Total visitor spending down 32.1% in the first 9 months of 2021.
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Total spending by visitors who came to Hawaii in September was $1.05 billion, 15.4% lower than the $1.25 billion reported for September 2019.
Drivers should watch for lane changes and traffic delays on Waianuenue Avenue as crews begin probing for utility lines.
The Hawaii Paroling Authority has set a minimum term for a 26-year-old Waimea man who was sentenced to serve a half-decade behind bars for a 2019 crash that claimed the life of a mother of four and injured three girls.
Puna water projects mulled: Meeting held to discuss restoration of service to Isaac Hale Beach Park, 12 other proposals
Hawaii County will not be reinvesting in infrastructure destroyed by the 2018 Kilauea eruption, public officials said Thursday.
WAILUKU, Maui (AP) — A judge had denied a defense request to move away from Maui the trial of a man charged with murder in the disappearance of his girlfriend.
Hawaii County this week is opening its newly established Financial Empowerment Centers.
Mayor Mitch Roth on Wednesday called a proposed 3% tax to be added to hotel and vacation rental charges “a necessary evil.”
Swimming with Hawaiian spinner dolphins is now a thing of the past.
A Kailua-Kona woman was sentenced last month to five years behind bars after meeting a plea deal with prosecutors that dropped attempted murder charges stemming from a June 2020 traffic collision.
The state Land Board voted unanimously last week to approve rules that limit and regulate commercial surf school activity in Kahalu‘u Bay.
Police on Wednesday were searching for 25-year-old Brendon Hironaka of Puna who is wanted for questioning regarding a violent domestic dispute Friday on Pokahu Drive in Kurtistown.
HONOLULU — Starting next week, Honolulu will allow outdoor and indoor entertainment venues to operate at full capacity with vaccinated attendees, the mayor said Wednesday as he announced the city’s latest measures easing coronavirus restrictions.
HONOLULU — Hawaii on Wednesday said it was fining the U.S. Navy more than $325,000 for operations and maintenance violations at a massive underground fuel storage facility on Oahu.
For his determined efforts and collaborative approach tracking down criminal suspects who had assaulted hikers in Keaau, Puna Community Policing Officer Eddie Cardines was recognized by the Aloha Exchange Club of East Hawaii as Officer of the Month for July during a ceremony at the Pahoa Police Station last week.
An increase in electric rates is leading to the highest power cost surcharge on county water bills in at least two years, with the Water Board on Tuesday approving a 16% hike in the power cost charge.
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