Man accused of assault during flight makes initial court appearance.
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A 32-year-old man accused of twice punching a flight attendant on a Thursday morning flight from Honolulu to Hilo made his initial appearance Monday in U.S. District Court in Honolulu.
HONOLULU — Researchers say an endangered Hawaiian monk seal has made an exceptionally fast and long swim across the archipelago.
HONOLULU — New federal rules for international travelers are expected to help Hawaii’s crippled tourism industry.
Ground has been broken and construction begun for a new commercial center in North Kona.
HONOLULU — Health officials said 23 Native Hawaiians died from COVID-19 last week, accounting for 20% of all fatalities among Hawaii’s Indigenous people since the start of the pandemic 18 months ago.
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.