It will take several years to complete an “acceleration lane” at the intersection of Shower Drive and Highway 130.
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HONOLULU — There were more than 100 hate crimes in Hawaii over the past five years, according to the FBI.
The current average of COVID-19 infections could indicate a “slight reprieve” from soaring case counts might be on the horizon, but state health officials on Tuesday cautioned that Hawaii remains in dangerous territory.
With little fanfare, Gov. David Ige on Sept. 1 signed an executive order that releases Hawaii’s health care workers and facilities from civil liability during the COVID-19 crisis.
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More people are seeking help to treat mental illnesses and substance abuse as the Delta variant of COVID-19 causes a surge in case counts, hospitalizations and deaths in Hawaii and across the nation.
Two months after taking over Hawaii County’s animal control services, the Hawaii Police Department is set to provide the council members with another update on animal control’s progress.
Normally at this time of year, most of the Big Island’s performing arts theaters are starting their annual seasons.
A Hilo man is facing an array of drug offenses after police reportedly turned up a litany of illicit drugs, including more than three pounds of methamphetamine and lesser amounts of fentanyl, cocaine and marijuana during the execution of a search warrant last week at a Hilo home.
Hawaii students are not learning enough about money, according to a Hawaii County Council resolution to be introduced this week.
Police towing fewer cars under ‘Aliyah’s Law’: Author of 2012 ordinance questions implementation; mayor wants law ‘applied more’ for DUIs
The author of Aliyah’s Law, a Hawaii County ordinance enacted in 2012 that allows police to order a vehicle towed at the driver’s expense, is questioning the implementation of the law named after Aliyah Braden, a 17-month-old toddler killed in fatal 2009 drunken driving crash.
Hawaii Community Correctional Center is in its fourth month of a COVID-19 lockdown which includes a halt to transportation of inmates for court hearings.