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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.
A Honaunau man accused of murder appeared for a preliminary hearing Friday afternoon in District Court wearing a hospital gown, leg brace and sitting in a wheelchair.
Vandals hit Lekeleke Burial Grounds in recent days, spray-painting rocks and littering at the historic site south of Keauhou.
Maria Harvey worked for seven years in various capacities off the shores of West Hawaii before she saw her first whale shark.
The state Department of Agriculture issued its first three industrial hemp licenses to residents in June.
Geologists reassured Volcano residents Thursday it is highly unlikely that seismic activity at the summit of Kilauea will escalate to catastrophic levels.
Kamehameha Schools settles lawsuit involving teacher for $5M
The state Office of Elections announced Friday that a consolidated polling place will be held at the Pahoa Community Center for primary election day next month.
A sinkhole on Highway 11 has restricted the roadway to one lane of traffic near Volcano Country Club.
KAILUA-KONA — Lake Waiau’s water levels remain ample almost five years after it nearly disappeared amid years of drought.