The Hawaii Community Development Authority said the windows do not meet a requirement known as the “Glass Rule.”
All lanes on Pensacola must turn right onto Waimanu Street.
Students and scientists met at the International Astronomical Union’s exhibit hall at the Hawaii Convention Center.
The rules will protect fishing practices traditional to native Hawaiian subsistence, culture, and religion.
You can remain anonymous, but HPD suggests that you provide your contact information.
Be very careful if you’re heading to the beach today. A high surf warning is now in effect for east facing shores of Hawaii until 6 tomorrow…
It is two months into hurricane season and it’s already been quite busy.
The Hawaii County Council Finance Committee met on Tuesday over government issued credit cards or pCards.
The DOE called it an isolated incident, while police told us it involves a juvenile.
Officials say those beaches will likely reopen Thursday.
A crash caused a pole to lean dangerously over the road.
You may think the image was altered, but it’s actually a very real phenomenon called Kelvin–Helmholtz.
Businesses are hoping to find candidates to interview and potentially hire.
It will have a back-to-school theme and feature food from 36 vendors.
Deante Nelson-Williams will be sentenced in October.
The $229,900 project is expected to be completed in 120 calendar days.
More than 2,500 astronomers from 75 countries are attending the conference.
The service is open to residents with a Hawaii driver’s license or state ID.
Clearing of debris from stream mouths has already started and the job is expected to be finished before Thursday.
Nahla Nepaul-Singh was diagnosed with leukemia last year.