Mayor Mitch Roth rules out land owned by “politically connected” Pahoa resident for a new bus hub.
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Mayor Mitch Roth’s administration has officially ruled out land owned by a politically connected Pahoa resident as the site for a bus hub, overturning steps taken by the previous administration.
This week marks the second anniversary of the appearance of water in Kilauea’s Halema‘uma‘u crater, so it seems timely to discuss the water lake’s demise last Dec. 20, or rather, its transformation into a volcanic plume and how we use weather radar to investigate how that happened.
Since the beginning of July, a group of young people sequestered in a Ninole villa has competed for romantic favors from each other to the delight of millions of daily viewers.
Strong winds have hampered efforts to contain a brush fire in South Kohala that by late Saturday afternoon had burned more than 12,000 acres — and counting.
Dozens of people lined up on Kamehameha Avenue on Friday to wave signs and inform the public about ways to alleviate human trafficking in East Hawaii.
HONOLULU — A woman from Louisiana who was honeymooning in Hawaii has been fined $500 after a social media video showed her touching an endangered Hawaiian monk seal, U.S. authorities said.
HONOLULU — A federal freeze on most evictions enacted last year is scheduled to expire today, after the Biden administration extended the original date by a month. The moratorium, put in place by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in September, was the only tool keeping millions of tenants in their homes. Many of them lost jobs during the coronavirus pandemic and had fallen months behind on their rent.
Kona Community Hospital spokesperson Judy Donovan on Thursday reported three individuals hospitalized with two in the intensive care unit.
After more than four decades in the watchmaking business, Wally Nakamoto wasn’t sure how to begin the process of retiring.
Students of Kahakai Elementary School gearing up to return to the classroom on Aug. 3 will have something extra to smile about.