A bill aimed at speeding up historic preservation reviews cleared its first committee Tuesday.
An Oahu Circuit Court judge Monday lifted an injunction prohibiting the issuance or renewal of aquarium fishing permits for West Hawaii waters.
From a prodigiously talented 15-year-old to the most decorated female skier of all-time, Mikaela Shiffrin has done quite a lot in only 12 years.
A bill that would require County Council authorization of time extensions to zoning ordinances was temporarily set aside Tuesday after an amendment to the measure.
A proposal to more than double the number of rooms at a North Kohala retreat is headed to a contested case hearing after three neighbors successfully petitioned the Leeward Planning Commission.
Kona Community Hospital is running at or near capacity daily — but COVID, RSV and the flu aren’t to blame.
Nearly a quarter million acres on Hawaii Island are proposed to be designated as critical habitat for the federally threatened ‘i‘iwi, or scarlet honeycreeper.
Two thieves were caught on video using a stolen government vehicle and tow harness to make off with an ATM early Sunday from a gas station in Kailua Village.
Hawaii County’s subsidized golf program continues in 2023 at two West Hawaii locations.
A Hawaii County pilot program to divert spare change from panhandlers to nonprofits is coming to an end.
It’s no secret that the key to healthy plants is healthy soil, and the best way to improve soil is by incorporating compost, which can take up to a year to make.
Severe thunderstorms packing torrential rain and even hail walloped areas of the Big Island on Monday as a strong cold front moved over the Aloha State.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is moving forward with plans to renovate and expand its Kona temple.
A former Hawaii Police Department officer imprisoned since fatally shooting his wife in 2002 will spend at least nine more years behind bars before becoming eligible for parole under a new minimum term set by the Hawaii Paroling Authority.