitted camping on Oahu for 5 people or less

  Environmental group works to restore Maunalua Bay as water quality drops

  So far, new unemployment call center is falling short of promises

  Coaches and parents put pressure on city to resume youth sports sooner