Lt Governor Josh Green says he’s concerned about a potential surge in COVID-19 cases following the July 4 celebrations.
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At a time when many businesses are seeing markets shrink, Kailua-Kona’s Ola Brew Co. has managed to extend its reach to the mainland.
As Hawaii surpassed 1,000 COVID-19 cases Sunday, Lt. Gov. Josh Green said he is concerned about a potential surge in cases following this weekend’s holiday festivities.
A battle between a group of Puna residents and a Puna retreat is delayed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 44-year-old South Kona woman has been recharged in connection with a July 2018 hit-and-run crash in South Kona that killed a 61-year-old visitor.
HONOLULU — There have been 18 monk seal pups born in Hawaii so far this year, according to federal environmental officials.
The state Senate Ways and Means Committee on Thursday unanimously advanced a bill banning flavored tobacco products.
Charlotte Charfen, a board certified emergency medicine physician who has worked in emergency rooms for 20 years, is passionate about wellness — in life and death.
A bill that would fully legalize hemp production throughout Hawaii is only a few steps away from becoming law, although many are unhappy with its final form.
A Kamehameha Schools representative said Thursday that the dispute with the operators of the Volcano Golf and Country Club could be resolved soon.
Gov. David Ige has ordered the U.S. and Hawaii state flags to fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset Tuesday in honor of the late state Sen. Breene Harimoto.
Two earthquakes, one Thursday night and another Friday afternoon, rattled East Hawaii.
Sentencing was delayed and a mental exam ordered for a 23-year-old Keaau man who pleaded no contest to a lesser charge stemming from a single-car collision more than four years ago that killed a passenger.
After six years of service, Bobbye St. Ambrogio retired from her work as the liaison to the Hawaii Island Neighborhood Watch.
Wildlife officials are asking the public to keep an eye out for — and a respectful distance from — monk seals this holiday weekend.
A brief look at other news from throughout and related to Hawaii.
HONOLULU — A U.S. judge will not stop Hawaii from enforcing a quarantine on arriving travelers, saying in a ruling that the emergency mandate is reasonable during the public health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hawaii Department of Health reported Saturday the state’s 19th COVID-19 death.
HONOLULU — State legislators opted not to approve a proposal to give an ocean cargo company $30 million in federal coronavirus relief funding to avoid a shutdown of its service.
The inclusion of a “place of stay declaration form” for all travelers in Hawaii in a gut-and-replace bill about vacation rentals raised eyebrows among some who otherwise support the bill.
The Independence Day holiday weekend is upon us. And although the COVID-19 pandemic put a damper on large parties at public beaches and parks, alcohol plays a part in many gatherings and celebrations and the holiday is one of the deadliest on the nation’s highways.
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