A bill that would abolish the Agribusiness Development Corporation now goes to the State Senate for review.
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A bill that would abolish the Agribusiness Development Corporation passed its third and final reading Thursday in the state House and was forwarded Friday to the Senate.
“I just didn’t want to die on Valentine’s Day. I don’t think my kids would’ve been happy about it.”
Hawaii’s four-member U.S. congressional delegation has introduced bills to direct the U.S. Forest Service to assess the potential for Hawaii lands to be declared a national forest, in partnership with local stakeholders from the state and community.
Rehabilitation of a portion of Kilauea Avenue is well underway.
Hawaii County officials and private experts weighed in Thursday about how the county can improve the island’s ecological future.
The state House of Representatives today passed a pair of resolutions calling for the formation of a working group to develop recommendations for the future of Maunakea governance.
UPDATE 1 p.m. March 4, 2021: The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has canceled the tsunami watch for the state of Hawaii, which was issued after an 8.1-magnitude earthquake occurred at 9:28 a.m. Hawaii time north of of New Zealand.
A record of decision marking the completion of the environmental review process for the long-delayed extension of Daniel K. Inouye Highway is expected this fall.
The Hawaii County Council accepted Wednesday $83 million in federal funds for Kilauea eruption recovery projects in lower Puna.
A multi-agency software system designed to streamline the planning and building permit process is now scheduled to go live at the end of July, five years after the project first began.
Hilo Medical Center will offer 4,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine during an upcoming mass-vaccination POD, doubling the capacity of its last large clinic.
Living treasure Norman Sakata marked his 95th birthday Tuesday with special recognition for his never-ending service to the Big Island community.
A judge on Monday declined to lower the bail or release a 35-year-old Hilo man facing felony assault and related charges for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend with a glass smoking pipe.