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HILO Mass Transit Administrator Brenda Carreira is asking the County Council to fast-track approval for a three-year contract for Hele-On bus service, although she doesnt plan to disclose the vendor or the contract amount until after the matter is approved.
KAILUA-KONA Hunter Patterson wanted to end his time at West Hawaii Explorations Academy last year on a high note.
HILO Two Maunakea Observatories Support Services vehicles were apparently vandalized last weekend while parked in Hilo.
Authorities are in the process this morning of tearing down an unpermitted structure along Daniel K. Inouye Highway near Puuhuluhulu.
WAILUKU Environmental groups that sued over a Hawaii countys use of injection wells have testified before county officials who will decide whether to continue an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, officials said.
KAILUA-KONA An update is being provided on the cause of death of 66-year-old Jenny Diaz of Pahoa who was found unresponsive following a June 15 single-vehicle crash that occurred on Government Beach Road, 2.8 miles South of Kahakai Boulevard.
HONOLULU Maui correctional officers were met with a stack of Hurt Feelings Report forms when they showed up for work this week at the Maui Community Correctional Center a joke that isnt going over well six months after a major riot broke out at the jail.
KAILUA-KONA Big Island schools have been back in session for a month, and already cases of influenza are being reported among the student population and staff members.
Hawaii County Police released the number of citations issued on Daniel K. Inouye Highway from Aug. 29 to Sept. 5.
Annual WHCHC exhibit creates healthy environment for patients while offering platform for the creative
KAILUA-KONA There are just a couple more days left for artists on the Big Island to become a part of this years Art is Healing Juried Exhibition.
KAILUA-KONA Its that time of year: spinning rides, flashing lights, entertainment and of course, fried Twinkies.