Over the past two decades, the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) has set up a camera network system to monitor visual changes at Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes. This network was designed for the volcanic activity of the time and captured the two long-lived eruptions of Kilauea at the summit and East Rift Zone up close.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s unemployment rate dropped significantly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic but was still tied for third-worst in the nation in August.
Long-awaited hydrogen buses on the way: Transit administrator predicts first bus in service by end of year
It’s been a long road, but the county’s first hydrogen bus — and possibly even three buses — should be traveling Kona streets before the year is out.
Lacey Uchida was itching to get back on the golf course after last playing competitively in winning the Hawaii state amateur in March.
The newest numbers regarding runaways and missing children on the Big Island are in.
A 32-year-old Hilo man is facing reckless endangering and firearms offenses stemming from a reported shooting Friday in the parking lot of an apartment complex in Hilo.
State health officials reported 102 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the statewide total case count to 10,946.
Honua Ola Bioenergy, also known as Hu Honua Bioenergy, on Wednesday filed a lawsuit in the state Supreme Court requesting the Public Utilities Commission be ordered to vacate its July 9 decision that nullified an amended power-purchase agreement the almost completed Pepeekeo power plant had with Hawaiian Electric Co.
The NCAA Division I Council announced Wednesday that men’s and women’s basketball would start Nov. 25, keeping the hopes of March Madness alive and showing the disparity between the lower divisions.
After spending just $4.4 million of its $80 million federal coronavirus relief allotment from March through July, Hawaii County has stepped up its game and in August reported $21.8 million in expenditures.
The Blood Bank of Hawaii is returning to the neighbor islands for the first time since March to collect blood from donors.
A new school in Kona opened its doors Tuesday to 17 students aspiring to become the latest medical professionals in a field that is facing critical shortages in Hawaii.