The state Department of Health is requesting public feedback on a plan to remove lead from the soil within Kolekole Beach Park.
A recent public meeting to discuss the University of Hawaii’s future plans for Maunakea failed to win the trust of some Native Hawaiian activists.
Home sales remained vigorous on the Big Island this summer despite a spike in COVID-19 cases and a request by the governor for visitors to stay away.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Big Island residents must once again grapple with a crucial question: where to buy a Christmas tree?
Gov. David Ige said in social media post Thursday that he might announce the end of some pandemic restrictions as early as today.
A tightly moderated forum about the University of Hawaii’s updated Maunakea Master Plan was informative Wednesday, but left participants little opportunity to interact.
The use of trailers may be allowed again soon at certain Big Island transfer stations.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green believes the state could begin lowering COVID-19 restrictions in about two weeks.
The state Department of Health today reported 195 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases statewide, including 40 on the Big Island.
Although many pandemic unemployment programs are no longer available, Hawaii businesses are still having trouble finding workers.
Gov. David Ige extended his pandemic emergency order through November as the latest COVID-19 surge gradually weakens.
The latest eruption of Kilauea is producing almost as much lava as the 2018 eruption, although it is so far entirely confined to Halema‘uma‘u crater in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
A species of fern whose last known specimen died on the Big Island in 2015 has been found again on Kauai.
A public meeting Wednesday about the decommissioning of Hoku Ke‘a became a discussion about the relocation of the University of Hawaii’s teaching telescope elsewhere on Maunakea.