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Police say a task force in Hilo and Puna has resulted in the apprehension of eight suspects on arrest warrants, plus the arrests of two others one who allegedly went on a crime spree that encompassed several districts and another allegedly found with rifles, drugs and evidence of drug distribution.
Police are seeking leads on a 33-year-old man they describe as armed and dangerous wanted for questioning in an attempted murder investigation.
A Hilo couple police say watched beachgoers at Honolii Beach Park to see where hid their vehicle keys and then stole the vehicles, plus wallets with IDs and credit cards including a truck belonging to a Vietnam War veteran and his wife plus IDs and a credit card belonging to the veteran appeared Monday in Hilo District Court.
HONOLULU (AP) A University of Hawaii lecture has been simultaneously broadcast in a classroom in American Samoa using a hologram, a report said.
HONOLULU When starlight from billions of years ago zips across the universe and finally comes into focus on Earth, astronomers want their telescopes to be in the best locations possible to see whats out there.
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.