Hawaii Island hotels saw occupancy drop significantly in September following Gov. David Ige’s request travelers hold off on coming to the Aloha State as Hawaii battled a surge in COVID cases.
Construction of a permanent Federal Inspection Services facility to allow for continued international arrivals beyond this year at Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport at Keahole has been completed under budget and ahead of schedule.
The vog is back.
Visitor arrivals and spending in August remained below pre-pandemic times with the outlook for September appearing bleak as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact Hawaii’s tourism industry.
Swimming with Hawaiian spinner dolphins will be a thing of the past come next month.
Hawaii County is moving forward with plans to construct a 10 million gallon water reservoir to serve coastal areas of South Kohala.
The Ironman World Championship will be held outside of Hawaii for the first time in its 40-plus history, race officials announced Thursday.
NEW ORLEANS — Hurricane Ida knocked out power to all of New Orleans and inundated coastal Louisiana communities on a deadly path through the Gulf Coast that was still unfolding and promised more destruction.
American Red Cross volunteers from the Big Island are deploying to California to assist victims of multiple ongoing wildfires that have scorched hundreds of thousands of acres, destroyed 2,000 structures and forced thousands to evacuate.
Preliminary hearings have been set for a man and woman facing an array of traffic, property crimes and drug offenses stemming from an incident early Tuesday in Holualoa.
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported Thursday morning the earthquake swarm that began Monday beneath the south part of Kilauea caldera, within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, has waned.
When Kat Balsimo came out to her vehicle Saturday night after a grueling 15-hour shift as health coordinator at North Hawaii Community Hospital, her bike — her means of escaping the stress and realities of being a nurse amid the COVID-19 pandemic — had been swiped.
The Ironman World Championship has once again been rescheduled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
As bulldozers finally connected a firebreak around the Big Island’s largest wildland fire to date, four Parker Ranch employees on the frontlines of the blaze took a moment Friday to reflect on the prior week.
Parker Ranch is forging ahead with plans for a large reforestation project on the slopes of Maunakea and reseeding thousands of acres of pasture destroyed by the largest fire to impact the operation in its 175-year history.
A Kona coffee grower has agreed to fund the planting of hundreds of Native Hawaiian trees as part of a settlement meted with the state for damaging a conservation easement in 2019.