Waipio Valley residents are “grateful” for a county proclamation closing Waipio Valley Access Road to nonlocal traffic.
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Waipio Valley residents are grateful for a county emergency proclamation closing the Waipio Valley Access Road to nonlocal traffic.
Over a kilogram of fentanyl and pounds of methamphetamine are off the streets of West Hawaii thanks to an investigation by the Hawaii Police Department Area II vice unit working in concert with federal officials.
A bill that would help state residents plan for their retirements has passed its committees in the State Senate with broad support.
Big Island police are investigating a possible drowning in Kona.
Tommy “Kahikina” Ching has been making his way around the Big Island’s KTA Super Stores collecting food and money for his 21st annual Feed-A-Thon to benefit the Hawaii Food Basket.
A bill that would set tighter limits on using Hawaii location names to sell coffee cleared its last state House committee Wednesday, sending it back for a vote on the full house floor before crossing over to the Senate for further consideration.
Supreme Court issues injunction temporarily stopping candidate filing after petition filed to declare legislative maps invalid
The Hawaii Supreme Court late Thursday issued an injunction temporarily stopping candidate filing that was to start Tuesday until it can consider a petition filed by 11 residents from three islands questioning the process by which the state Reapportionment Commission drew legislative boundary maps.
HONOLULU — The top official at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday an upcoming inspection of a Navy fuel tank facility that leaked petroleum into Pearl Harbor’s tap water will look at whether the tank farm was properly operated.
Requests for hundreds of thousands of dollars for equipment for the county Department of Environmental Management led to frustration at Wednesday’s County Council meeting.
HONOLULU — A civilian contractor working for the U.S. Navy on Wednesday disclosed the names of four employees killed when their helicopter crashed on Kauai.
HONOLULU — Honolulu City Council member Heidi Tsuneyoshi said she will run for Hawaii governor.
HONOLULU — Three former executives of a Hawaii-based defense contractor pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of funneling more than $200,000 in illegal donations to aid the reelection campaign of Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine.
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