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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.
HONOLULU — A Hawaii-based Army soldier accused of attempting to support the Islamic State group will plead guilty, his lawyers told the Associated Press on Tuesday.
A man authorities say was probably in his 50s was burned to death, and according to a written Fire Department statement, the cause is “misuse of accelerants.”
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park announced today its goal to reopen parts of the park by Sept. 22 – National Public Lands Day – as long as the current pause in earthquakes and collapse-explosion events at the summit of Kilauea continues.
SEATTLE — A federal judge in Seattle hearing arguments about a settlement that allows a Texas company to post online plans for printing 3-D guns said Tuesday that the overall issue of such untraceable plastic weapons should be decided by the president or Congress.
A brief look at news from throughout the state.
The joint federal/state/county Disaster Recovery Center assisting residents with the Kilauea eruption recovery will be closed Thursday (Aug. 23) because of the threat posed by Hurricane Lane.
WAIMEA — In times of crisis, rescue crews with the Hawaii Fire Department step up and give their all to save the lives of visitors and those who call this island home.
Hayden Konanui-Tucker wasn’t planning to perform hula at the 46th annual Hoʻokuʻikahi Establishment Day Hawaiian Cultural Festival on Saturday. But when the 14-year-old heard the strummed notes of “Kaulana Na Pua,” he felt it, he said, and went with it.
National Historic Preservation Act meetings set