State Rep. Richard Onishi said Friday scathing reports from the state auditor and the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization led to legislation that would abolish the Agriculture Development Corporation.
A pair of resolutions was introduced Friday on the floor of the House of Representatives to form on working group on the management of Maunakea.
A pair of resolutions was introduced today on the floor of the House of Representatives to form on working group on the management of Maunakea.
The Big Island’s largest-ever COVID-19 vaccination POD, or point of dispensing, is scheduled for Saturday at the Edith Kanaka‘ole Multi-Purpose Stadium in Hilo.
A man accused of a vehicular rampage Sunday in Kalapana that left a 28-year-old woman with life-threatening injuries and a would-be good Samaritan with a fractured hip was ordered Wednesday by a judge to appear for a preliminary hearing at 2:30 p.m. Friday.
A bill that would make sexually assaulting an animal a felony is moving through the state Legislature.
A bill requiring an assessment by the state auditor of the social and financial impacts that occur when health insurance companies deny coverage for certain types of health care to individuals based on gender identity is advancing in the state House.
A bill that would have all-but-exempted county councils from the state’s open meetings law, also known as the “Sunshine Law,” is essentially dead for this legislative session.
A 24-year-old Hilo woman was arrested and charged for the violent Dec. 27 carjacking in Puna of a woman visitor from Alaska.
A bill that would all-but-exempt county councils from the state’s open meetings law, also known as the “Sunshine Law,” is set to receive a hearing today.
The president and CEO of the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce took issue Monday with House Speaker Scott Saiki’s statement a week ago that the University of Hawaii “should no longer manage Maunakea, and it should cease its work to extend the master lease.”