Two resolutions urge Hawaii Governor David Ige to ease travel quarantine on vaccinated persons.
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A pair of resolutions will be introduced today by state Sen. Donna Mercado Kim, an Oahu Democrat, that would ease travel restrictions in Hawaii for vaccinated individuals.
Vaccinated travelers could be exempt from COVID-19 travel restrictions by May, Gov. David Ige said Monday.
Neighbors of Puna’s internationally famous “Fissure 8” want the still smoldering volcanic vent preserved for future generations, and they’re asking a county land-buying commission to purchase it using taxpayer money.
HONOLULU — Hawaii is considering overtaking California as the state with the highest income tax rate in the nation, under legislation slated for a vote this week.
HONOLULU — Heavy rains caused a dam to overflow on Maui, and nearby residents in the community of Haiku are being evacuated, county officials said Monday.
Big Island police are seeking the public’s assistance with locating a 30-year-old woman last seen Friday morning in the area of Kamalii Road in lower Puna in a copper colored sedan.
Gov. David Ige approved COVID-19 emergency rule amendments for the Big Island signed into effect Monday by Mayor Mitch Roth, which ease certain restrictions.
HONOLULU — Hawaiian lawmakers have advanced a bill that would allow nurses to perform abortions.
Another Big Island crop is under attack by an invasive species prompting the Department of Agriculture to issue a pest alert.
Some county departments plan to dramatically increase their travel budgets for the new fiscal year that starts July 1, after an austere period that saw Zoom teleconferences replace the traditional off-island conventions previously attended by government officials and staff.