Hawaii prepared to probe spike in COVID-19 cases in the county.
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More than 400 contact tracers are at work across Hawaii as the state continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction is anticipated to begin next year on a new USDA inspection building at Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport at Keahole.
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, in coordination with Hawaii County, has removed 382 abandoned vehicles and approximately 700 tires from agricultural homestead lots in Makuu.
Astronomers have discovered the brightest infrared light from a short gamma-ray burst ever seen, with a bizarre glow that is more luminous than previously thought was possible.
HONOLULU — The state Senate’s Judiciary Committee is scheduled to meet in special session Monday to review two judicial appointments but has no plans to discuss whether to clarify that masks are mandatory across the state to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The Hawaii County Department of Public Works on Thursday granted an administrative grace period to a state-mandated deadline to upgrade its building codes, a move that will reduce confusion and allow for more public outreach before aligning the county’s building codes with state standards, according to a county news release.
Hawaii Island police have charged a 31-year-old Mountain View woman with numerous offenses stemming from a traffic stop Wednesday in Puna.
HONOLULU — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has made significant changes to a Honolulu flood control project that would increase costs and add a four-story pump station.
WAILUKU, Maui — Lanai residents will be the first in Hawaii to participate in a pilot project to test a smartphone application that provides notifications of possible COVID-19 exposure.