Hawaiian Air scales back service, offers free interisland flights to health care workers

A closer look at how the state’s coronavirus zip code maps work

  Despite shutdown, businesses are hiring. Here’s how to find those with ‘help wanted’ signs

  Amid pandemic, 17 homeless people move into state’s first Kauhale village

  Here’s how the mandatory quarantine for inter-island travelers will work

Battleship Missouri offers Hawaii students free virtual tour

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  Hawaii’s first coronavirus-related death was older Oahu man with multiple health issues

  HFD temporarily closes Kalihi Uka station after firefighters test positive for COVID-19

  Mayor calls on president to stop all non-essential travel to Hawaii

  Kauai police arrest visitor accused of violating state’s mandatory quarantine

  WATCH ‘This is Now’: Unemployment claims continue to mount in Hawaii

Police publish FAQ on stay-at-home order after 911 dispatchers are swamped with questions

  Suspicious device investigation triggered evacuations, road closures in McCully

Police responded to the scene around 7:20 a.m.

  Governor expands state’s mandatory quarantine to include inter-island travelers, too

The state reported 29 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the state's total to 204.

Maui’s mayor: Surfing or paddling is fine. Lounging on the beach is not

Sunbathing is a no-no.

  Economist: Recession in Hawaii will surpass anything we’ve seen ‘in our lifetimes’

“This is worse than they ever expected."

Kauai chef launches virtual marketplace to connect farmers to consumers

PHOTOS: Hawaii honors first responders on the front lines of the pandemic

  Amid virus outbreak, volunteers come together to serve food to kupuna, others in need

Hawaii Democrats to count presidential primary votes May 23

Forecast: Lighter winds with increasing showers due today

‘Grab-and-Go’ meals are coming to more Hawaii public schools

  Some Hawaii hospitals accept homemade masks as experts urge public to wear them

The coronavirus is making our local health care system change some of its old rules. Now some hospitals are accepting donations of homemade masks and the CDC is considering guidelines that would recommend everyone to wear them in public.

  To pass the time, these kids ditched their phones and produced a play

At a home in Makakilo the backyard is the back drop for a puppet production put on by three siblings and teacher Zen Bishop, their "hanai" grandmother.

NCAA grants extra year of eligibility to spring athletes due to coronavirus

The decision, which applies to athletes in sports like men’s volleyball, baseball and softball, effectively extends each individual’s eligibility by one year.

  If you’re struggling to pay your rent or mortgage, here’s the help available to you

Homeowners with federally-backed mortgages can delay payments for a year.

In bid to stop spread of virus, Queen’s hospitals will no longer allow most visitors

Exceptions are being made for obstetrics and pediatrics, end-of-life care and patients with an appointment at a clinic who are accompanied by a caregiver.

  US cities brace for coronavirus spread; Spain’s hospitals at breaking point

The top infectious-disease expert in the United States warned that smaller U.S. cities are about to witness the rapid acceleration in coronavirus cases that New York is seeing.

Visitor arrivals to Hawaii slow to a trickle under mandatory quarantine order

The Hawaii Tourism Authority says 167 visitors arrived in the islands Saturday.

Local distillery needs help with supplies to keep making sanitizer for first responders

But in order to keep production up, the company says they are in desperate need of a number of items.

  Researchers need your help tracking the movement of coronavirus in Hawaii

The questionnaire, which should take 5 to 10 minutes to complete, collects data for researchers and health professionals.

  WATCH ‘This is Now’: Number of coronavirus cases in US nears 160,000

Get the latest on news from around Hawaii and the world.

Hawaii to get $1.2B in direct cash payments to residents as part of stimulus package

The funding is part of a massive, $2.2 trillion economic stimulus package.

  Entrepreneurs launch website to collect data, provide info on coronvirus in Hawaii

The group wants the site to be able to share information -- and track the virus in Hawaii in real time.

Power outage cancels grab-and-go meal service at Maui school for the day

The DOE said during the first week, nearly 16,000 breakfasts and 30,000 lunches were served.

TSA screening officer at Honolulu’s airport tests positive for COVID-19

The employee is reported to be at home resting.

  Kids stuck at home? Let’s learn about the weather together!

To help Hawaii’s kids keep learning during their time away from campus, Emmy Award-winning meteorologist Jennifer Robbins is doing these lessons and experiments from her own home.

Telescope operations atop Mauna Kea shut down in response to virus order

The shutdown of telescope operations on Mauna Kea is expected to affect more than 500 technicians, astronomers, instrument scientists, engineers, and support staff.

Hawaiian Electric proposes battery storage project on Maui

Hawaiian Electric has proposed the construction of a battery storage system on Maui that will lead to the closure of a power plant there.

  Is takeout safe to eat during the coronavirus outbreak? Experts explain.

There has not been evidence to show the virus is transmitted by eating food.

Crash on Waialua Beach Rd. leaves motorcyclist in critical condition

Honolulu Police say the 65-year-old man apparently lost control of his motorcycle and struck the pavement. They say he was not wearing a helmet.

  Despite being shut in by virus, cast of Hawaii musical reunites for video performance

Nearly 30 perform a song while scattered around the country.

  FBI agents raid Waialae Iki home, search for explosives

Nearly two dozen FBI agents raided a Waialae Iki home Sunday, searching for explosives.

