New HVO buildings would include research center at UH-Hilo, field station at HVNP.
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Hawaii Volcano Observatory’s scientist in charge said Tuesday progress is being made toward its new facilities.
Saddle Road alternatives: Paniolo Avenue resurfacing to commence Oct. 1, intersection study underway
Progress is continuing on alternative roadways in Kohala, with schedules even more important since the state’s announcement earlier this month that the $80 million West Hawaii extension of Daniel K. Inouye Highway has been put on hold.
Should inmates in Big Island correctional facilities be counted at the facility itself or where they usually live when they’re not incarcerated?
Some Big Island residents who are fully inoculated against COVID-19 with a vaccine from Pfizer are now eligible for a booster dose — although the state Department of Health continues to prioritize immunizations for the unvaccinated.
A public meeting Wednesday about the decommissioning of Hoku Ke‘a became a discussion about the relocation of the University of Hawaii’s teaching telescope elsewhere on Maunakea.
The state Wednesday released more than $55 million in capital improvement project funds for a variety of Big Island projects, including millions for a new housing unit at Hawaii Community Correctional Center and Konawaena High School for track and field improvements.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a vehicle and three men that were reportedly involved in a robbery that occurred Wednesday night in the Target parking lot in Kailua-Kona.
A class action lawsuit alleging price-fixing in the poultry industry may mean a little extra grocery money in your pocket.
LIHUE — Kauai is planning to revise its coronavirus restriction structure as the delta variant continues to impact the county.
The Big Island Substance Abuse Council (BISAC) recently received a grant from Hawaiian Electric to assist the nonprofit with its Rural Wellness Hubs.
Most residents of the Island of Hawaii live on one of four potentially active volcanoes and probably have wondered about the threat of lava flows at one time or another. Interestingly, determining future threats relies on knowledge of the past. The long-term likelihood of an area being invaded by lava in the future, is estimated in two different ways based on the history of lava flow activity.
The Big Island Friday reported 68 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the island’s tally to 9,737.
Neighbors of a Hawaiian Beaches home destroyed Wednesday evening in what authorities think might be an intentionally set fire said there had been suspicious activity at the house prior to the blaze.
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