Native Hawaiians flock to Las Vegas for affordable living

January 23, 2023

Kona Purdy never wanted to live anywhere but Hawaii. As a Native Hawaiian, he wanted his children to grow up like he did: rooted in their culture, and nourished by the mountains and ocean.


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