According to Hawaii Governor David Ige, malls and some businesses will be allowed to reopen on Thursday.
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More Hawaii businesses will be permitted to reopen Thursday, as per a new emergency proclamation from Gov. David Ige.
Hawaii County Prosecutor Mitch Roth, who is running for Big Island mayor, said Tuesday his campaign’s Facebook and Instagram accounts have been spoofed.
The state Public Utilities Commission on Monday approved a request from Young Brothers to temporarily reduce its weekly barge schedules for Hawaii and Maui counties.
Hawaii County announced Tuesday it is working with The Food Basket, the Hawaii National Guard and the State Sheriff’s Division to provide food drop-offs islandwide in May amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Hawaii Island police arrested 11 motorists for suspected drunken driving between April 27 and Sunday. One of the drivers was involved in a traffic crash and two were younger than age 21.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating 13-year-old Alexander Weber who is missing. He was last seen Wednesday at his residence in Waikoloa.
Proposed budget released Tuesday $40.8M less than first proposed
The state Department of Health reports that as of noon Tuesday, there are four new cases of COVID-19, all in the City and County of Honolulu.
HONOLULU — More than two weeks of single-digit daily new cases of coronavirus is allowing Hawaii to take the next step in reopening the state’s economy, Gov. David Ige said Tuesday in announcing more businesses that will be allowed to operate.
A 52-year-old construction worker was fatally injured in an incident involving an excavator Tuesday at Kona Village.
Eighteen temporary housing units are ready to be built for the homeless in Kona, but where they will be built remains to be seen.
The president of the University of Hawaii said Monday all 10 campuses plan to resume in-person instruction for the fall 2020 semester.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, West Hawaii’s lifeguards were greeted with a bit of normalcy Monday morning.
Kamehameha Day festivities are the latest addition to the ever-growing list of events canceled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled today for a 35-year-old Keaau man accused of stealing a 50-foot vessel from Kailua Bay on Saturday.
A 52-year-old Kailua-Kona man is facing property damage, theft and drug charges after officers reportedly spotted him damaging and removing items along Kuakini Highway in Kailua-Kona.
As of noon today, the state Department of Health reported one new case of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 621 cases.
The Hawaii County Department of Water Supply has issued a water conservation notice for customers in South Kona
Suisan Foodservice is providing its customers with the option to make large-scale grocery purchases in Hilo and Kona.
State health officials on Sunday announced Hawaii’s 17th COVID-19-related death.