HONOLULU — A judge said she will try to issue a decision Thursday on whether to grant a request to stop Hawaii from enforcing a quarantine on arriving travelers, meant to control the spread of the coronavirus.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Department of Hawaiian Homelands waiting list that could result in the state paying millions of dollars to beneficiaries.
HONOLULU — Hawaii legislators have opted not to approve a proposal to give an ocean cargo company $30 million in federal coronavirus relief funding to avoid a shutdown of its service.
HONOLULU — Hawaiian Airlines will resume some flights between Honolulu and U.S. mainland cities next month, after halting them because of the coronavirus pandemic.
HONOLULU — Investigators say inspections of a fan blade that broke off during a United Airlines flight in 2018, triggering an engine failure and emergency landing, had failed to spot signs that the blade was weak.
LIHU‘E — A committee of doctors and community leaders is considering a proposal to Gov. David Ige to test a tourist-entry system that would require visitors to Kauai to be tested for COVID-19 before they depart and again after they arrive, with a five- or six-day quarantine in between.
Ryan Forster used to be the golf pro at Makai Golf Club, but a chance encounter with a honeybee hive sent him on a different path, one that he’s still walking today.
LIHU‘E — Following the retirement of Scott Giarman, the Kaua‘i United Way is currently accepting applications and resumes for a new executive director for the nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization that is dedicated to serving the social needs of Kaua‘i since 1943.
HANAMA‘ULU and KAPAIA – The public is advised that night construction work will be performed at the Wastewater Management Division’s Hanama‘ulu Sewage Pump Station (SPS), located on Hanama‘ulu Road, and Kapaia SPS, located at the intersection of Kuhio Highway and Ma‘alo Road. The work is being performed as part of the construction project to rehabilitate and upgrade the Hanama‘ulu and Kapaia SPSs.
HONOLULU — The state Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation, with the concurrence of the state’s four counties, is lifting certain COVID-19 emergency restrictions imposed on larger commercial and recreational boating, and on ocean recreation.