x
Front Page

Powered by Unisys
x

HURRICANE TRACKER       
x

October 05, 2015 07:40am
Tropical Storm Oho Not Expected to Become Hurricane
EXPAND RADAR
  • Latest News
  • Sections
  • Videos
  Big Island News & Information Hub
AD
ADVERTISEMENT
July 16, 2014

BLOG: Count Your Blessings, Rain Among Them

Living in a rainforest has its benefits, such as no shortage of water or facing $500 daily fines for wasting the wet stuff.
0 Comments
Read More
July 09, 2014

BLOG: Hawaii List of Laws Increased by 238

Gov. Neil Abercrombie has signed 229 bills into law this year, allowed nine more to become law without his signature, and vetoed seven others.
0 Comments
Read More
April 11, 2014

BLOG: High Income and Home Values Don’t Necessarily Jive

Census data reveal interesting paradoxes on the Big Island.
0 Comments
Read More
April 03, 2014

BLOG: Coqui Frogs (Yikes!) Captured on Oahu

Ag officials say they are diligently pursuing reports of the noisy critters there, something Big Isle residents wish had happened here several decades ago.
0 Comments
Read More
March 31, 2014

BLOG: UH Phasing Out Paper Payroll Statements

Employees of the University of Hawaii who use direct deposit for their paychecks will be going entirely paperless -- payroll-wise -- beginning next month.
0 Comments
Read More
March 11, 2014

BLOG: Sen. Green Takes Different Tack on Roundup

After legislative attempts to ban the use of the herbicide failed, the Big Island senator has made it the subject of an upcoming "informational briefing."
0 Comments
Read More
January 28, 2014

BLOG: House Judiciary Chair Takes On Citizens United Ruling

Rep. Karl Rhoads admits his push for a constitutional amendment won't carry legal weight, but is nevertheless making a statement about campaign donations.
0 Comments
Read More
January 24, 2014

BLOG: Ige Looking to Lock Down Tax-Free Pensions

The Senate veteran and candidate for governor wants voters to decide whether future legislators should be banned from subjecting pensions to Hawaii's income tax.
0 Comments
Read More
January 17, 2014

BLOG: Plastic Bag Ban Goes Into Effect … (We’re Not Exactly Sure When)

What constitutes a year "after" a date could dictate whether you carry your groceries home in your hands today.
0 Comments
Read More
January 15, 2014

BLOG: Souki Makes Pitch for More County TAT Money

The speaker of the House argued for a "greater partnership" between the state and the counties which provide much of the services that support tourism.
0 Comments
Read More
LOAD MORE RESULTS
ADVERTISEMENT
AD
AD
AD
AD
^