Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Keahole Center for Sustainability continues its STEM educational program.
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Hometown Heroes: Despite pandemic, Keahole Center for Sustainability ensures educational program goes on
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Kaleikini gets tepid endorsement from Senate panel: Hawaiian Homes Commission appointee confirmation proceeds to full Senate
After grilling Michael Kaleikini for about an hour, the Senate Hawaiian Affairs Committee on Tuesday agreed to recommend his confirmation to the Hawaiian Homes Commission to the full Senate.
As the investigation into the loss of cargo containers from a Young Brothers barge transiting to Hilo Harbor continued Tuesday, so did efforts to keep the 120-year-old shipper afloat.
Hawaii Island police arrested two dozen motorists for suspected drunken driving between June 22 and Sunday. Three of the drivers were involved in a traffic crash and one was younger than age 21.
A new gender option for State Identification cards, driver’s licenses, and commercial driver’s licenses will be offered starting Wednesday, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
HONOLULU — As other Hawaii counties prepare to loosen restrictions on vacation rentals in anticipation of the reopening of trans-Pacific tourism, Oahu rentals remain under health restrictions imposed at the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Pubic Library System is seeking authority from state lawmakers to pay the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency nearly $144,000 in penalties for its continued use of large-capacity cesspools that were banned in 2005.
The naming of the most prominent new geographical feature to emerge from the 2018 Kilauea eruption has been postponed indefinitely.
With the state planning to loosen quarantine restrictions on out-of-state travelers in August, state lawmakers are concerned about an influx of travelers burdening the state’s COVID-19 monitoring systems.
The first residents of Ka Lamaku, a community of tiny homes constructed to house the homeless in Kailua-Kona, are expected to move in this week.
Hawaii Island police have arrested and charged a 28-year-old Mountain View man with an array of firearms and drug offenses stemming from an incident that occurred Friday morning at a residence in Hawaiian Paradise Park.
A 26-year-old Keaukaha woman is facing assault and terroristic threatening charges after allegedly stabbing her 21-year-old neighbor on Saturday.
Hawaii Island police have arrested and charged a 23-year-old Kurtistown man with multiple offenses after he allegedly assaulted a 67-year-old man and attempted to steal his vehicle.