Program Launched to Buy 2018 Eruption-Damaged Homes

April 28, 2021

A new program that will help property owners affected by the 2018 volcanic eruption can apply to buy back their land starting next week. It will address properties that were using as primary resi...Read More

Tourists Head to Islands, State Leaders Hope for the Best

April 9, 2021

Tourists and locals are heading back to the beaches. But, getting the tourism comeback at the same time as balancing the needs of the community is turning out to be a challenge. ...Read More

Department of Environmental Management Scales Back Recycled Water

March 23, 2021

The Department of Environmental Management said it’s ready to put aside...Read More

Container Terminal Makeover to Benefit The Aloha State’s Cargo Industry

March 4, 2021

The container terminal $174 million modernization of the Kapalama Container Terminal has been completing. In fact, now more upgrades are in the works. Upgrades are always necessary. ...Read More

Rare Nest of Sea Turtle Hatchlings Rescued on the Big Island

February 15, 2021

A rare nest of Olive Ridley sea turtles was discovered by a Hawaiian family and then they told experts. The hatchlings are not normally known to be in the area. ...Read More


GOP Official Resigns After Using Party Twitter to Support QAnon Beliefs

January 26, 2021

The GOP in Hawaii is facing some backlash from this past Sunday after a bunch of tweets that are now deleting that show support for QAnon conspiracy theorists. Nothing wrong with that! No shame i...Read More

Unidentified GIs who Died in the Philippines Return to Another State

January 7, 2021

Unidentified GI's remains of some U.S. military personnel who died during World War II. They were put into the ground and were unknown in the Philippines. Now they have been returning to Hawaii t...Read More


Furlough and Paycut Plan for Most State Workers in 2021

December 11, 2020

Furlough and pay cut plan in Honolulu, Hawaii is in store for most state workers starting in January 2021 for two days a month. A nine percent pay cut for unpaid days off will continue indefinite...Read More

Winter Wonderland is Now a Socially Distant Event Inside a Stadium

November 19, 2020

Winter Wonderland is Going to Take Place at Aloha Stadium The Winter Wonderland is going to take place with a twist at the Aloha Sta...Read More


Landlords Owed Back Rent Urged to Negotiate Agreements

November 2, 2020

Landlords need to begin talking with their renters now. Experts believe they need to discuss how to settle up back rent in order to avoid expensive lawsuits and evictions once the state's evictio...Read More

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