State lawmakers and county council members are “conflicted” about the future of tourism post COVID-19.
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State lawmakers and County Council members are conflicted about the future of tourism on the Big Island in the eventual aftermath of the COVID-19 lockdown.
Here’s a brief look at some other news from the Big Island and state related to the coronavirus pandemic.
A 66-year-old Captain Cook man charged with murder stated in court Friday that he fatally shot his son in self-defense.
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Some Big Island farmers are concerned about plans proposed by Young Brothers to reduce its Hilo shipping frequency.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for Washington, D.C., on Friday ordered the Federal Aviation Administration and National Park Service to produce a schedule for bringing 23 national parks, including those in Hawaii, into compliance with the Air Tour Management Act of 2000.
A 61-year-old Keaau has been arrested in connection with the death of an elderly female at a residence in Hawaiian Paradise Park.
The state Department of Health has distributed 12 Abbott ID NOW COVID-19 rapid test instruments to the counties, the DOH announced this afternoon.
One new case of COVID-19 was reported today in Hawaii.
A brief look at other COVID-19 related news from throughout the state.
Hawaii County might take a page from Honolulu’s playbook and tack an extra property tax on multi-million dollar residences.
Even as the COVID-19 pandemic affects industries worldwide, real estate activity on the Big Island remains relatively steady.
An official tasked with overseeing the arrival of passengers at Hawaii’s airports was raked over the coals Thursday by members of the state Senate’s Special Committee on COVID-19.
The inmate population at Hawaii Community Correctional Center continues to shrink as a result of an order by the Hawaii Supreme Court to reduce populations in the state’s jails and prisons to help prevent a COVID-19 outbreak in those facilities.
The third and final phase of the Mohouli Heights Senior Neighborhood in Hilo was completed months ahead of schedule.
Public schools in Hawaii announced their plans for graduation celebrations.
Police are seeking the public’s assistance with finding a missing 14-year-old Hilo girl.
Friends used to socializing with each other are finding unique ways to stay in touch while adhering to Gov. David Ige’s stay-at-home order.
A brief look at other news from throughout the state.
HONOLULU — The U.S. Navy said Wednesday it will host the world’s largest maritime exercises in Hawaii again this year, but the drills will only be conducted at sea because of the coronavirus.
The state Department of Health reports that as of noon today, there are five new cases of COVID-19, making the statewide number of reported cases 618.