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August left Hilo on a high with several days of record high temps.
The county Department of Water Supply will be working on Hawaii Belt Road (Highway 19) at about the 27-mile marker near the intersection of Jardine Road between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, for water service installations.
Police say a womans purse was stolen Aug. 30 as she used the bathroom at a Hilo business.
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HONOLULU — The number of short-term rental violations issued by the city of Honolulu continues to rise following the implementation of a new ordinance.
A Hilo Circuit Court jury on Thursday convicted a man accused of attempted second-degree murder with the lesser offense of first-degree assault.
Police are seeking witnesses or anyone with information regarding the circumstances of a hit-and-run vehicle crash that killed a pedestrian earlier this year in the Panaewa area of Hilo.
The state Department of Natural Resources reported Thursday that four endangered vines have been destroyed during the occupation of Pu‘u Huluhulu.
Hawaii’s attorney general added her voice to the growing number of state attorneys general speaking out against the MeToo rape evidence collection kit.
The four-week-long campaign of enhanced traffic enforcement on Daniel K. Inouye Highway near the Thirty Meter Telescope protest and encampment site has netted 2,237 traffic citations and 24 arrests for 39 offenses, the Hawaii Police Department said Thursday.
This Friday the 13th isn’t all that bad, as a glowing — but mini — full harvest moon will light up the night sky.
WAILUKU, Maui — A new federal report offered additional details of a deadly helicopter crash off the coast of Molokai.
KAILUA-KONA — In the wake of the controversy surrounding President Donald Trump and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii drafted and signed a letter Wednesday with 13 other senators asking for answers from the Department of Commerce.
A tropical depression in the Eastern Pacific has developed into a tropical storm.
The prosecutor in an attempted murder trial told the jury during closing arguments Wednesday that they “don’t have to approve of anything” the victim, a drug dealer, did.
The commute to, from and through Waimea will be more difficult in the coming months.
A Hilo grand jury indicted a man identified in court documents as the owner of Lemongrass Restaurant in Keaau for allegedly sexually assaulting an employee.
KAILUA-KONA A 43-count indictment was handed down by a Kona grand jury against a man accused of an islandwide crime spree last month.
The Hawaii County Council is fixing a glitch in a law that allows the county to haul abandoned vehicles from county property, but not state or federal property.
The state Department of Land and Natural Resources is investigating how the occupation of Maunakea Access Road might be harming a rare native Hawaiian plant and several other endangered species.
HONOLULU Native Hawaiian opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope plan to protest outside the California home of one of the observatorys major backers.
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