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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 Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
With no visitors to gaze in awe at its splendor, Kilauea caldera is often shrouded in a peaceful, though deceptive, silence.
During Tuesday night’s community meeting at Pahoa High School cafeteria about the ongoing lava emergency, the subject of looting in lower Puna arose — again.
KAILUA-KONA — Hawaii Island tourism numbers remained reasonable through the month of May, but it will be June and the summer months to follow that tell the tale of Kilauea volcano’s true impact on the county’s most lucrative industry.
A South Hilo patrol officer shot at a suspect during a late-night incident Wednesday in the Panaewa area of Hilo.
U.S. prosecutors are considering charges against two people seen taking rare, federally protected silversword plants found only on a mountain on Maui, authorities said.
A passenger whose behavior prompted the diversion of a Fiji Airways flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu has pleaded guilty to interfering with flight attendants and crew members.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In effectively knocking down a California law aimed at regulating anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a blow to abortion-rights supporters who saw the law as a crucial step toward beating back the national movement against the procedure.
A brief look at news from throughout the state.
HONOLULU — An employee of the state agency that mistakenly sent cellphone and broadcast alerts about an imminent missile attack earlier this year said he saw staff members watching movies or TV on the job.
A bill authorizing the county to pick up abandoned vehicles on private roads will soon be back before the County Council, after a unanimous endorsement Wednesday by the Environmental Management Commission.