Swarms of earthquakes detected Monday, Tuesday at Kilauea volcano.
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Kilauea volcano is stirring once again, but scientists reassure that, for now, its volcanic activity is limited to the summit.
Disabled riders on Hawaii County’s Hele-On bus system should have an easier time of it following improvements made in a settlement agreement in response to an investigation by the U.S. Justice Department into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The results of a Hawaii Police Department community survey conducted in April were released to the public Tuesday, with the majority of respondents finding Hawaii Island is a safe place to live and work.
When Kat Balsimo came out to her vehicle Saturday night after a grueling 15-hour shift as health coordinator at North Hawaii Community Hospital, her bike — her means of escaping the stress and realities of being a nurse amid the COVID-19 pandemic — had been swiped.
An additional 565 COVID-19 cases were reported today in Hawaii by the state Department of Health. That tally includes 100 new cases on the Big Island.
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory raised its alert level for Kilauea from “advisory” to “watch” after an ongoing series of small earthquakes was detected beneath Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
HONOLULU — Honolulu’s prosecutor on Monday said his office will not appeal a judge’s decision to reject murder and attempted murder charges filed against three police officers in the fatal shooting of a teenager.
The Thirty Meter Telescope lost a potential backup location after a court in the Canary Islands, Spain, revoked an agreement to use public lands as a site for the contentious observatory.
The state Department of Health today has reported another 571 new COVID-19 cases, including 107 on the Big Island.
Lee Loy hit with ethics complaint: Business owner alleges conflict of interest in building code bill
A Kailua-Kona business owner has filed an ethics complaint against Hilo Councilwoman Sue Lee Loy, alleging she has a conflict of interest in voting on recent construction code measures because her daughter works for HPM Building Supply, which could benefit from provisions streamlining inspections of factory built housing.
Crews responsible for the much-maligned Kalanianaole Avenue improvement project are back on the job.