The $80 million project to widen Queen Kaahumanu Highway is awaiting sign-offs from the parties that have a stake in how construction is aligned.
The process by which planned unit developments are approved is a step closer to being under greater public control.
The Big Island’s unemployment rate decreased for a third straight month in November, the Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations reported Thursday.
Police serving a warrant for contempt of court Wednesday afternoon made a bigger discovery — an allegedly stolen pickup truck with a bullet hole.
An 18-year-old Kailua-Kona man facing charges stemming from a “Peeping Tom” incident in a Target restroom last month failed to appear for his arraignment in 3rd Circuit Court on Wednesday.
Hawaii Island police early Thursday arrested a woman in Kona sought for questioning in connection with the robbery of a Hilo convenience store on Tuesday.
Hawaiian Airlines on Thursday announced a definitive purchase agreement with Airbus, finalizing the Memorandum of Understanding announced earlier this year to acquire six new A330-800neo aircraft starting in 2019.
HONOLULU — The president of a Hawaii telecommunications company has been indicted on charges of diverting $4 million of the corporation’s money for personal expenses over the course of a decade.
HONOLULU — The state Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a lawsuit challenging Hawaii’s gay marriage law, more than a year after same-sex couples were allowed to legally marry on the islands.
Laaloa Beach Park, also known as Magic Sands, reopened Thursday morning, a day after the popular Kona park was closed because a 12-foot tiger shark was spotted about 20 feet offshore, Hawaii County Fire Department Battalion Chief Gerald Kosaki said.
The Hawaii County Council voted 5-4 Wednesday to appeal a federal judge’s ruling striking a law that restricts genetically modified crops on the island.