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KEALAKEKUA A 38-year-old man responsible for an islandwide crime spree on Wednesday made two court appearances Friday morning.
KAILUA-KONA The 26-year-old woman bitten by a shark Tuesday in Kealakekua Bay has been released from the hospital in good condition, a Kona Community Hospital spokeswoman said Friday.
Police arrested a Hilo couple and charged them with numerous crimes stemming from motor vehicle thefts at Honolii Beach Park.
The signing by President Donald Trump in June of a long-delayed disaster relief bill means Hawaiian Volcano Observatory can go about the business of finding a new site.
TUXEDO, N.Y. In brushy terrain where a botanical interloper evades detection by the human eye, count on Dia to sniff it out.
KAILUA-KONA Kaiser Health Foundation is asking a federal judge to block The Queens Health Systems from directly billing its members until the court renders a decision on Kaisers allegations of unfair billing practices.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park said Friday the parking lot at Steam Vents within the park will be closed from 8 a.m.-noon Thursday as park staff continue efforts to eradicate little fire ants from the area.
About 200 people showed up Friday in Hilo to support nine people facing their initial court date for charges of obstructing Maunakea Access Road on July 17 to prevent construction vehicles and workers from scaling Maunakea to build the Thirty Meter Telescope.
In a 5-0 vote, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled today the state hasnt properly managed ceded lands at Pohakuloa leased to the Army for military training.