Governor Ige says some state travel restrictions will remain after October 1.
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A new state program providing $100 million of rental assistance to struggling tenants has been wildly popular since being established last week.
The Blood Bank of Hawaii is returning to the neighbor islands for the first time since March to collect blood from donors.
Astronomers have found a potential sign of life high in the atmosphere of neighboring Venus: hints there may be bizarre microbes living in the sulfuric acid-laden clouds of the hothouse planet.
State health officials reported 80 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, including seven new cases on Hawaii Island.
HONOLULU — Officials have said nearly 60% of Honolulu’s federal coronavirus recovery funds have been allocated for use, leaving $165.4 million pending.
HONOLULU — Hawaii is experiencing drought in many parts of the state after an unusually dry August, which is normally the peak month of hurricane season.
It started with a little tickle at the back of her throat.
Charter amendment price tags: Most of the 16 proposed amendments will have minimal financial impact, county says
Most of the 16 charter amendments on the Nov. 3 ballot, if passed, will have minimal impact on the county budget, a Sept. 4 report from the county Finance Department states.
In a very small and low-key ceremony Thursday, Hawaii County blessed the site of the future KukuiOla, a homeless village to be located at the corner of Kealakehe Parkway and Ane Keohokalole Highway in Kailua-Kona.
A 30-year-old Mountain View woman who had been the subject of a police manhunt as a witness to a shotgun slaying was taken into custody Wednesday morning in Hilo by Special Enforcement Unit officers, but not without incident.
HOPE Services reported its first case of COVID-19 Saturday — an employee who works at the Kihei Pua shelter family shelter in Hilo.
Employee and patient COVID-19 testing and infection prevention deep clean protocols are underway at Kohala Hospital following the news of emergency room physician Josh Green’s positive COVID-19 test.
The coffee berry borer has been confirmed in a residential area in Kalaheo on