A bill that would allow reimbursement for search and rescue costs passes its second committee hearing.
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A bill that would allow and in some cases require government entities seek reimbursement for search and rescue costs unanimously passed its second assigned committee Wednesday.
Two state House committees approved a pair of resolutions to examine new ways to manage Maunakea, though not without some misgivings.
The state Department of Education on Thursday released guidelines to allow for limited, in-person school commencement and transition ceremonies that ensure the health and safety of students, staff and families.
HONOLULU — Lawmakers are considering a bill that would standardize the state’s pandemic travel restrictions across the islands, a departure from the current system that allows individual counties to opt out of a state pre-flight testing program or add their own modified safety measures.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu Police Department’s chief said she expects to complete the rollout of a body-worn camera program for officers by the end of March.
HONOLULU — Lawmakers are considering legislation to accommodate traditional Hawaiian burial practices through a technology aimed at replacing burial or traditional cremation.
Although a spate of broadband-related bills have been introduced in the state Legislature, only a few have gained traction.
Union opposition keeps public works public: Public-private wastewater partnerships likely dead in Legislature
Faced with new federal regulations and crumbling infrastructure, Hawaii County pinned its hopes on the private sector to help bail it out of a growing wastewater problem.
The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council has released a revised draft environmental impact statement with a new proposal to reopen West Hawaii’s coastal waters to commercial aquarium fishing.
WAILUKU — Some Maui businesses face tough calls about who should be exempt from universal mask rules as the county pushes for greater compliance during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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