More than 216,150 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered on the Big Island, with nearly 6,000 of those shots going into arms since June 16.
HONOLULU — The so-called COVID-19 delta variant, which was first detected in India, is spreading in Hawaii, state health officials said Tuesday.
HONOLULU — Uncertainty remains about when Hawaii will drop its requirement for vaccinated travelers to have negative coronavirus test results so they can avoid quarantine after arriving in the state.
HONOLULU — A legislative aide to a Honolulu city councilman is on paid administrative leave after receiving a letter from federal authorities informing him he’s a target in an investigation.
HONOLULU — The state is appealing a recent ruling that allowed a lawsuit to proceed by siblings who say the death of their brother, “Peter Boy” Kema, could have been prevented.
Business has nearly returned to pre-pandemic levels for Hawaiian Airlines, even with no news for when international travel can resume.
A brown water advisory has been posted for waters off Kailua Village following heavy rainfall over the weekend.
HONOLULU — Dozens of baby squid from Hawaii are in space for study.
Hawaii lawmakers want to grow and commercialize the Big Island’s agricultural industry to boost the economy, but more and better coordination among private, public and education sectors will be necessary to do so.
The spotlight has been on the membership of the Leeward Planning Commission lately, not because of actions they’ve taken, but because of who they are.
A homeless village first discussed in 2017 and expected to be completed in May has yet to begin construction.
Hawaii Fire Department Emergency Medical Services personnel responded to two fatal police-involved shootings in Hilo within a week — one June 13 in Wainaku and the second Friday at a vacant Kilauea Avenue home on Hilo’s southern outskirts.