Governor Ige says indoor masking, social distancing to continue.
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Gov. David Ige said Tuesday it’s not yet time to roll back government-imposed coronavirus-related restrictions on restaurants and other businesses.
The number of nonresident military families and students to be extracted from population counts before state House and Senate seats are allocated to islands is down significantly from the 2010 census, a factor that could affect the distribution of legislative seats for the coming decade.
Police are seeking the public’s assistance to locate 31-year-old Bronson Rodney Amaral, whom they said should be considered armed and dangerous.
The chairman of the Hawaii Restaurant Association said it’s time for Gov. David Ige and the counties’ mayors to lift restrictions on the state’s eateries and retail outlets.
With the start of the academic year only weeks away, one Big Island school is welcoming students back with a message to be kind to each other.
A Kailua-Kona woman faces up to five years behind bars when sentenced this fall after meting a plea deal with prosecutors that dropped attempted murder charges stemming from a June 2020 traffic collision.
Felicia weakened to a tropical storm Monday morning some 1,445 miles east of Hilo.
Observatories on Maunakea have helped take the most detailed image of one of the brightest objects in the night sky.
The Hilo Orchid Society has canceled its popular annual orchid show for 2021, as it did in 2020, because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
HONOLULU — A few months into the pandemic, data showed Pacific Islanders suffered the highest infection rates in Hawaii.