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HONOLULU The trend in light to moderates trades continued Tuesday, according to National Weather Service forecasters, then will increase starting today through the rest of the week and upcoming weekend.
HONOLULU With the American flag billowing in the wind above and The Star-Spangled Banner playing on the loudspeakers from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, the first boatload of tourists and residents in nearly 16 months stepped onto the USS Arizona Memorial on Sunday morning.
KAILUA-KONA Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii has found a new way to get the Big Island community into the seats of its bikeshare program.
HILO Kuhio Kalanianaole Park in Keaukaha will close on Tuesday for waterline improvements as part of ongoing road work along Kalanianaole Avenue.
HONOLULU Amid mounting political pressure to force Bank of America to make good on a two-decade-old commitment to provide $150 million in home mortgage loans to beneficiaries of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Hawaiis Office of the Attorney General says there appears to be no legal basis for the state to actually pursue the matter.
KAILUA-KONA Hawaii County has agreed to pay a $15.1 million settlement to the family of a Michigan man hit and killed by a police patrol car, officials said.
KAILUA-KONA Sentencing is scheduled this fall for the driver of a white Kia Soul that gained notoriety on social media earlier this year for its drivers erratic and dangerous actions.
Hawaii Fire Department personnel were honored for service above and beyond the call of duty at the Daniel R. Sayre Foundation 22nd Annual Awards Ceremony Saturday at the Fairmont Orchid.
HILO Thanks to a new instrument at Gemini Observatory, astronomers have learned more about a planet nearly 2,000 light-years from Earth.
HILO If your internet seems a little faster these days, youre probably not imagining it.
KAILUA-KONA Hawaii County water consumers will have the opportunity to speak out on a proposed increase to the power cost charge.
KAILUA-KONA Big Island educators looking to cool down their students this year have a new way to bring air conditioner units into their overheated classrooms.
MAUNAKEA The demonstrators occupying Maunakea Access Road have thinned to a skeleton crew after the start of the school year, but students and teachers still find time to return to the mountain.