The new academic year begins Tuesday amid a concerted effort to vaccinate more students and their families via school-based clinics.
Elon Musk’s electric vehicle, while not quite ubiquitous, is tops for market share among local luxury cars.
These high-schoolers figured it out: Get a group of friends, find a problem you want to fix, and use your talents to start a project that’s meaningful.
Gov. David Ige has said he may need to reimpose COVID-19 restrictions if the rapid rise continues and hospitals are overwhelmed.
HART officials now hope to shore up rail’s finances with money from the 3% hotel tax the city is authorized to impose.
Hawaii reported 622 coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest number since the pandemic began. It included cases from lab reporting delays.
Priority areas include in-person attendance, social and emotional well-being as well as staff well-being and the safe return to campuses.
The new cutters and their crews add more than 70 new Coast Guardsmen to the U.S. island territory.
Waianae and Ewa have had the highest number of new COVID-19 cases on Oahu in the past two weeks.
While state and county officials seek to regulate popular tourist spots, some residents are taking matters into their own hands.
Give them access to state services, because far too many have not been supported as they should be.
The vice principal, while accepting responsibility, says that dismissal for the affair with a principal was too harsh.
The options are limited to 180 elementary schoolers, 90 middle schoolers and 120 high schoolers, for a total of 390 seats.
The Department of Defense has tightened masking requirements in some areas after previously relaxing them for vaccinated troops.
UPDATED: In a 17-6 vote, senators rejected Gluck’s appointment even after he asked the governor to withdraw his name Thursday morning.
Vaccine hesitancy is yet another expression of how polarized we are, and it’s not going away.