Here are the top “Hawaii Island News” headlines from Hawaii News Digest. Views expressed in this Hawaii News summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content provided by the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald.” Accessed on 21 May 2019, 0145 UTC, Post 18921.
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KAILUA-KONA Coral in the typically crowded Kahaluu Bay is getting a reprieve from human traffic through today.
Apparently, it’s not how the county spends the money, it’s how it raises the money.
The first breeding attempt by a pair of Hawaiian crows in the wild in nearly 20 years appears to have been a failure.
— The all-new Mazda3 presents exhilarating dynamics and styling in two very distinct packages.
A 37-year-old South Kona man faces drug and firearms charges after his home off Napoopoo Road was raided by police Friday.
Two Waiakea High School career academies achieved “model” status from the National Career Academy Coalition, which certifies the learning communities meet or exceed national standards of practice.
The lawyer of a man convicted of sexually molesting four underage girls said Monday a victim who spoke in court is “lucky this case didn’t go to trial.”
LIHUE, Kauai — A Kauai jury found a homeless woman guilty of heroin possession in a trial where her mother testified against her.
WAILUKU, Maui A Maui jail where a riot broke out in March is operating with less than half the normal number of corrections officers.
A new $150,000 Grant in Aid from the state Legislature has brought the Hawaii Island Portuguese Chamber of Commerce Cultural and Educational Center closer to its funding goal and the long-awaited project closer to fruition.
KAILUA-KONA Lawmakers failed this session to pass legislation that would strip state or county employees of retirement benefits if convicted of a felony.
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