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A new website developed by the Hawaii Agricultural Foundation hopes to support restaurants statewide by providing an updated list of locally owned businesses that offer takeout or delivery services.
Dr. Scott Miscovich, a private physician on Oahu who is a senior adviser on Lt. Gov. Josh Greens COVID-19 Task Force, said Tuesday he conducted the testing of several asymptomatic senators at the state capitol on Thursday after Sen. Clarence Nishihara tested positive.
Hawaii Countys legal department is combing through a stay-at-home emergency proclamation Gov. David Ige signed Monday, looking for interpretations that best fit the Big Island, Mayor Harry Kim said Tuesday.
MOSCOW A 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck in the northern Pacific on Wednesday and forecasters said tsunami waves were possible for the nearest shores. A brief tsunami watch for Hawaii was canceled.
HONOLULU Hawaii said officials recorded its first death from COVID-19, but later said they were re-evaluating test results.
The statewide stay-at-home order that goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday will not impact Matson operations, the company said Tuesday.
Bank of Hawaii will be temporarily closing select branch locations across the state and the West Pacific region in light of the recent stay-at-home/work-at-home order for the state of Hawaii.
The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations has established a new webform for filing unemployment claims that is available 24/7.
The parking lot of a Honolulu stadium has become the temporary home for rental vehicles that have been idled following the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The state is instituting a 90-day waiver on expired drivers licenses and state ID cards because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. David Ige said Monday his statewide lockdown order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic is aimed at social distancing the single most effective way of controlling this deadly virus.
The line of automobiles extended over a half-mile as residents descended upon Old Kona Airport Park for West Hawaiis first drive-up COVID-19 testing Monday morning.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the publics help locating two girls last seen nearly a year ago in Kailua-Kona.