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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.
Developers, businesses and single-home builders aren’t supposed to construct new cesspools anywhere in Hawaii, but a labor shortage within one Hawaii County department creates what is essentially a loophole, leaving open the possibility to do just that on the Big Island.
Numbers say Hawaii’s opioid problem isn’t as bad as the mainland, but experts have their guard up, making strides to get residents on road to recovery
The southern boundary of the flow front at the ocean entry of lava from Kilauea volcano’s lower East Rift Zone remained a little more than a half-mile away from Isaac Hale Beach Park and Pohoiki boat ramp on Sunday evening, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
By Hunter Douglas
— Want your shades to open automatically at 6 a.m., then lower at bedtime without ever touching them?
Police are investigating a shooting incident reported Thursday night on Highway 11 in Glenwood near the intersection of North and South Glenwood roads.
Laughter and excited voices echoed through the lobby of ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center on Friday morning as a group of keiki gathered for a photo.
A channelized a‘a lava flow west of Kapoho Crater continued to enter the ocean Saturday morning, according to Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
The story of how 38-year-old Cheyanne Anderson’s overdose death in a drainage ditch beneath Queen Kaahumanu Highway led to the closure of one of Kailua-Kona’s most entrenched homeless camps that for years lay hidden in plain sight
A bill that targets fake service dogs has become law without Gov. David Ige’s signature.
A small island has appeared off shore from where lava from fissure 8 enters the ocean.
KAILUA-KONA — Matsuyama Commercial Center moved another step closer to fruition this week.