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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 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.
Fifty-six Hawaii residents, including four on the Big Island, are self-monitoring for COVID-19, the newly identified coronavirus, state officials announced Friday afternoon.
Big Island police Friday afternoon released a 43-year-old Washington man who had been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of his wife Tuesday night at Anahoomalu Bay.
HONOLULU Oahu experienced its hottest year on record in 2019, according tofederal officials and municipal authorities.
HONOLULU The Honolulu City Council has approved a plan to relocate the Oahu Community Correctional Center.
Kona Community Hospital unveiled its newly remodeled state-of-the-art operating rooms Thursday morning.
HONOLULU As Hawaii Countys mayor seeks to delay construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope for two months or longer, state lawmakers have approved cuts in law enforcement operations to deal with events such as the demonstrations that blocked access to the telescope.
WAILUKU A paddleboarder earned the Maui Police departments highest civilian honor for fighting off an attack by a tiger shark to protect members of a tour group he was leading.
The Hawaii County Council isnt ready to put taxpayers on the hook for disciplinary actions Fire Chief Darren Rosario took in 2014 that are now the subject of a lawsuit.
Gov. David Ige said he wants Hawaii to be a beta-tester for kits that can screen for COVID-19, the newly identified coronavirus that has infected thousands in China and elsewhere in the world.