A Puna woman involved in the Waiki murder case could clear her criminal record if she stays out of trouble.
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A Puna woman’s criminal record could be cleared of a charge stemming from aiding Justin Waiki following the 2018 fatal shooting of a Hawaii Police Department officer if she stays out of further trouble.
HONOLULU — Hawaii won’t need to furlough or lay off workers because the state will be receiving more financial help from the federal coronavirus relief legislation, said Gov. David Ige on Thursday.
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.
A decade ago Wednesday evening, a magnitude-9.0 earthquake rocked Japan.
A handful of Big Island homeowners could face higher property taxes under a county bill that will repeal a 30-year-old county tax ordinance.
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.
During the week of March 1-7, Hawaii Island police arrested 27 motorists for DUI. Eight of the drivers were involved in traffic accidents; two were younger than 21.
Police report that Shayne Kamuela Unea of Waimea, who was the subject of a wanted bulletin, was taken into custody in Hilo.
HONOLULU — The new interim CEO of Honolulu’s planned rail line estimates the project is short $3 billion.
HONOLULU — A young humpback whale swimming off Maui was freed of about 100 feet of line entangled in its mouth and flipper.
COVID-19 vaccines will be available to people 65 and older and those included in Phase 1C of the state’s vaccination plan beginning Monday, March 15, the state Department of Health announced today.
The state Department of Transportation is moving forward with plans to improve safety and relieve congestion within Waimea.
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported a 4.2 magnitude earthquake southeast of Mauna Loa Wednesday afternoon.
The county Department of Water Supply has daily water conservation tips in celebration of Fix-a-Leak Week, from Monday through March 21.
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 bill that would decrease the state’s blood-alcohol content threshold for a DUI charge cleared its final floor vote in the state Senate on Tuesday and has been forwarded to the House.
A COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson will soon be available throughout the state.
Hawaii Island police charged a 34-year-old Kailua-Kona man with numerous offenses in connection with a crime spree Tuesday morning in Keauhou.
Hawaii is expected to receive at least $6.1 billion in federal funding as part of a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package passed Wednesday by Congress.
A COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson will soon be available across the state.