The Kukui Grove Cinema in the heart of Lihue will close its doors for good

The owner points to the coronavirus pandemic and weak audience turnout as the reason for the closure.

Flash flood warning canceled for Oahu

The warning was set to last until 1:15 p.m. Sunday.

Despite statewide restriction on mass gatherings, large groups continue to meet

In Waikiki, police broke up a group of at least sixteen people — mostly tourists — drinking and socializing in close quarters on the rooftop of a hostel on Cartwright Road.

2 Honolulu first responders test positive for coronavirus, authorities say

A spokesperson said the member is currently quarantining at their home.

  Waters recede after flooding rains on Kauai, leaving behind a big mess

The massive debris from upstream slammed into the Wailua Bridge, creating a makeshift dam. Then, the river began to swell into nearby properties.

The state now tracks number of COVID-19 patients released from isolation

It's an indication of the number of people who have recovered.

  Family mourns victims of Ewa Beach double-homicide; suspect charged, bail set at $2M

Police say the murder investigation in Ewa Beach is tied to a crash in Wahiawa.

Kauai left to clean up mess from severe overnight flooding; shelter opens

The threat of flooding continues through Saturday night.

Costco changes business hours amid coronavirus pandemic

The retail giant said all of its U.S. locations will close at 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Merrie Monarch ticket refunds are available, though some opt to donate the money

The money donated will be distributed among the halau that were set to participate.

Maui County outlines ‘essential’ businesses and activities

The list not only lays out which businesses are exempt from the “stay at home, work from home” order, it also includes some businesses that are not exempt and explains why.

Here’s a guide for small businesses in need of federal aid under the CARES Act

The bipartisan $2 trillion act signed by President Trump on Friday is the largest aid package in American history.

PHOTOS: Kauai, Oahu slammed with torrential rain, severe flooding

Many Kauai residents woke Saturday to parts of the islands under water after heavy rainfall moved in overnight.

DOH warns antimalarial drugs are not a safe way to prevent COVID-19

Currently, there are no approved drugs to prevent or treat COVID-19 and a vaccine is not yet available.

  Kupuna hours are great, but health officials worry of unintended consequences

Lt. Gov. Josh Green is among those worried when long lines form.

  Family of young Hawaii coronavirus patient urges state to take ‘stay-at-home’ order seriously

"It breaks all of our hearts. Because we know him as a strong, active, fun-loving man."

  WATCH: ‘Coronavirus Pandemic: Hawaii’s Response,’ our town hall on COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the state, the need for accurate information and honest answers is higher than ever.

Here’s how you can get half off your takeout bill while supporting local restaurants

There are dozens of participating restaurants.

  Some fierce fun, a Hawaii-native lifts spirits with online dance parties

His target audience includes 700,000 Instagram followers.

  Decrease in flights is packing a punch for state exporters

Companies that sell highly perishable food products to the mainland typically use the major airlines.

  Patient recovering from COVID-19 isn’t cleared to fly, but doesn’t have a place to stay

The state is working with hotels who may offer housing to those previously infected.

  Public schools seek to waive graduation requirements for Class of 2020

The goal: Ensure students can graduate on time.

  Tens of thousands laid off in Hawaii face losing health insurance benefits

So far this week, there have been 81,410 unemployment filings and that doesn’t include Friday’s numbers, which are not available yet.

  Closed park bathrooms lead to a big mess ... and concern about a broader health risk

“We are making a public health risk much worse."

  Amid pandemic, veterinarians turn to drive-up service and even telemedicine

Veterinary services are deemed “essential” during the statewide stay-at-home mandate.

  If working from home has been a tough adjustment, you’re not alone

In the living room of her Foster Village house, special education teacher Nicola Nakama-Ching sits on the floor at a foldout table, staring at her laptop and cell phone.

2 more drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites planned on Oahu this weekend

Demand for tests in the community remain high.

Facility for homeless who test positive for COVID-19 to open by April 1

The medical facility will be housed in a city-owned building on Kaaahi Street in Iwilei.

  City to reduce bus service as stay-at-home order remains in effect

The city has deemed city bus service essential, but has urged passengers to practice social distancing.

HTA: 268 visitors arrived in Hawaii on first day of mandatory quarantine

The Hawaii Tourism Authority says that compares to more than 30,000 daily arrivals at the same time last year.

At least through next month, Kaiser says it won’t terminate plans for non-payment

“As we face this most recent challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to stand together.”

  As hospitals brace for surge in COVID-19 cases, community pitches in to help healthcare workers

Healthcare workers rely on PPE to protect themselves from infections.

  Cheap produce draws hundreds, snarling traffic as virus outbreak ripples through economy

The produce wholesaler quickly sold out of its assortment of produce boxes after announcing a sale on fruit and vegetables.

  State takes inventory of hospital beds and eyes alternative facilities

Statewide, there are a total of 3,069 hospital beds.

Vince Gill, Amy Grant headlining Saturday’s Grand Ole Opry. Here’s how you can watch.

The Grand Ole Opry will broadcast around the world for its 4,917th consecutive Saturday night.

Dylan puts out 17-minute ode to Kennedy

The 78-year-old musician released a link to the song, titled "Murder Most Foul," on his website and social media.

Forecast: Stormy conditions heading in for the weekend

Trade winds will continue to decrease into the weekend as the high pressure ridge north of the state weakens in response to a low pressure trough sweeping in from the north.