Several days of continuous rain marked the beginning of a very wet year for Big Islanders.
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HONOLULU — City officials in Honolulu have extended the deadline to renew driver’s licenses, state identification cards and permits to mid-April in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green reiterated his confidence Monday that the COVID-19 crisis largely will be over in Hawaii by the summer.
Bill requiring assessments when health insurance companies deny coverage based on gender identity advances in state House
A bill requiring an assessment by the state auditor of the social and financial impacts that occur when health insurance companies deny coverage for certain types of health care to individuals based on gender identity is advancing in the state House.
Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 35-year-old Tracy Warren, who was last seen at 11 p.m. Feb. 9 at a Paradise Ala Kai Drive residence in Hawaiian Paradise Park.
HONOLULU — Police have arrested the father of a missing 18-month-old girl and a second man on suspicion of second-degree murder.
Gary Williams had it planned.
A resolution urging the county get on the broadband-wagon will be considered Wednesday by the County Council as the coronavirus pandemic demonstrates to state and local officials how important digital connectivity is when face-to-face just isn’t possible.
What’s the secret to making a marriage last?
HONOLULU — Before the pandemic, a Hawaii state senator drafted legislation to compel the University of Hawaii’s board to livestream its meetings so faculty and students on different islands could watch. University officials asked for two years to implement the idea.
The prolonged coronavirus pandemic has state lawmakers rethinking emergency powers it granted the governor in a revamp of state law not that long ago.
Time is ticking to secure a funding source for lifeguard services at two popular but perilous state beach parks in West Hawaii.
HONOLULU — Hawaii has received $87.4 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to open more coronavirus vaccination sites.
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