Welcome to the Saturday edition of “Hawaii News Digest”–Hawaii Island News. Views expressed in this Hawaii News summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. This post cites articles published by the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, based in Hilo, Hawaii. Here are the details:
Accessed on 12 January 2019, 1600 UTC, Post 18253.
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A North Kona developer’s representative made repeated promises Tuesday that its shoreline will be opened to the public within a year, but most County Council members want it in writing.
Police are seeking the public’s assistance in finding a 15-year-old boy last seen Dec. 19 in Hawaiian Paradise Park.
KEALAKEKUA — A Kailua-Kona man accused of assaulting and robbing a Buddhist minister pleaded not guilty.
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Big Island police on Thursday morning in Hilo nabbed a fugitive sex offender wanted by Kauai authorities.
Just outside the Department of Human Service’s South Hilo unit, about a dozen people waited Wednesday morning.
Some Hawaii farmers permitted to grow hemp as part of a state research program will harvest their crops soon, but other farmers still have to wait.
WASHINGTON — Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii announced she is running for president in 2020.
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The impending demolition of the old Hilo County Jail brought together public safety officials and local dignitaries Thursday to share memories of the historic building.
KAILUA-KONA — The annual humpback whale ocean count will take place despite the federal government shutdown thanks to volunteers and the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation.