The state Department of Health on Friday reported 233 new cases of COVID-19 as Hawaii’s total case count topped 4,500.
HONOLULU — Days before the first day for public school students across Hawaii, the statewide teachers union filed a complaint with the state Labor Relations Board over working conditions from increasing COVID-19 infections.
Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the state, the Hawaii State Public Library System said it will temporarily suspend computer time at all library branches statewide effective Sunday through Aug. 31.
An 18-year-old man was rescued Thursday night after suffering traumatic injuries in a 20-foot fall off a cliff at Mackenzie State Recreation Area in Puna.
The 34th annual Alii Challenge Rough Water Swim continued with tradition on Sunday as a small group of ten individuals and eight (two and three-person) relay teams braved six miles of open ocean along the Kona Coast.
HONOLULU — A federal judge has ordered an Oahu businessman held without bail pending trial on multiple charges stemming from a lengthy organized crime ring investigation.
Maunakea protest camp spurs ethics complaint: Ethics Board debates jurisdiction, postpones action until September
The Board of Ethics considered a citizen petition Wednesday asking why Hawaii County isn’t enforcing laws on Maunakea ranging from last year’s blockade of the mountain’s access road to the construction of unpermitted structures near the protest site.
A Waimea man is facing seven charges in connection with a two-car crash Nov. 10, 2019, that claimed the life of a mother of four and injured three girls.
CARES money hitting the streets: County awards $43 million of its $80 million coronavirus relief grant
With less than five months left to use it all or lose it, Hawaii County has been just chipping away at spending $80 million in federal coronavirus relief funds, but the pace is expected to quicken over the coming months as grants are distributed among community organizations and individuals.
This fall, Prince Dance Institute is offering more than 25 performing arts classes at Kahilu Theatre in Waimea.
No additional positive COVID-19 tests cropped up after a West Hawaii battalion chief tested positive for the novel coronavirus earlier this month
For the first time, Airbnb is taking legal action against a guest for violating its ban on unauthorized parties.
HONOLULU — Seven more inmates at Hawaii’s biggest jail have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections to 16, the state Department of Public Safety said Wednesday.
Hawaii County crews will replace a traffic signal Thursday evening into Friday morning at the intersection of Kamehameha III Road and Highway 11 (Kuakini Highway) in Keauhou.
HONOLULU — An Oahu high school teacher was arrested for violating the 14-day traveler quarantine the state mandated to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
More than 200 new cases of COVID-19 and four new coronavirus-related deaths were announced Wednesday by the Hawaii COVID-19 Joint Information Center.
A 33-year-old Hilo man already under indictment for allegedly possessing child pornography now faces more severe charges in connection with the same incident.