A mom and her young son finally have a chance to be free of domestic violence, but they could use a helping hand.
Her 4-year-old daughter had to stop going to the preschool program because childcare subsidies ran out.
They’re living with Mom’s sister for now while saving up for a security deposit and first month’s rent.
Nine units in the Kalihi building were destroyed in July after a nearby stream overflowed during Tropical Storm Darby.
After being homeless for 11 years, Mom, Dad and their six children got into low-income housing in October.
One of the band’s ukulele kumus, Uncle Eldean passed away unexpectedly in October.
Four generations are making do: Mom, Dad, their 2-year old daughter, Mom’s parents, her uncle, and grandmother.
Mom and Dad both work full-time, but they don’t have enough savings for a first and last month’s down payment to rent an apartment.
Mom has been struggling to get on her feet, but has been approved for county housing and can move in this month.
In the last three years, a man lost his wife and became caregiver to his mom as well as his child.
The woman’s partner, who was the family’s main source of income, recently died from cancer.
The one-year-old girl is in the hospital, and she’ll likely be there for her birthday and the holidays.
A single mother is determined to make a better life for her daughter and she is very close to the next step, getting her college degree.
Mom and Dad are only 40 years old, so they were stunned when Dad suffered a stroke in September.
Volunteers in Windward Oahu are all too familiar with the season of giving, but they could use some help this holiday season.
Lester is forecast to weaken slightly tonight on Monday but remain at tropical storm strength.
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Much of the mud has been cleaned out of the homes, but it could still take weeks before they can move back in.
Employees from Marukame Udon taught students at Jefferson Elementary School how to make noodles from scratch.
Students created tree ornaments filled with wishes they had to fulfill.