AP-HI--Hawaii News Coverage Advisory, HI
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HILO, Hawaii — An electric utility on the Big Island has restored power to nearly all active customers in a neighborhood that was evacuated when the Kilauea volcano began erupting. Power has been restored to all customers who requested reconnections to their homes in Leilani Estates except at a few sites where damaged equipment still needs to be replaced, Hawaii Electric Light Co. spokeswoman Rhea Lee-Moku told the Hawaii Tribune-Herald. SENT: 245 words.
HONOLULU — Two health insurers in Hawaii will cover dental care for adults on Medicaid after the state program excluded oral health benefits a decade ago. AlohaCare and Ohana Health Plan are investing nearly $1 million to provide basic adult dental care for Medicaid members, which number about Hawaii 364,000 residents. SENT: 250 words.
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