State to receive $339 million for bridge repairs and upgrades.
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Federal funds to help ‘rebuild bridges across Hawaii’: State to receive $339M for repairs, improvements
Hawaii will receive $339 million in new federal funding over five years to repair and improve the state’s bridges, U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz announced in a Friday statement.
‘It could have been worse’: Tsunami triggered by volcanic eruption in Tonga causes minor damage in West Hawaii
A Keauhou Bay business sustained heavy damage Saturday morning as an approximately 3-foot tsunami surge tore through the Sea Quest retail store.
Last year was a much deadlier one on Big Island roads than 2020, when coronavirus-related lockdowns resulted in shuttered drinking establishments and fewer drivers on the roads.
The Board of Land and Natural Resources on Friday approved a land use application for the decommissioning of a Maunakea observatory.
The Hawaii Department of Transportation is warning about a scam asking people for their social security and license plate numbers.
The “Sixth Mass Extinction” in Earth’s history is underway, according to biologists in Hawaii and France.
Hundreds of people who waited hours in line for a COVID test Friday at Old Kona Airport Park learned Thursday that those tests were lost in transit.
Those who lost a loved one to COVID-19 could still be eligible for federal financial assistance of up to $9,000 for funeral expenses incurred on or after Jan. 20, 2020.
WAILUKU, Maui (AP) — An attempt to recall Maui Mayor Mike Victorino has failed after organizers didn’t collect the minimum number of signatures needed, The Maui News reported.
8 projects ID’d for Puna: List includes waterlines, wells aimed at helping region recover from 2018 eruption
The few remaining homes in Kapoho might get their water restored after all.
Hilo Medical Center is limiting visitors again in response to the influx of COVID-19 patients entering the hospital.
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