Community COVID-19 Testing Program ramps up efforts amid coronavirus surge on Hawaii Island.
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Hawaii County is ramping up testing amid the current surge in COVID-19 cases on the Big Island.
HONOLULU — U.S. public health officials on Tuesday began investigating how civilians have been affected by the leakage of petroleum into Pearl Harbor’s tap water from a Navy fuel storage facility.
The first port agreements with Carnival Cruise Line and Norwegian Cruise Lines to formalize health and safety protocols for the return of cruise line operations in Hawaii have been executed, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
The real estate holdings of Hawaii’s largest private landowner have increased.
The state is offering a $25 incentive for fully vaccinated inmates in the custody of the Department of Public Safety.
A pickup truck that skidded off a rainy Maunakea Access Road and plunged into a ravine Saturday, killing a 9-year-old girl and injuring seven others, might have been subject to a manufacturer’s recall for a faulty brake master cylinder.
LIHUE — An influx of out-of-state homebuyers and renters pushed up housing prices on Kauai last year, officials said.
A 28-year-old Waimea man is charged with several felony property crimes after allegedly burglarizing the same Hilo house on Dec. 30 and 31.
An investigation is underway to determine the culprit behind an act of vandalism over the holiday weekend at the Captain Cook Monument on the shoreline of Kealakekua Bay.
The Big Island on Monday reported a record-breaking 359 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total case count since late February 2020 to 13,909.
Flying in a helicopter in the skies over North Kona, Linda Thomas-Vandervoort was able to assess West Hawaii’s homeless population from a different angle
State health officials reported 238 new COVID-19 cases Sunday on the Big Island as the omicron variant continues to fuel a surge in coronavirus infections.
Fire officials are investigating the cause of a Saturday evening residential fire in Hilo.
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