Hawaii Department of Health “proactively” testing for new COVID strains.
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The state Department of Health on Thursday said it is proactively testing COVID-19 specimens to look for new strains that may be significantly more contagious or differ in other ways from earlier strains.
An independent assessment of the University of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea Comprehensive Management Plan found success in some areas and failure in others.
With the coronavirus making its unwelcome presence felt in three Oahu correctional facilities and a private Arizona prison housing Hawaii inmates, COVID-19 vaccinations will soon be available for the state’s prisons and jail staff.
LIHUE, Kauai — A law prohibiting public funds from being used to buy single-use plastics will take effect today on Kauai.
As 2020 comes to a close, the Hawaii Tribune-Herald recaps the year of COVID-19 in this video slideshow.
An independent assessment of the University of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea Comprehensive Management Plan has found success in some areas and failure in others.
The last of the seven defendants accused of aiding Justin Waiki following the fatal shooting of Hawaii Police Department Officer Bronson Kaliloa in July 2018 recently reached a plea agreement with the state.
The weather patterns that have marked this week should continue through New Year’s weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
In addition to the coronavirus pandemic that continues to dominate the news, there were other significant stories on Hawaii Island in 2020, including the following nine stories chosen by the Tribune-Herald staff.
When the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1, few knew what the first year of the new decade would bring.
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.
HONOLULU — Some hotel executives don’t expect a quick recovery for Hawaii’s tourism industry.