Federal safety investigators said the pilot of a skydiving plane that crashed in 2019 had not received training to become a competent pilot.
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HONOLULU — Federal safety investigators said Thursday that the pilot of a skydiving plane that crashed in 2019, killing all 11 people on board, had not received training to become a competent pilot.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 71-year-old Hilo man who was reported missing.
HONOLULU — House Speaker Scott Saiki plans to introduce legislation to establish statewide COVID-19 travel rules to reduce confusion for residents and tourists.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s Council on Revenues on Thursday offered a less pessimistic outlook for state tax revenue for the current fiscal year given the way the tourism industry has recovered under the state’s COVID-19 testing program for travelers.
Hawaii Island police have initiated a homicide investigation after the discovery of a body Tuesday after ion in the Aloha Estates subdivision of Puna.
The state Department of Health on Thursday said it issued a Notice of Violation and Order to Goodfellow Bros., a contractor for the Hawaii County Department of Environmental Management’s Wastewater Division for discharging untreated domestic sewage into Reed’s Bay last fall.
Eighteen new cases of COVID-19 were announced Thursday on Hawaii Island bringing the island’s total case count to 1,964.
Queen’s North Hawaii Community Hospital in Waimea is now offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination to all community health care providers and their staff members who work with patients.
The state and Catholic Charities Hawaii announced Wednesday the launch of a new rent relief program that will begin accepting applications next week.
LIHUE — The Marriott Beach Club on Kauai laid off more than 450 employees across departments within the hotel, which is undergoing a change in ownership.