The 37-year-old Puna man claimed he had coronavirus when he spat on Malama Market employees.
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Charges have been dropped against a 37-year-old Pahoa man who allegedly coughed and spit on staff at Malama Market, told them he had coronavirus and attacked workers with a shopping cart after being told he couldn’t buy booze.
It’s that time of year again at Kahaluu Bay.
To help alleviate the need for diapers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hawaii Diaper Bank has partnered with the Salvation Army to help meet the demand.
According to cellphone data, Hawaii appears to be one of the best states in the nation at complying with stay-at-home orders.
Green waste service for residential users will reopen at select locations starting Saturday.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 15-year-old boy who was reported missing.
A 33-year-old Pepeekeo man is facing drug and firearms offenses following an incident Wednesday afternoon in Hilo.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who allegedly threatened a jogger near Honokaa on April 30.
The state Department of Health on Friday reported no new COVID-19 cases, the first time since Feb. 28 when the state began testing for COVID-19.
It’s time to pay homage to the woman you call mom, but with the stay-at-home order still in place and social distancing and gathering rules preventing the perennial buffet brunch, that could mean doing it at a distance.
In an effort to deal with a glut of unemployment claims, the state requested beneficiaries to only file claims on specific days of the week.
A collaboration between state and community leaders will bring meals to families in rural South Kona areas.
HONOLULU — State lawmakers will reconvene starting Monday for at least six legislative days to address an estimated $1 billion budget shortfall brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, House and Senate leaders said Thursday.
HONOLULU — Oahu’s lifeguards have returned to their towers dotting the island’s public beaches with new rules and strategies for preventing the spread of the coronavirus.