Hawaii’s COVID-19 mask rule delays trial for former Hawaii prosecutor’s brother.
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HONOLULU (AP) — A former high-ranking city prosecutor once took a photo with a line of cocaine on the desk of her husband, then-Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha, according to court documents filed in preparation of a drug-dealing trial against her pain physician brother.
Help is on the way for Big Island ranchers fighting an invasive bug decimating pasture land in North and South Kona.
The Hawaii County Council is urging the federal government to implement rules to prohibit close contact between humans and Hawaiian spinner dolphins.
After almost six hours of extremely detailed and sometimes tense debate, the County Council on Wednesday first killed, then resurrected, a new residential building code.
According to Hawaii County Civil Defense, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center on Oahu reports an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0 occurred at about 11:25 a.m. Hawaii time in the vicinity of Punta De Burica, Panama.
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.