The state health director said she thinks “it’s a bit early” to say Hawaii’s surge of COVID-19 cases fueled by the omicron variant has plateaued.
Hawaii County has taken another step toward building a skate park in Hilo, but members of the skating community remain skeptical.
HONOLULU — Only 51% of Hawaii public school teachers remained in the job after five years of work, according to a new report from the state Department of Education.
Police arrested two people Friday after one of them allegedly rammed two taxpayer-subsidized police vehicles in Puna.
HONOLULU — Honolulu attorneys may represent both the city and three police officers in a civil lawsuit by the family of a 16-year-old boy shot and killed by police, a judge ruled Friday in response to a motion by the teen’s relatives arguing the officers need to have their own lawyers to avoid conflicts of interest.
The American Red Cross is assisting seven people impacted by a structure fire Friday afternoon in the Alii Kai subdivision of Kailua-Kona.
Kalei Kamauu and his partner left the Hawaiian Electric Co. baseyard on Kaiwi Street in Kailua-Kona around 6 a.m. Friday morning heading to Ocean View for a traffic control job with Kipapa Traffic Management when poles came crashing to the ground on Alii Drive fronting the Kona Reef.
POIPU, Kauai — A marine mammal rescue team is looking for an adult humpback whale entangled in debris off the coast of Hawaii.
HONOLULU — Many University of Hawaii classes continue to be held online because the state is experiencing a surge of COVID-19 cases due to the omicron variant.
Prosecutors have filed charges against a 62-year-old Hilo man, accusing him of habitual drunken driving for the third time within a decade.
HONOLULU — Residents of Hawaiian homelands may soon have more options for connecting to the internet.
Executives for a stalled $10.5 million composting project addressed a County Council panel Tuesday, extolling the virtues of a centralized system, while other island recycling groups pushed for a distributed system of smaller facilities across the island.
A Kona police officer and five residents were honored by the County Council Tuesday for heroic efforts that saved the lives of two women caught in high surf last year.