The state health director says those who’ve recovered from the coronavirus should be vaccinated to reduce the risk of reinfection.
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The state health director said people who were infected by COVID-19 and have recovered should be vaccinated so they’re less likely to become sick if they’re reinfected.
For now, members of the Hawaii Island Paddlesports Association and the Kona Sailing Club can breathe a little easier.
Dozens of Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts throughout West Hawaii gathered at the West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery on Saturday morning to place American flags at each grave ahead of Memorial Day.
HONOLULU — The rush is on.
OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. — The remains of more than 300 sailors and Marines who died when the USS Oklahoma sank during the attack on Pearl Harbor 79 years ago have been identified thanks to the work of experts at Offutt Air Force Base.
The state has given the Grand Naniloa Hotel one week to pay back a year of unpaid rent or else have its lease terminated.
More than five dozen Hawaii Community Correctional Center inmates received positive COVID-19 test results Saturday, bringing the total number of cases associated with the Hilo jail to 72.
HONOLULU — A weapon system test conducted by the U.S. Missile Defense Agency in the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii failed to intercept the target Saturday.
A decade ago, the Big Island won an additional seat in the state Senate following the 2010 census. This year, it’s poised to win an eighth House seat.
Gov. David Ige issued a proclamation Monday to bring awareness to “period poverty” in Hawaii.
Kona Community Hospital celebrated the blessing of a new chapel and rehabilitation center last week.
HONOLULU — Hawaii recorded 36 traffic fatalities this year, five more than at the same time last year.
Kealakehe Elementary School principal Nancy Matsukawa is retiring after 43 years with the state Department of Education.