HONOLULU — Six former Hawaii residents who now live in Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands want to be able to vote by absentee ballot for president.
HONOLULU — Honolulu Board of Water Supply officials asked Oahu residents to conserve water through the fall because of ongoing drought conditions.
HONOLULU — Demand for bigger homes, reduced inventory and near historic low interest rates have helped Oahu’s housing market set a price record for a second straight month.
WAILUKU — A proposed housing project criticized for setting prices too high has been rejected by the Maui County Council Affordable Housing Committee.
KAILUA-KONA — COVID-19 testing will be conducted on hundreds of staff and students at a university in Hawaii following a recent outbreak.
KAILUA-KONA — A project nearing completion is expected to close a gap in Hawaii island’s fiber optic system and ensure a stable communications network for internet and cellphone customers.
HONOLULU — Department of Hawaiian Home Lands officials approved a plan for a 23-story apartment tower expected to provide affordable rentals for 277 Native Hawaiian households.
HAGATNA, Guam — The Historic Preservation Office in Guam has confirmed four burial sites disturbed during construction on a U.S. Marine Corps base are 1,000 years old.
HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii plans to move forward with developing apartment towers to increase the housing options on the school’s flagship Manoa campus.
HONOLULU — The family of a man who died after contracting the coronavirus in a Hawaii veterans home filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the facility where 27 residents have died because of COVID-19.
HONOLULU — A CEO of a Hawaii company accused of defrauding banks of money meant to assist businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic can be released on $2 million cash bond, a U.S. judge ruled Friday.
HILO — A Hawaii Island food bank has significantly increased its services since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, serving up to 80,000 people monthly.
HONOLULU — A Hawaii nursing home is trying to contain a COVID-19 outbreak involving 21 residents and six staff members, officials said.
HONOLULU — The CEO of a company that was one of Hawaii’s largest recipients of the Paycheck Protection Program defrauded banks of more than $12.8 million in money meant to assist businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic, federal authorities said Wednesday.
HONOLULU — Movie and television productions in Hawaii have started or are scheduled to begin soon despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
HONOLULU — Honolulu’s mayor announced the city plans to withdraw from its part in establishing a public-private partnership for the final stretch of the city’s $9.2 billion rail project.
HILO — Hawaii contact tracers have received productive responses from about 50% of travelers, despite spending of more than $150 million for screening and contact tracing, officials said.
HONOLULU — The Navy said Tuesday its investigation into a shooting at Pearl Harbor last December was unable to determine what caused a submarine sailor to fire his service weapon at three civilian workers, killing two and wounding one, before he fatally shot himself.
HONOLULU — Hawaii officials are making final updates to an online application for collecting traveler information to enforce public safety measures related to the coronavirus.
HILO — The University of Hawaii has proposed installing a teaching telescope on the state’s highest mountain and is seeking public input on the project.