Southwest Airlines president Tom Nealon arrives in Hilo on airline’s 50th anniversary.
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It was quiet and drizzly Thursday morning as Southwest Airlines president Tom Nealon made his way to the carrier’s counter at Hilo International Airport, warmly greeting the customer service agents behind the desk.
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HONOLULU — Hawaii police union leaders on Thursday said a grand jury’s decision not to indict anyone in a shooting that killed a 16-year-old boy supports the officers’ actions.
WAILUKU — University of Hawaii researchers have developed an online tool that will inform the public when waves are expected to threaten west Maui shorelines, an area particularly prone to coastal erosion as sea levels rise.
More than 170 COVID-19 cases have cropped up at Hawaii Community Correctional Center since May 24.
HONOLULU — As people flock back to Hawaii after more than a year of pandemic travel restrictions, some industry experts are calling for more environmentally responsible and sustainable forms of tourism.
SAN DIEGO — Eighty years after he died in the attack on Pearl Harbor and just months after his remains were finally identified, a California Marine has been laid to rest with full military honors.
HONOLULU — A class-action lawsuit on behalf of Hawaii inmates says the state has failed to protect people from COVID-19 outbreaks in unsanitary jails.
HONOLULU — Grand jurors have declined to indict three Honolulu police officers in a shooting that killed a 16-year-old boy.
At a Tuesday evening virtual talk story, West Hawaii’s representation in the state Legislature shared some highlights from the 2021 legislative session.
Hawaii Fire Department Chief Kazuo Todd said Wednesday the department will likely finish out the fiscal year slightly under budget.
The Judicial Selection Commission has submitted a list of six nominees for a vacancy on the Intermediate Court of Appeals. The judicial office has been vacant since the retirement of Associate Judge Derrick H. M. Chan in October.
Visitors to Hawaii will now need a license to fish recreationally under legislation Gov. David Ige has signed into law.
Just a decade after opening, the West Hawaii Civic Center has reached its brim and a Hawaii County department is again leasing office space in Kailua Village.
A revised environmental impact statement from a commercial aquarium collectors’ group states it will rely on fish population trend data and projected population trends to implement catch quotas along the West Hawaii coast.