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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 bureaucratic barrier, a lack of adequate state statutes and the sluggish pace at which county Departments of Motor Vehicles process road tests have created a glitch in the driver’s relicensing process that’s incentivizing thousands of Hawaii residents to break the law every year.
A historic “Welcome” sign has been welcomed back to Hilo High School. Refurbished and painted in the school colors of blue and gold, the 91-year-old sign that simply reads “WELCOME” now hangs above the auditorium entrance.
With Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on track to reopen later this month, Volcano businesses are cautiously optimistic about a return to pre-eruption visitors.
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— With Rice Krispies®, you don’t have to wait until it’s dark to go stargazing.
For those who came to Kailua-Kona’s first Pride event in years, it was more than just a chance to come together for celebration — it was a day promoting inclusivity for all.
Some longtime vacation rental condos, by a quirk of zoning, are being swept up into a vacation rental bill while those just across Alii Drive are not, an issue that has a crowd ready to speak out at the Leeward Planning Commission meeting.
The recent purchase of the “Great Crack Property” in Ka‘u by the National Park Service concludes a plan 50 years in the making.
A man believed to be in his mid- to late-70s was found dead Saturday in the rubble of a home destroyed by a mid-morning fire in downtown Hilo.
After more than 10 years of planning, a veterans center and senior housing complex in Hilo inched ever closer to completion Friday.
UPDATE : 4:15 p.m. Saturday: A written Fire Department statement said one person died in this morning’s fire at 556 Alenaio Lane, just off Kinoole Street in downtown Hilo.
KEALAKEKUA — The fate of two brothers accused of murder is now in the hands of a jury.