Already comfortable as an outlier in her party, Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Hawaii Democrat, did not support the impeachment of President Donald Trump, voting “present” Wednesday on two articles that cleared the House.
A program aimed at keeping frequent 911 callers in their homes and out of the emergency room received a shot in the arm Wednesday, with a $125,000 grant from the West Hawaii Community Health Center to the Hawaii Fire Department.
A 21-year-old Mountain View man police say was the driver of a Honda Civic that an officer fired a shot at on Nov. 19 in Glenwood has waived his right to the remainder of a preliminary hearing that started last week.
HONOLULU — A defense bill passed by the U.S. Senate on Tuesday seeks to prevent local government agencies from mistakenly warning residents of a ballistic missile attack the way Hawaii did nearly two years ago.
William “Will” Ing, the retired Hawaii Tribune-Herald photographer who took the newspaper’s images from the darkroom to the digital age, died Monday of lung cancer at his home in Hot Springs, S.D. He was 75.
Police say the medical examiner has rendered his findings in the autopsy performed on a 4-year-old girl who died following an incident at a home in the Hawaiian Beaches subdivision in Pahoa on Nov. 27.
KAILUA-KONA Attempted murder and other charges were dropped against a Kailua-Kona man accused of assaulting a Big Island police officer earlier this year in what prosecutors called a racially motivated attack.
Gov. David Ige said Monday that the state has “spent about $15 million in trying to provide safe and secure access for Maunakea” as the blockade of Maunakea Access Road by protesters of the Thirty Meter Telescope project has entered its sixth month.