Hawaii’s travel quarantine becomes strained as more mainland travelers arrive in the state.
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The county Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking applicants for a stewardship grant program to maintain and preserve key lands around the island.
The state Department of Health reported 28 new cases of COVID-19 today, all on Oahu.
The question of whether Hawaii County can prohibit short-term vacation rentals on land classified as agriculture is now in the hands of the state Land Use Commission.
HONOLULU — Hawaii geared up on Saturday to face a hurricane that threatened to pummel the islands with dangerous surf, strong winds and flash floods even as residents grappled with escalating numbers of coronavirus cases.
Ballots have arrived in Hawaii voters’ mailboxes. Now it’s decision time.
Voters on Oahu have greater access to the polls than those on the neighbor islands, as the City and County of Honolulu has already opened its ballot dropoff boxes to the public while neighbor island counties are using the Aug. 3 date set in state law.
“I’m a prosecutor. I’m not a defense attorney; I’m not a politician. If you elect me, you’re getting a prosecutor.”
Christopher Bridges, one of three attorneys running for Hawaii County prosecutor, said he’s “open to institute real change and real reform in our criminal justice system.”
Jared “Kamaka” Auna said he wants to become the elected prosecutor of Hawaii County because of “the love I have for my island.”
Lake Waiau’s water levels remain robust, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources reports.