One tax on beverages in the state Legislature is dead, while another is on death’s door.
Hawaii Police have identified a homicide victim who was found buried in a shallow grave in a Puna subdivision last month.
Predictably, hotel occupancy rates in January were far below those from last year.
Post-flight COVID testing will continue on the Big Island after February, although for how long has yet to be determined.
The State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations has received more than $1 million from the federal government to combat unemployment insurance fraud.
Residents hoping to renew their driver’s licenses can still expect months-long delays thanks to a backlog at the County Vehicle Registration and Licensing Division.
After nearly seven months of waiting and a nail-biting 10 minutes on Thursday, NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover successfully touched down on the Red Planet.
Hawaii County urges residents to beware of COVID-19 misinformation being disseminated around Puna.
Puna roads update given: Administration provides tentative estimates for restoration of Pohoiki Road, Highway 137
Parts of Pohoiki Road which have been buried in lava for nearly three years finally might be excavated later this year, county officials estimate.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green reiterated his confidence Monday that the COVID-19 crisis largely will be over in Hawaii by the summer.
In a supposed effort to streamline the state’s contested case hearing process, a controversial new bill in the state Legislature would end those hearings over land use issues entirely.
The minimum wage in Hawaii could rise as high as $17 an hour under several new bills in the state Legislature, which has some businesses worried about their future.
An Ocean View man was arrested earlier this week for suspected animal abuse after more than 50 dogs were reportedly discovered on his property.