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Funding for two major Hawaii Island road projects is among more than $4.9 billion in capital improvement projects funds approved Wednesday by the state House Committee on Finance.
HONOLULU Bail will remain at $5 million for a mother arrested on Kauai over the disappearance of her two Idaho children, a judge ruled Wednesday.
HONOLULU Hawaiian Airlines said Wednesday it would suspend flights to South Korea amid a spike in cases of the new coronavirus and declining demand for tickets in the country.
Hawaii Island police are renewing their request for the publics assistance in locating a 37-year-old Pahoa man who was reported missing.
HONOLULU A national labor union conducted an audit of its organization in Hawaii and found what it said is excessive spending and a lack of transparency by some staff.
HONOLULU The Honolulu Police Department stripped police authority from the half-brother of the departments former chief following his arrest due to an altercation between the two men.
Two telescopes on Maunakea scheduled for decommissioning are expected to be removed from the summit by 2023.
HONOLULU A mother arrested in Hawaii over the disappearance of her two Idaho children wants a judge to reconsider her $5 million bail.
Hawaiian Electric is hosting public meetings providing an opportunity for residents to learn about the companys efforts to reach clean energy milestones and take part in the companys Integrated Grid Planning conversation.
WAILUKU, Maui Firefighters in Hawaii have been unable to completely extinguish a large brush fire on an uninhabited island used for military bombing practice for decades because of explosive material in the area.