Vacation rentals take a hit as Hawaii County considers revised rules.
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The Big Island’s vacation rental industry took a hit during the coronavirus pandemic, leaving county government unsure how it would pay for the extra staffers hired to process permits in the department.
An organization on Hawaii Island is doing its part to help mitigate climate change through reforestation around the globe.
Trial began Friday for a Kailua-Kona man accused of attempted murder of a Hawaii Department officer in 2019 in Kailua Village.
The Pahoa Lava Zone Museum will host a two-day fundraiser to commemorate its reopening and the 2018 Kilauea eruption.
As some mainland universities and institutions announce COVID-19 vaccine mandates for students and employees, discussions surrounding that possibility in Hawaii are ongoing across the state, Hilton Raethel, president and CEO of the Healthcare Association of Hawaii, said during a livestream Friday.
When some kids turn 16, they get a car.
A bill banning the intentional release of balloons and establishing a fine for violators who do so is headed to Gov. David Ige for his signature.
HONOLULU — Honolulu is overhauling its building permit process after a federal investigation resulted in indictments alleging a bribery scheme.
A 59-year-old man drowned Thursday night while night-diving off a remote Ka‘u beach, according to a statement from the Hawaii Fire Department.
Two COVID-19 clusters have been investigated on the Big Island in the past 14 days, including one that has resulted in 45 virus cases, according to a weekly cluster report issued Thursday by the state Department of Health.
A judge reduced bail for a Hilo couple accused of stealing an elderly woman’s vehicle from the Home Depot parking lot.
Improper stacking caused 21 shipping containers aboard a Young Brothers vessel headed to Hilo Harbor to fall overboard off the East Hawaii coast last June, the National Transportation Safety Board determined.