Beginning today, the Hawaii Humane Society restarts its Adopt a dog for a day program.
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Beginning today, the Hawaii Island Humane Society is restarting its field trip program for the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A measure to lower the state’s blood-alcohol threshold for drunken driving cleared its final Senate committee Thursday, setting the proposal up for a full vote on the Senate floor.
It has been nearly one year since cruise ships stopped service to Hawaii, and there is no hint of when they might return.
A commission that redraws County Council district boundary lines every 10 years plans an initial meeting Monday, but the numbers it needs to make its decisions have been delayed.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded the state of Hawaii $87.4 million to open multiple, state-led community vaccination sites.
Hundreds of West Hawaii educators and kupuna received a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine Thursday during the first of many vaccination “mega clinics” to be held in Kailua-Kona.
Restoration of the Pohoiki boat ramp could take months — or even years.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from 6 p.m. this evening through Sunday afternoon for most of the windward side of the Big Island.
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.
Maunakea measures advance: Resolutions call for formation of working group to guide management of mountain
Two state House committees approved a pair of resolutions to examine new ways to manage Maunakea, though not without some misgivings.
HONOLULU — Hawaii 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 create their own modified safety measures.
Broadband debate continues: Bills aimed at improving connectivity are running out of time in Legislature
Although a spate of broadband-related bills have been introduced in the state Legislature, only a few have gained traction.