ハワイ州運輸局は、オアフ島のH1フリーウェイで実施されている道路舗装工事の一環として、H1の一部を一時的に全面通行禁止にすると発表した。 当局では、3月16日（日）～28日（金）の期間、毎日20：00から早朝まで、H1西行きのビンヤードブルバードからハロナ通り間を全面通行禁止とするほか、H1の東行きでは、道路舗装工事のための車線制限を行うとしており、ドライバーに対して注意を呼びかけている。 なお、H1で実施されている道路舗装と拡張工事は今夏に完了予定で、工事終了後には、H1のプナホウ通りからリケリケハイウェイ間に新たな走行車線が設置されるほか、フリーウェイ上に設置されている照明のアップグレード、排水システムの向上なども行われる。
世界中のいろいろな場所の 360 度パノラマ画像 を通りに立った目の高さで見渡すことができるアプリとして知られるGoogleマップとハワイ州観光局では、ハワイ州内のビーチやハイキングコース、史跡などの景観を紹介する360度パノラマイメージのリリースを開始している。 今回Googleマップに登場したのは、オアフ島とハワイ島のビーチやハイキングコース、公園、史跡など、車両で立ち入りことができない場所の画像も含まれており、利用者はGoogleマップに掲載されている画像を通して、ハワイでのバーチャル滞在を楽しむことができる。 ハワイ州観光局では、今後もGoogleと協力し、カウアイ島、マウイ島、ラナイ島、モロカイ島の景観を紹介するパノラマ画像等の掲載を行いたいとしている。
Mired in controversy, delays and cost overruns, the latest estimate for the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex is $3 million above its planned $13.7 million budget and is still at least a month away from completion, UH officials said.
Washington Middle School captured the state title at the 2014 Hawaii MATHCOUNTS competition for the fourth year in a row Saturday, and three of its students will join one from Seabury Hall to represent the state at the nationals.
The latest round of airport funding -- about $96.6 million -- was announced by Gov. Abercrombie's office Monday. The funds largely come from various airport user fees and don't include state taxpayer revenues or money from the state's general fund, officials said.
Geologists call it "gas pistoning." That's the cyclical rise and fall of the surface in a lava pond, driven by the buildup and release of gases. And it's what's happening in the pond at the northeast spatter cone of Kilauea's Puu Oo vent.
Bill 2621, which passed the House on Tuesday, would set time limits to respond to any issues raised between the state and companies that lease its facilities, including those at Honolulu Harbor.
More than 130 demonstrators sporting bold red "Save Our Kaka'ako" shirts lined Ala Moana Boulevard on Saturday to voice fears that "runaway" luxury condominium development, if left unchecked, will replace much of the coastal green space there and block public access to the beach.
Former Schofield Barracks soldier Naeem J. Williams is standing trial in U.S. District Court on a charge of capital murder for the July 2005 beating death of his 5-year-old daughter, Talia Emoni Williams.
Cpl. George Martin, who works in the Waianae District, is suing the city and several of his supervisors, claiming that they retaliated against him after he complained about officers being allowed to go home early and still get paid for the rest of their shift.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced the nomination of Michele Nekota to become the city's next parks and recreation director in a news release Tuesday. She must be confirmed by the City Council.
Here is the status of major bills at the halfway point of the 60-day legislative session. The bills that are alive have passed in at least one chamber of the Legislature. The bills that are failing were not approved by the state House or Senate by Thursday’s procedural deadline.
If the Legislature doesn't restrain the Hawaii Community Development Authority, which governs Kakaako, some buildings could exceed the existing 400-foot height limit by 250 feet and stand as close as 80 feet apart.
Man critically hurt in hit-and-run in Aiea • 2 found unconscious in vehicle in ditch • 22 rescued as high surf hits Oahu shores
Daylight saving time begins on mainland • 3 are re-elected to utility's board • Park seeking trail stewards
Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses, civil unions and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health's Vital Statistics System.
It's rare for the federal government to seek the death penalty in a state like Hawaii that doesn't allow it. Only seven of 59 inmates currently on federal death row are from states that didn't have the death penalty at the time the sentence was imposed.
BAMIAN, Afghanistan » It will be a long time before anyone calls this mountain town a tourist trap, especially at 9,000 feet when lows in the winter can plunge to 20 degrees below zero.
Federal safety regulators received more than 260 complaints over the past 11 years about General Motors vehicles that suddenly turned off while being driven, but they declined to investigate the problem, which GM now says is linked to 13 deaths and requires the recall of more than 1.6 million cars worldwide.