A Puna woman’s criminal record in the Waiki murder case could be cleared if she stays out of trouble.
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Schatz to brief County Council on federal aid: County to get $36M in direct American Rescue Plan Act funds
Hawaii County will get $36 million to prop up a budget diminished by the coronavirus pandemic, and U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz is scheduled Wednesday to brief the County Council about how it can be spent.
Starting Monday, COVID-19 vaccines will be available to people 65 and older and those included in Phase 1C of the state’s vaccination plan, the state Department of Health announced Thursday.
HONOLULU — The new interim CEO of Honolulu’s planned rail line estimates the project is short $3 billion.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the March 11, 2o11, earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit nations across the Pacific, including U.S. territories and state of Hawaii.
HONOLULU — A young humpback whale swimming off Maui has been freed of about 100 feet of line entangled in its mouth and flipper.
The state Department of Transportation is moving forward with plans to improve safety and relieve congestion within Waimea.
A concurrent resolution has been introduced by the state Senate and House to convene a working group to develop a comprehensive plan for the 179-acre Keahole Agricultural Park located at the bottom of Kaiminani Drive in Kailua-Kona.
LIHUE — Kauai’s police chief mocked people of Asian descent and in one case “squinted his eyes” and bowed his head while mimicking someone with a Japanese accent, a discrimination investigation found.
Independent pharmacies on Oahu and Hawaii Island have administered first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to about 10,000 residents and caregivers in approximately 1,700 small care homes and have now begun returning to administer second doses.
A COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson will soon be available across the state.
Hawaii to date has been awarded 584,010 COVID-19 vaccine doses of which 550,250 had been received as of Wednesday, according to the state.
No tsunami was triggered by a magnitude-4.0 earthquake Wednesday afternoon north-northeast of Pahala.