HONOLULU (AP) — Federal data indicates Hawaii has potentially missed out on tens of millions of dollars in federal reimbursements from claims related to teaching Medicaid-insured special education students. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports that a review of federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services data shows the state received nearly $260,000 for school-based Medicaid health services in 2016, a fraction of what most states get. On average, states received $48 million in 2016, the latest year with state-by-state statistics available. State Rep. Sylvia Luke, who heads the House Finance Committee, says she believes Hawaii has been missing out on about $50 million to $100 million annually
2018 Little League World Series U.S. bracket: Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores (1-0) vs. Hawaii (1-0) When: 2 p.m. Where: Williamsport, Pa. TV: ABC, BOX SCORE At stake: The winner advances to play another undefeated U.S. team at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The loser will play in an elimination game at 3 p.m. Monday. The skinny: Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores won its opening game of the tournament, 5-4, by scoring three runs in their last at-bat.
ESPN — Little League World Series, consolation game, at Williamsport, Pa. ESPN — Little League World Series, elimination game, at Williamsport, Pa. ESPN — Little League World Series, elimination game, at Williamsport, Pa. ESPNU — American Legion World Series, first semifinal, t Shelby, N.C. ESPN2 — Little League World Series, elimination game, at Williamsport, Pa. ESPNU — American Legion World Series, second semifinal, at Shelby, N.C. ESPN2 — Little League World Series, elimination game, at Williamsport, Pa. FS2 — Saratoga Live, Evan Shipman (NYB) Stakes, at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. MLB — Regional coverage, Cleveland at Boston OR Atlanta at Pittsburgh MLB — Regional coverage, St. Louis at L.A.
It’s a case of an old scam in a new wineskin. Customers of electric utility companies in the state of Hawaii are being targeted by scammers who are relying on the relative anonymity offered by cryptocurrencies. The fraudsters are calling the customers of power firms that include Hawaii Electric Light, Maui Electric and Hawaiian Electric
AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Timicoin/TimiHealth (www.timicoin.io), a healthcare Blockchain-as-a-Service company, and First Vitals, Inc. announced today they have entered into a partnership to use Timicoin/TimiHealth's blockchain for storing real-time data required to support First Vital's healthcare operations throughout the State of Hawaii. First Vitals, a Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) grant awardee 2012 through 2015, also supports a CMS practice transformation program for physician organizations and providers throughout the State participating in the Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC+) program. The program includes nine physician organizations, representing approximately 100 practices, 252 providers and over 375,000 patients with chronic conditions throughout Hawaii.
In the distant footsteps of Hurricane Hector, Major Hurricane Lane is forecast to take a similar path just south of the Big Island of Hawaii next week.
This season, UCLA will again play the toughest schedule in college football. It's the reason that many are predicting that UCLA will struggle this season. Recently, Chip Kelly mentioned that the UCLA Bruins will play anyone in the FBS Subdivision. UCLA remains one of just three teams that have never played an FCS school. The other two schools are Southern Cal and Notre Dame. The Bruins will face the Auburn Tigers for the first time ever when the Tigers visit the Rose Bowl on September 4, 2027 and will then travel to Auburn on September 2, 2028. Meanwhile, the Bruins have also scheduled three more games against the Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors. The first game will be played in Honolulu in 2020 while
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -- C-SPAN is headed to Hawaii. The public affairs network is sending its 45-foot C-SPAN Bus to Oahu and Maui to host events and talk to Hawaii residents about community issues. It's part of the network's 14-month 50 Capitals Tour to engage with teachers, students, elected officials, and C-SPAN viewers across the country. The bus will be in Hawaii from Wednesday through Aug. 25. On Wednesday, the bus will make a stop at the state Capitol building, where a Hawaiian blessing will be held. During its 10 days in Hawaii, the bus will visit public schools around Oahu and Maui as well as historical monuments like Iolani Palace. "We are excited to have this extended opportunity
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii is dropping its legal fight against President Donald Trump's travel ban on citizens from several mostly Muslim countries after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the policy. The state attorney general's office voluntarily dismissed the case Monday. Lt. Gov. Doug Chin sued to stop the travel ban from taking effect when he was attorney general last year. Current Attorney General Russell Suzuki says while the state is disappointed in the Supreme Court's decision, Hawaii's fight pushed the administration to scale back its efforts. Suzuki spokeswoman Dana Viola says the department weighed options, evaluated litigation rights and decided dropping the case was in the state's best interest.
Hawaii will allow ride-hailing services to operate at the Honolulu airport on a permanent basis after changes were approved to administration rules. Uber and Lyft, which the state refers to as transportation network companies, have operated at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport since December 2017 under a pilot program to test feasibility. Gov. David Ige signed off Tuesday on the amended rules that go into effect Aug. 24, allowing the transportation companies licensed by the state to apply for a permit from the state Department of Transportation. The decision followed a series of public meetings held across the state on the proposed changes, the first rule changes for commercial services