The suit seeks to stop Zendo Kern confirmation vote.
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A Hilo lawyer filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking to stop the confirmation vote of Planning Director Zendo Kern, saying council members violated the state Sunshine Law during last month’s preliminary confirmation before the council Planning Committee.
A more transmissible variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 might be circulating in Hawaii, the state Department of Health said Tuesday.
Hawaiian Telcom received a $24 million grant from the Federal Communications Commission to expand high-speed internet coverage throughout rural areas in the state.
A more transmissible variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 may be circulating in Hawaii, state health officials said this afternoon.
State House Speaker Scott Saiki today said it’s time to replace the University of Hawaii as the management entity of Maunakea.
Most visitors to the state in late December and early January were satisfied with their experience, despite the limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Super Bowl weekend is fast approaching, and Hawaii Police Department Chief Paul Ferreira said the department will have “enhanced enforcement” to detect impaired drivers and get them off the road.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green, a Big Island physician, said Monday that he anticipates Hawaii will be safe enough to permit larger gatherings this spring.
Ethics Board asked to invalidate Rodenhurst: Petition alleges Richards should have recused himself on confirmation
A Big Island resident is asking the county Board of Ethics to invalidate Public Works Director Ikaika Rodenhurst’s confirmation by the County Council, saying Kohala Councilman Tim Richards should have recused himself from voting because he served as a reference on Rodenhurst’s resume.
HONOLULU — The chairperson of the Hawaii Republican Party has resigned after a senior party member used an official Twitter account to send tweets defending adherents of the QAnon conspiracy theory.
HONOLULU (AP) — A bill introduced at the Hawaii Legislature would broaden the powers of the state agency managing the redevelopment of Aloha Stadium.