Just 2 tropical cyclones formed this year in the Central Pacific.
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HONOLULU — The mayor of Kauai County said Tuesday he wants to reinstate a requirement that all travelers arriving in his jurisdiction quarantine for 14 days, regardless of whether they have obtained a negative COVID-19 test.
Vertical construction has commenced for 60 homes within the Villages of La‘i ‘Opua in Kailua-Kona.
Jury trial has been set for one of the five people arrested in August for gathering at Kahaluu Beach Park in violation of Gov. David Ige’s emergency proclamation.
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HONOLULU — Airbnb and Expedia Group have agreed to provide Honolulu with information that will help the city enforce its laws governing vacation rentals, the companies and the city said Tuesday.
HONOLULU — Honolulu’s mayor and the city’s rail chief met to work on solutions to their differences concerning the ongoing construction of Honolulu’s massive rail line project.
HONOLULU — The number of coronavirus cases among Oahu’s prison population must continue to be included in local case counts to monitor available health care resources and hospital space, Honolulu’s mayor said.
Hundreds of families will enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal this year thanks to the Ironman Foundation.
Maile David will lead the County Council for the two-year term beginning next month, following an organizational meeting held shortly after the election.
Gov. David Ige’s announcement last week imposing new restrictions for trans-Pacific travelers seeking to avoid quarantine needs to be amended, said several figures in the tourism industry Monday.
Hawaii Island police arrested 33 motorists for suspected drunken driving between Nov. 16 and Sunday. Nine of the drivers were involved in a traffic crash and one was younger than age 21.