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KAILUA-KONA A 34-year-old woman is recovering from injuries suffered in an apparent shooting incident early this morning on Mana Road in Waimea.
KAILUA-KONA Kua Bay will be opening later next week as the state begins prep to station lifeguards at the beach park.
KEALAKEKUA A judge will view documents pertaining to a drug case in private before he rules whether the case is dismissed.
HONOLULU Louis Kealoha was given a $20,000 discount for the installation of 26 solar panels at his Kahala home in 2013 as a favor to a police officer who worked part time for the solar contractor and because Kealoha was the police chief, according to the contractor.
HILO Saying the County Councils $585.5 million budget isnt conservative enough, Mayor Harry Kim is letting it become law without his signature.
KEALAKEKUA A Waimea man accused of manslaughter and negligent homicide in the traffic death of a Hawaii Fire Department veteran has pleaded not guilty to the charges stemming from the May 22 crash.
HILO Public officials and opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope are bracing for a potential showdown after construction of the project was authorized by the state.
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