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Jury trial for a woman accused of murder in the 2017 death of a 3-year-old Waimea boy has been continued again.
One long-closed beach park on the Hamakua coast could reopen by March, while another will remain closed indefinitely.
An officer whose diligent investigative work led to the recovery of a handgun brought by a student to Kealakehe High School was honored Wednesday as Februarys Officer of the Month.
Big Island detectives have charged a 32-year-old Puna man for several offenses stemming from a domestic-related incident that occurred in Puna on Tuesday.
Responders are working to remove potential pollutants from the 63-foot fishing vessel, Midway Island, currently aground off Hilo.
HONOLULU A pilot who was flying a sightseeing helicopter that crashed in Hawaii in December had his license revoked for marijuana use in 2010.
HONOLULU Officials in Honolulu say the second set of human remains found inside a burnt-out home near Waikiki where two police officers were shot and killed last month belong to the suspected killer.
HONOLULU A Maui man convicted of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend has filed an opening brief in an appeal of the case.
Macys announced Tuesday plans to shutter dozens more stores in the coming years, but its not yet known if any additional Hawaii locations are on the chopping block.
WAILUKU Hawaii lawmakers have proposed a state purchase of a watershed in the West Maui Mountains to help preserve the areas native plants, endangered species and drinking water.
HONOLULU A sick Hawaiian monk seal under the care of wildlife scientists is suffering from a parasitic infection often spread via feral cat feces, officials said.