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Ka Leo O Kalani

The student news site of Kalani High School

Ka Leo O Kalani

The student news site of Kalani High School

Ka Leo O Kalani

An electronic road sign spreads the message of Covid-19, cautioning “No large gatherings”  at the intersection of Kalakaua and Monsarrat Avenues. The sign reminds people not to have large gatherings. It alternates through three other messages: “Stop the spread,” “Do your part,” and “Violators will be cited.” During the Covid-19 pandemic, social gatherings on Oahu have been limited to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. According to KHON 2, Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi extended the suspension of large gatherings. The suspension started on Sept. 22, but Blangiardi extended it until Oct. 19. To stay safe, and prevent the risk of case spikes, remember to avoid large gatherings. Photo by Eleni Cheng 2021.

COVID Restrictions Extended

Eleni Cheng, Photojournalism
October 14, 2021
One job should be enough strike posters at the Local Union 5 headquarters. Photo by Abby Bustamante 2018.

Hotel Workers Strike

Abby Bustamante, Photojournalism
October 14, 2018
Drones become increasingly popular in the state of Hawaii as operation becomes easier and quality gets better. As we see them popping up more and more, regulations become more important to us. Hawaii must abide by all U.S drone laws. For example, drones may not fly above 400 feet, five miles from airports, and above state parks. In addition to these laws, all drones must be registered and labeled with the registration number. Hawaii does not have any specific rules. Photos by Lucy Fagan 2018.

Drones becoming popular in Hawaii

Lucy Fagan, Photojournalism
October 6, 2018
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