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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories from the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
Roughly 13,000 Hawaii Electric Light Co. customers briefly lost power Monday afternoon after a fast-moving storm blew through East Hawaii, damaging homes and dropping more than an inch of rain over some areas.
About two dozen people calling themselves “kanaka rangers” held an unauthorized checkpoint Monday along the Maunakea Access Road.
The tarps and tents covering the Hilo Farmers Market were removed over the weekend by county order due to zoning and fire code violations, and vendors were told Saturday they had to purchase their own pop-up tents that need to be assembled and removed every business day.
— Drivers With No Tickets In 3 Years Are In For A Big Surprise
Turns out the county’s affordable housing requirements can be pretty affordable for developers.
HONOLULU — A commercial fishing crew and a federal observer were rescued after their vessel sank and they spent hours in a life raft hundreds of miles off the coast of Hawaii, the U.S. Coast Guard said Monday.
A proposal to fund a cardiac care unit at Hilo Medical Center has nearly made it through both chambers of the state Legislature.
KAILUA BAY — Hokule‘a has arrived.
HONOLULU — Public support for the stalled $1.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope project has never been stronger, according to a newspaper poll.
Photos by HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald.
Police are reporting numerous areas in Hilo and Puna are without power due to high winds and lightening hits.