Accessed on 13 June 2018, 1535 UTC, Post #17009.
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Here are today’s top West Hawaii news stories from “West Hawaii Today”, published in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
The maternal aunt of a 9-year-old Hilo girl allegedly starved to death almost two years ago by her parents and maternal grandmother has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the state, the girl’s parents and her maternal grandmother.
HILO — The state Department of Health’s Clean Water Branch is evaluating information collected last month during an investigation into wastewater discharges from Big Island Dairy.
KAILUA-KONA — It’s been one month to the day since South Kona woman Deborah “Debby” Wiley wandered away from her Captain Cook home and hasn’t returned.
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KAILUA-KONA — The Hale Halawai kitchen received a much-needed facelift on Friday thanks to Windermere C and H Properties employees. Cabinets were sanded and painted, floors power washed, walls got a fresh coat of paint and new appliances were installed.
HAPUNA — Ocean Safety Officers at the Hapuna Beach north lifeguard tower received a new rescue tool through a generous donation from The Daniel R. Sayre Memorial Foundation.
HILO —The Board of Ethics on Tuesday cleared a retired county employee to hold a county contract overseeing a project replacing the county’s problematic online building permit application system.
Hawaiian Airlines is reducing the number of flights between Honolulu and the Big Island starting next month.
Hawaii Island police have arrested and charged 27-year-old Keola Werner-Kealoha in connection with a burglary of the police substation at the Mooheau Bus Terminal in downtown Hilo.
As gas emissions from the fissure eruption and at the ocean entry continue to be very high, the National Weather Service reported a decrease in trade winds will result in thicker vog through the weekend for the southern part of the island, through Pahala to Ocean View and wrapping around to Kona.
Hawaii Police detectives are investigating an incident involving a boat that ran aground which resulted in one death.