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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.
Police on Friday arrested and charged a 33-year-old Pasadena, Calif., man on a bench warrant issued Sept. 11 with a sealed indictment.
How involved should the public be in determining government salaries?
For the first time in months, the Pahoa Community Center gym was nearly empty.
— There’s a reason you keep hearing the phrase “sitting is the new smoking”. Like smoking, chronic sitting is a nasty habit.
The process of reopening Highway 137 to Pohoiki began Monday after county officials and private contractors visited the lava-covered roadway.
Police are asking for the public’s help with finding a Puna man they described as “armed and dangerous,” who is wanted in connection with a shooting incident Sept. 1 in Mountain View.
HONOLULU — The retired U.S. judge who was tied up after a man allegedly shot and killed three people in Honolulu in 2006 says he’s satisfied with a ruling that dismisses all charges but recommits him to a psychiatric hospital.
A 28-year-old Ocean View man died Sunday after his motorcycle broadsided a pickup truck near the 83-mile marker of Highway 11 in Ocean View, police said.
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.