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Police are asking for the publics help in finding a missing Kona man.
KAILUA-KONA The Office of Environmental Quality Control received a draft analysis for the countys planned emergency shelter and an affordable rental project in Kailua-Kona.
On Monday, as Hilo High freshmen began their own high school careers, new Hilo-Waiakea Complex Area Superintendent Esther Kanehailua found herself back at the site of her own.
— Engineers at Mazda have been working tirelessly to make CX-5 crossover a great driving and safer SUV.
Five hundred new Dell desktop computers with the latest Windows 10 software are heading to county offices, if the County Council approves a modernization plan proposed by the administration.
The group behind the Thirty Meter Telescope plans to apply for a permit to build on the Canary Islands, its second choice for the project after Maunakea.
Police arrested a 26-year-old Pahoa man on suspicion of second-degree murder after his uncles body was found with apparent injuries to his head and body early Monday morning in the middle of Highway 137 in lower Puna.
A brief look at other news from throughout the state.
Police are seeking the publics help in identifying a suspect who allegedly stole $115 from a high schoolers wallet at a retail store on Makala Boulevard in Kailua-Kona.
Police are investigating the discovery of a body in lower Puna.
UPDATE 11 a.m.: At 11 a.m. Tropical Depression Flossie is 100 miles east-northeast of Hilo.
KAILUA-KONA Two properties on Honokaas main street have been nominated to the National Register of Historic Places.
KEALAKEKUA The trial for a 21-year-old man accused of manslaughter and negligent homicide in the death of a Hawaii Fire Department captain has been pushed back.
Although no construction equipment has been able to ascend Maunakea for three weeks due to the ongoing protest by some Native Hawaiians, the Thirty Meter Telescope is nearly 20% complete.
Elections are more than a year away and for some senators three years away but that hasnt kept state lawmakers from holding fundraisers during the legislative session and collecting money from the very people who are trying to influence their votes.
More than a year after the state Department of Land and Natural Resources sought to fine the Edwin C. Olson Trust No. 2 for damage allegedly done to a plantation camp cemetery by heavy machinery, a settlement still has not been reached.
Much of the Big Island is under a high surf warning associated with Tropical Storm Flossie, while Erick has been downgraded to a tropical depression as it continues to move west of the islands.
The most vocal opposition to the Thirty Meter Telescope project has come from the perspective of the rights of indigenous people and the cultural significance of the site.
WAIKOLOA VILLAGE With vertical construction at Waikoloa Plaza planned to get underway soon, developers anticipate the new shopping center will be able to offer the community shopping and dining by fall of next year.
A retrial in a 2014 attempted murder case is moving from Kona to Hilo.
Building built out of plastic Lego-like blocks