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A bill that would require certified lifeguards on boats that take tourists onto the water for snorkeling and other activities is again making its way through the state Legislature.
Environmental and astronomical experts are urging residents throughout the state to reduce outdoor lighting in order to prevent the spread of light pollution.
HONOLULU — The U.S. Space Force said about 700 gallons (2,650 liters) of diesel spilled at the site of an advanced space telescope on the summit of Haleakala volcano on Maui, the latest fuel spill involving the U.S. military in Hawaii.
The Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival is back for in-person festivities. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Police are investigating the discharge of a firearm by an officer in Pahala that resulted in the death of a dog late Saturday afternoon.
Police are seeking leads in the cases of three missing individuals, all from Puna, whom they suspect may have been the victims of foul play.
Statewide in 2022, there were 117 traffic-related fatalities, a three-year high.
Big Island residents might get more of a say over what happens on Maunakea under a new proposal in the state Legislature.
An Oahu Circuit Court judge Monday lifted an injunction prohibiting the issuance or renewal of aquarium fishing permits for West Hawaii waters.
A raft of gambling-related bills have been introduced in the state Legislature and have passed first readings on their respective chamber’s floors.
Removing the general excise tax on food and medicine might not be the best way to help struggling Hawaii residents, Gov. Josh Green said Monday.
Several studies conducted by Hawaii researchers are predicting rates of type 2 diabetes, as well as other chronic conditions, will increase dramatically in the coming years among youth statewide.
The state Department of Education is set to pay a quarter-million-dollar settlement in a 2021 case brought by a Big Island family alleging the agency failed to protect a female student from repeated sexual assault on a public school campus.
Five years since its inception, Magical Creatures Sanctuary has become home to more than 90 animals that were saved from slaughter, rescued from neglect, have special needs, or were orphaned or injured in the wild.
After a year of waiting, the next step in the restoration of Puna roads severed by the 2018 Kilauea eruption is nearly complete.