Jurisdiction challenge over TMT enforcement reaches Hawaii Supreme Court.
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The chiefs of police for the Big Island, Maui and Honolulu violated the law during the 2019 Thirty Meter Telescope protests, an attorney argued Thursday before the Hawaii Supreme Court.
The record surge of COVID-19 has taken a particularly large toll on the Native Hawaiian community.
Recently released census data does not support an eighth seat in the state House for Hawaii Island, the state Reapportionment Commission was told Thursday.
HONOLULU — A state senator on Thursday called on Hawaii’s health director and governor to fire the Maui district health officer for promoting the use of drugs to treat COVID-19 that haven’t been approved for this use by the Food and Drug Administration.
HONOLULU — A Honolulu prep school and former students have settled lawsuits alleging sexual assault by a former girls’ basketball coach.
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported Thursday morning the earthquake swarm that began Monday beneath the south part of Kilauea caldera, within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, has waned.
The parents of a 31-year-old man shot and killed by police in Hilo on June 18 have filed a lawsuit against the county and held an online press conference Wednesday to talk about their son, Daniel Buckingham.
Despite a grave warning from the United Nations about the impending danger of climate change, state officials believe Hawaii is making good progress toward protecting the environment.
Nearly 88% of the state’s executive branch employees have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, according to data released Wednesday by the Department of Human Resources Development. By next month, 92% of employees are expected to be inoculated.
A red flag warning has been posted for leeward areas of the Big Island due to the threat of extreme fire conditions.
Hawaii Island reported for a second straight day 100 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total case count to date to 6,740.
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