State official agrees Navy must remove fuel from tanks near Pearl Harbor.
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HONOLULU — A state official on Monday agreed that the Navy should be required to remove fuel from massive fuel tanks it owns near Pearl Harbor, saying they pose “a metaphorical ticking time bomb” threatening the water supply of the state’s most populous island.
Indoor gathering restrictions will tighten yet again on the Big Island after Mayor Mitch Roth, along with several thousand other Hawaii residents, contracted COVID over the weekend.
HONOLULU — Billionaire Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has purchased more property in Hawaii, including most of a reservoir that unleashed a deadly flood 15 years ago.
The ongoing war against albizia trees will continue in Puna next year after a lean 2021.
Jan. 1 will mark six months of the Hawaii Police Department’s hands-on management of animal control services on the Big Island — the same date a new law goes into effect requiring dog and cat owners to microchip their animals.
After seemingly endless meetings where tiny population clusters were moved block by tedious block, spirited public input and a dozen drafts later, a final map of County Council districts has been approved that will stand for the next 10 years.
HONOLULU — Honolulu police have arrested an off-duty police officer for alleged assault as part of an investigation into an accidental shooting that injured a man.
The holiday season, the Jonathan Dale Miller Foundation’s kicked off its month of giving on the Big Island with a tremendous bash Dec. 11 in Miloli’i.
Christmas was made a little merrier for families attending the King’s Daughters Ministry celebration Friday at the Kainaliu thrift store.
HONOLULU — A magnitude-4.9 earthquake struck a submerged volcano south of Hawaii’s Big Island on Friday.
State and county officials are urging residents to keep their holiday celebrations small as COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise statewide.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, launches its annual Santa locator tool today for keiki who want to track when jolly old Saint Nick will reach the Aloha State.
The state Department of Health suspects that there could be at least four cases of the omicron variant of COVID-19 on the Big Island.