The last Waiki accomplice reaches a plea agreement with the state.
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“Unexpected equipment malfunctions” has prompted a water conservation notice for South Kohala Department of Water Supply customers.
HONOLULU — While classes will be largely online because of the coronavirus pandemic, Brigham Young University-Hawaii said it will test all staff and students who are on campus every week when the semester starts Jan. 6.
An agreement worked out by two council members negotiating with developers of a Kailua-Kona project was approved by the County Council last week and then sent to the mayor, despite three council members’ assurances that the public would have one more opportunity to comment at a council forum.
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HONOLULU — Plans to air-condition many commercial and government buildings in Honolulu using cold deep-sea water have been shut down because of increasing construction costs.
HONOLULU — A former city official has been named interim leader of Honolulu’s rail project.
More than 75,000 people arrived in Hawaii between Dec. 21 and Sunday despite the ongoing surge of COVID-19 cases across the nation.