Two weeks ago, Truman was clinging to life when the Kaua‘i Humane Society rescued him from a kennel in Koke‘e.
Earlier this year, investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board used drone footage to document and analyze a helicopter crash that killed seven passengers in December on Kaua‘i. And now, the Kaua‘i Police Department is equipping its team to be able to do the same.
HAGATNA, Guam — The governor of Guam temporarily suspended some parts of the Open Government Law in response to the coronavirus outbreak, including the public’s right to attend government meetings.
WAILUKU — Maui residents have been using signs and checkpoints to help enforce a government order to keep visitors off Hana Highway during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
HONOLULU — Technical issues made it difficult to get information about a tsunami watch for Hawaii and its subsequent cancellation, the National Weather Service said Wednesday.
HONOLULU — Hawaii mistakenly reported it had its first death from the coronavirus because a worker at the state public laboratory accidentally recorded a negative test as positive, the director of the laboratory said Wednesday.
HONOLULU — Three workers at a federal prison in Honolulu suffered injuries after they were assaulted by an inmate, officials said.
County officials wish to inform residents and businesses that wipes (including those labeled as “flushable”) and paper towels should not be flushed down the toilet.
The Kaua‘i Island Utility Cooperative Charitable Foundation released $20,000 to Kaua‘i Economic Opportunity to help those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic with their electric bills.
LIHU‘E — The Hawai’i Office of Public Defenders has petitioned the Hawai’i Supreme Court to release inmates convicted of misdemeanors or of parole technicalities through the use of grants, pardons and reprieves to lower facility population and potentially prevent a community spread of COVID-19.
HONOLULU — The Hawai‘i State Department of Education announced Tuesday that school facilities will remain closed to students through April 30 based on the latest guidance and information from health officials and elected leaders that includes the Stay-at-Home, Work-at-Home Order signed by Gov. David Ige.