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Comment: Here are today’s top Hawaii Island News stories from the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, based in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
A retired judge and his group has offered $10,000 to the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney to have genetic genealogical research performed on DNA left on a key piece of evidence in the Dana Ireland murder case.
KAILUA-KONA — The fourth person at the scene of a brutal hotel beating this fall has been charged in connection with the crime.
A Hilo hardware store may be among the first businesses in the Kanoelehua Industrial Area to apply to extend its lease next year.
By One Medical
— Begging your sniffles, cough or bronchitis to go away won’t work. You need a PCP, and fast.
A financial audit to be presented to the University of Hawaii Board of Regents found no irregularities in how the various entities involved in use and management of Maunakea lands account for their revenue and expenses.
A proposed ballot measure reducing the county land fund from a minimum of 2 percent of property tax revenues to a minimum of 1 percent was advanced Friday by the Charter Commission, over objections from fund supporters.
KAILUA-KONA — A watchful eye can see a long way toward a safer community, but there are fewer of them now at the HOPE Services campus where many of Kona’s homeless come to congregate.
Despite recent headlines surrounding the Boy Scouts of America, scouting in Hawaii will likely go on unaffected.
Money and power are some of the driving forces behind human trafficking, individuals fighting the issue said earlier this week. And it’s a matter that hits closer to home than one might think.
A small dome on the slopes of Mauna Loa used for the past five years as a NASA-funded Mars simulation is being given a new mission.
50-year-old time capsule removed from Capitol wall