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The 43-year-old Washington man arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the Tuesday night death of his wife at Anaehoomalu Bay has been released from police custody.
HONOLULU Family members used to describe Lori Vallow as an attentive mother who had her kids best interests at heart.
HONOLULU Democratic Party of Hawaii members can use mail-in ballots to select their choice for presidential nominee this year to avoid the long lines of past party caucuses.
Two Kona men were cited Thursday for illegal harvesting of aquarium fish offshore of Kawaihae, the Department of Land and Natural Resources announced Friday afternoon.
A one-way traffic pattern is expected to be implemented along Kalanianaole Avenue between Silva Street and Kanoelehua Avenue next month as part of ongoing roadwork in Keaukaha.
Big Island adventurer Kawika Singson made an explosive discovery this week.
Four individuals on the Big Island are now self-monitoring for COVID-19, the newly identified coronavirus that has infected thousands in China and elsewhere in the world.
Police have released a man they arrested Wednesday on suspicion of killing his wife.
Police say a hit-and-run collision occurred involving a car and a motorcycle during peak morning traffic hours this morning in Puna.
After more than a year of closure, the Thurston Lava Tube in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is once again open for visitors today.
A Seattle-based Google manager remained behind bars Thursday as the murder investigation into the death of his 41-year-old wife at Anaehoomalu Bay continued.
Two telescopes on Maunakea scheduled for decommissioning are expected to be removed from the summit by 2023.
All four former employees of a Hilo physician raided by authorities in October 2018 for over-prescription and illegal distribution of opioid painkillers and other narcotics have been sentenced on drug trafficking charges.
In response to recent Coronavirus developments, representatives of the state Judiciary have been working directly with the Department of Health about appropriate precautionary measures, according to a Judiciary statement on Thursday.
A Hilo grand jury returned indictments Wednesday against two men accused of felonies in unrelated cases.
HONOLULU The mother of two Idaho children missing since September was arrested Thursday on Kauai.
The County Department of Parks and Recreation said in a statement Wednesday that Kuhio Kalanianaole Park is closed because of continued work on the Kalanianaole Avenue project.
The 3rd Circuit Court is seeking applications for independent grand jury counsel for Hilo and Kona.
During the week of Feb. 10-16, Hawaii Island police arrested 22 motorists for DUI. Two of the drivers were involved in a traffic accident. One was younger 21.
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