A Hilo man and a Puna woman are accused of firing shots in residential areas.
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Hilo Medical Center is over capacity and has opened 24 additional beds in its extended care unit to accommodate more patients.
No one was seriously injured Wednesday morning when a large-scale fracas broke out on the Pahoa High School campus, but an 18-year-old man and six juveniles — all students — were arrested, according to police.
Hawaii is the safest state in the nation to weather the coronavirus, according to a study released Thursday by the online credit reporting company WalletHub.
HONOLULU (AP) — Federal officials say a yearling humpback whale off Hawaii has been freed from a life-threatening entanglement in mooring gear.
Police arrested an 18-year-old man and six juveniles, all students, after officers responded to a large fight that broke out Wednesday morning at Pahoa High School.
UPDATE: The Public Utilities Commission issued an order late Wednesday, after Tribune-Herald deadline, temporarily suspending proceedings, including an evidentiary hearing on the Honua Ola project scheduled for next week, “pending further details” on Honua Ola’s appeal to the Supreme Court.
Gov. David Ige has signed his latest COVID-19 emergency proclamation, which keeps in place current restrictions and officially adds cruise ship passengers to the list of travelers who must abide by Safe Travels Hawaii requirements, Ige’s office announced Wednesday in a press release.
Hawaiian Electric customers who have struggled to pay their power bills during the COVID-19 pandemic may receive a one-time $90 credit by the end of the month.
A bill that would almost double Hawaii’s minimum wage — incrementally increasing it to $18 per hour by Jan. 1, 2026 — has broken quickly out of the gate at the start of this year’s legislative session.
Gov. David Ige recently released $1.8 million in capital improvement project funding for design, construction and equipment to complete a multipurpose building for Kanu o ka ‘Aina New Century Public Charter School in Waimea.