Closures will happen Saturday night through early Monday morning for deck widening and concrete pours.
“The current law needs to be improved,” said Mayor Bernard Carvalho in a letter to the Kauai County Council.
The proclamation activates the Major Disaster Fund set aside by the Legislature for disaster relief for the entire state.
Tours can continue as long as the boats do a slow approach to the memorial when a turtle is sighted near the dock.
LGBT Hawaii said it’s already partnered with dozens of businesses and organizations.
The project is intended to increase efficiency and reduce delays for individuals receiving tax refunds.
State Representative Matt Lopresti said the schools need the extra help, especially during these hot months.
Today is a state holiday so the bus will operate on a holiday schedule. All city and county offices will be closed. Trash will still be pick…
This July, Honolulu saw 20 days that were at or above 90 degrees.
A fight between the head of the Hawaii State Ethics Commission and lawmakers could be headed to the Attorney General.
Lance Nonaka, one of the owners of the paintball company, Tactical Airgun Games Hawaii, says he got the call after our story aired Sunday.
Puna patrol officers and state sheriffs attempted to serve a bench warrant when a vehicle sped toward them.
Additional no-parking signs will be added in the coming weeks.
Dr. Bruce Beutler spoke to teachers and students at the university’s Bridging the Cancer World Symposium.
Representatives will be touring all three facilities later this month.
Police say he robbed Hair One Salon on Pensacola Street on July 17.
Demand for electricity reached a six-year high Wednesday night, likely due to increased use of air conditioning across the island.
Fire officials say since last December, there’s been more than 100 intentionally set brush fires on the island.
The heavy rain should taper off Thursday night and Friday as moderate to fresh trade winds return to the islands.
Residents and visitors are urged to stay informed and get prepared.