Kauai’s Kuhio Highway will reopen Saturday after the road was blocked by landslides.
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HONOLULU — The Hawaii Department of Transportation will open the Kuhio Highway into and out of Kauai’s north shore with a limited schedule starting on Saturday after the road had been blocked because of landslides.
HONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers have deferred a resolution to rename President William McKinley High School and remove his statue.
HONOLULU — The state Legislature has advanced two bills that would allow some 17-year-olds the right to vote by next year’s primary election.
Admissions to Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home — halted last year due to a devastating outbreak of COVID-19 within the facility — recently have resumed.
After four years of designing, discussions and construction, the Lyman Museum in Hilo has reopened its second floor with an elaborate and modern Island Heritage Gallery.
A state bill that would increase taxes for high-income earners might be stalled, but it still could negatively impact the state’s doctor shortage.
One little Kona girl has a big dream — to make it to the Olympics and win a gold medal in boxing.
Ocean swells occur continuously around the world. As these swells rise and fall, they couple with the ocean floor below them creating a constant signal. These signals, called oceanic microseisms, travel through the solid earth and are observed at the surface using instruments called seismometers.
The county has called a halt to filling citizen boards that advise the government on planning and design because the administration said it wants to take a hard look at how the boards can best be used.
The search for a new public schools superintendent will begin soon, and some legislators want the state Board of Education to consider Hawaii residents and Department of Education employees for the position.
A 43-year-old Hilo man awaiting a preliminary hearing regarding numerous firearms and drug offenses has been indicted on the charges.