The Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations starts the Mixed Earner Compensation Program.
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The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations on Wednesday announced it will launch the Mixed Earner Unemployment Compensation Program.
A Hilo woman and Honolulu man were named the first two winners of the #HIGotVaccinated prize giveaway.
The state Intermediate Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled Hilo Circuit Judge Henry Nakamoto erred when he denied a group seeking to overturn convictions in the Dana Ireland murder trial a hearing on a motion to unseal post-conviction DNA testing conducted on a piece of key evidence.
The county is reconsidering a change in how rubbish haulers are charged at the county’s landfills.
Hawaii County will offer a free, short-term COVID-19 testing program in the wake of an ongoing outbreak at Hawaii Community Correctional Center in Hilo.
Jesse Owens was just 17 when he decided to devote his life to gene therapy research.
A Chinese national is facing a federal charge for allegedly laundering millions of fraud proceeds used by a co-conspirator to purchase and flip real estate for profit in West Hawaii.
In what appeared to be the smoothest discussion and vote on building code amendments in more than a decade, a County Council panel Tuesday unanimously advanced changes bringing the county up to the 2018 code for new and existing residential buildings.
HONOLULU — Doorbell camera video obtained and made public by lawyers representing the family of a man fatally shot two months ago by Honolulu police provides more information about the events that unfolded before the deadly encounter with officers.
HONOLULU — A policeman has been charged with murder and two officers charged with attempted murder in the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy, Honolulu prosecutors said Tuesday.
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A Chinese national has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly laundering $11 million through properties on the Big Island.
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