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Ordnance removal enters next phase: Following 9 months of scanning near Waimea, Army personnel will begin digging for munitions
Digging will begin later this month in Waimea to search for unexploded military ordinance.
Rapid antigen tests and self-test kits will now be offered to after-school and summer camp programs free of charge through the expansion of the White House point-of-care kits distribution.
There have been 1,327 new COVID-19 cases in Hawaii over the past week, according to state Department of Health data. Of the new weekly cases, 160 were reported on the Big Island.
HONOLULU — Officials in Hawaii are expected to vote Wednesday on a new law that would require short-term rental owners on Oahu to limit tenant stays to a minimum of three months.
HONOLULU — Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi tested positive Wednesday for COVID-19, his office said.
Police say five people are hospitalized after a two-vehicle collision Tuesday near the 17-mile marker of Daniel K. Inouye Highway above Hilo.
It remains to be seen whether Mayor Mitch Roth’s administration will be able to provide property tax relief while still balancing its budget, officials told the County Council on Tuesday.
Construction on the Pohoiki Boat Ramp could begin by mid-2023, if all goes well.
After two weeks without a mask mandate or the Safe Travels program, hospitals have few COVID-19 patients, but demand for second booster shots is on the rise.
A resolution asking the Census to re-designate Captain Cook as Ka‘awaloa has crossed over to the state Senate.
A newly released study by federal and university researchers provides “encouragement and guidance” for land managers wanting to reestablish ‘ohi‘a stands wiped out by Rapid ‘Ohi‘a Death or impacted by other disturbances like volcanic activity and wildland fires.
Gov. David Ige on Tuesday announced the release of more than $276 million in February and March for capital improvement projects to be administered by various state departments.
HONOLULU (AP) — A Hawaii couple have dropped their petition for a temporary restraining order against actor Ezra Miller, who is known for playing “The Flash” in “Justice League” films and allegedly harassed patrons of a karaoke bar in a Hilo last month.
UPDATED: A single lane on Daniel K. Inouye Highway is now open to traffic. Drivers should still expect delays.
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