A State Senate bill to lower the blood-alcohol limit for DUI passes one committee and will be heard by another on Thursday.
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The county water department plans to trim $459,400 to create its $54.9 million operating budget for the new fiscal year that begins July 1.
At the Legislature, one tax on beverages is dead, while another is on death’s door.
HONOLULU — A bill advanced Tuesday by the Hawaii Senate Judiciary Committee would automatically register to vote eligible U.S. citizens who apply for a driver’s license or state identification card, unless the individual declines to be registered.
HONOLULU — Affordable housing guidelines set by a state agency could rate two-bedroom homes costing $1 million as affordable for some households eligible for government-subsidized housing.
HONOLULU — A new class of U.S. Navy vessel is expected to be deployed for the first time in Hawaii as part of a sweeping force redesign.
The state Department of Health expects to open up vaccinations to those 70-74 in the coming weeks.
A measure that would not only allow, but also require in certain situations, government entities to seek reimbursement for search and rescue costs is advancing in the state Senate.
Police have charged 18-year-old Kauka K.K.H. Santiago of Pahoa with robbery and other related offenses stemming from an incident that occurred the evening of Feb. 12 in Leilani Estates in Puna.
The County of Hawaii Department of Environmental Management is delaying the implementation of trailer usage at solid waste transfer stations until at least April 16.