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Police have charged a 33-year-old Mountain View man with robbery and other offenses stemming from an incident at a business in Pahoa village late Sunday morning.
Police are seeking the publics assistance in locating a 28-year-old man wanted for questioning in connection to a theft that occurred Jan. 2 in Hilo.
KAILUA-KONA At least $8 million will be needed to repair Kawaihae Harbor-North after the state facility was heavily damaged amid high surf at the turn of the year.
The association of homeowners at the Mauna Kea Resort is appealing the countys approval of a subdivision without requiring a shoreline survey and other elements of a special management area.
A series of public informational meetings about the countys solid waste woes that were to be held this week have been postponed.
Gov. David Ige on Monday approved a controversial series of administrative rules governing the University of Hawaiis Maunakea land management practices.
Big Island Dairy has met all of the state Department of Healths enforcement actions to address the dairys water pollution violations that began two years ago, the DOH announced Monday.
An update to the states strategic response plan for rapid ohia death requests more than $4 million in funding each year for five years.
The torrential rainfall that pounded East Hawaii has eased, but that doesnt mean the precipitation has stopped completely.
In the five months since Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii, or PATH, launched its bike-share program in Hilo, more than 2,700 people have used the bright blue bicycles for trips around town.
HONOLULU (AP) Residents near a planned affordable housing project in Hawaii filed a lawsuit to prevent construction of the apartment complex.
A fire severely damaged an unoccupied home on 15th Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park Friday afternoon.
Hilo Medical Center has welcomed a new oncologist as it works to develop a more comprehensive cancer program.
Multiple public meetings planned around the Big Island this month will introduce the results of a risk assessment conducted for a required update of the countys multi-hazard mitigation plan.
Hawaii Fire Department personnel came to the rescue of a 72-year-old woman whose school bus stalled early this morning after she attempted to cross a flooded Highway 11 at Kawa Flats in Kau.
Police are seeking Manuel J. Subica of Keaau, who is wanted on multiple warrants for his arrest, including a bench warrant for second-degree assault, domestic abuse of a minor younger than 14, third-degree criminal property damage, violating a protective order and two counts of terroristic threatening.
The decommissioning process for one of five Maunakea telescopes to be removed in the coming decade remains on schedule after the approval last month of several environmental assessments.
Officials from the state Departments of Public Safety and Accounting and General Services came to Hilo Thursday night to brief the public about the planned new housing module at Hawaii Community Correctional Centers Punahele Street site.
Researchers are headed to the moon and beyond without leaving the Big Island.
HONOLULU (AP) The Hawaii Air National Guard will start selecting candidates in April for one of four space control squadrons in the country in the Air National Guard, military officials said.
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