The comptroller for the state Department of Accounting and General Services has joined the lineup of opposition to placing the Keauhou aquifer under the control of the state’s water commission.
A 23-year-old Ocean View man was sentenced to a lengthy prison term Wednesday for his role in a violent robbery earlier this year on South Point Road in Ka‘u.
HONOLULU— About 6 percent of Hawaii’s homeless population moved to the state in the last 12 months and about 16 percent arrived within the last five years, according to a University of Hawaii report
HONOLULU — The state Campaign Spending Commission referred two complaints to city prosecutors to decide whether criminal charges should be filed for activities in the 2012 mayoral campaign.
The June 27 lava flow took centerstage Wednesday during a Congressional subcommittee hearing on volcano monitoring in the United States.
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz and Rhode Island’s Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse unveiled legislation Wednesday that would reduce carbon pollution and generate as much as $2 trillion dollars over 10 years.
HONOLULU — A temporary program by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to help veterans receive faster health care has begun in Hawaii with the issuance of thousands of Choice Cards.
HONOLULU — The state Medicaid health insurance program mailed out fliers incorrectly stating Kaiser Permanente Hawaii is not accepting new members for its Medicaid plan.
Scientists using Mauna Kea’s W.M. Keck Observatory have peered 90 million light years from Earth into a region located within the Big Dipper and made a surprising discovery.
A 44-year-old South Kona man will stand trial in February in connection with the July shooting death of a 52-year-old Honaunau resident.
Hawaii County’s Civil Defense chief said he will continue to assess whether road restrictions should be lifted as the June 27 lava flow remains calm near Pahoa.