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HONOLULU The Navy and Marine Corps are conducting a broad review of security measures in the face of insider threats, following three violent incidents at Navy bases since Thanksgiving, including the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard fatal shootings on Dec. 4.
KAILUA-KONA A South Kona man whose flight from police resulted in a traffic crash that killed a 22-year-old woman in Ohio faces prison time when sentenced next week.
The following letter was written today by Mayor Harry Kim to Dr. Noe Noe Wong-Wilson, Mauna Kupuna, regarding the Maunakea Access Road standoff.
KAILUA-KONA In 1986, Kawehi Inaba was working as a ticket agent at Aloha Airlines. Shortly after boarding passengers onto a Boeing 737 bound for Oahu, she had an intuitive thought – I want to fly that, I want to become a pilot.
HONOLULU A former Hawaii governor on Monday called for long-shot presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard to resign from Congress after she voted present on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
Assistant chief: Increased police presence on Daniel K. Inouye Highway put department $3M over budget
KAILUA-KONA Nakamaru Hale, Hospice of Konas residential home in Holualoa, is temporarily closed with plans to reopen in the new year.
HILO The 32-year-old suspect in an arson last month of a vacation rental home in the Volcano Golf and Country Club subdivision in Volcano appeared in court Monday for that and several unrelated offenses.
HILO Although the Maunakea Access Road has reopened, some tour companies have decided to wait and see what happens this week before resuming summit tours.
HILO Hamakua Councilwoman Valerie Poindexter said Monday she plans to move to Roanoke, Virginia, with her family, but she will finish her council term first.