Democrats Case and Tokuda win Hawaii’s Congressional Seats.
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HONOLULU — Voters in Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional District elected a new U.S. representative Tuesday after the incumbent, U.S. Rep. Kaiali’i Kahele, decided not to seek re-election.
HONOLULU — Incumbent U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz, a Democrat, on Tuesday was re-elected to another six-year term, defeating Republican state Rep. Bob McDermott.
HONOLULU — Lt. Gov. Josh Green, a Democrat, on Tuesday defeated Republican former Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona to be Hawaii’s next governor.
HONOLULU — Lawyers representing two Native Hawaiian men don’t dispute they brutally assaulted a white man who purchased a house in their remote village on Maui.
All west-side Hawaii County Council seats were determined in the August primary election.
Hawaii Island earned an eighth seat in the state House of Representatives this election year, and the first candidate to fill it is Democrat Kirstin A.K. Kahaloa, who vanquished her Republican opponent, Jonathan P. Kennealy, with 66.6% of the votes, based on mail ballots representing 41.3% of registered voters.
The reactivation period for drivers with driver’s licenses that expired between March 16, 2020, and Nov. 30, 2021, will end on Nov. 30.
After seven years of ongoing litigation involving Hilo-based physician Frederick Nitta, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled 5-0 in his favor on Friday in a decision that could impact other Big Island doctors hoping to secure Medicaid reimbursement payments.
A 25-year-old man is facing abuse and assault charges stemming from a domestic-related incident that left a 3-year-old boy in critical condition.
The long-closed “Little Grass Shack” in Kealakekua was destroyed in a Sunday afternoon fire.
It’s Election Day! For those still mulling over their candidate choices, today is the last day to get your ballot to the polls.
Hawaii Island police are investigating a traffic collision that occurred Friday evening in Kea‘au involving a vehicle and a pedestrian that left a man dead.
Families flocked to Kona Commons Saturday to explore the amazing science happening on Hawaii Island during the annual AstroDay celebration Organized by the Mauna Kea Astronomy Outreach Committee.