A former Hilo mortician convicted in 2013 for a near-fatal hammer attack has died in prison.
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A former Hilo mortician convicted in 2013 of a near-fatal hammer attack on a Hilo coin dealer has died in prison.
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The state Department of Health today reported 129 new cases of coronavirus statewide, with five on Hawaii Island.
A 64-year-old Hilo man who was the leader of a group that planted the “kanaka garden” earlier this month at Wailoa River State Recreation Area in Hilo was arrested Sunday morning after entering the closed Iolani Palace grounds in Honolulu.
The most distant quasar known has been discovered.
A plan to develop a 36-unit housing complex, some units classified affordable, along with eight commercial lots in Waikoloa Village will be taken up by the County Council Planning Committee on Tuesday after a negative recommendation from the Leeward Planning Commission and the Planning Department under the prior administration.
Instead of lamenting their jobs selling timeshares lost when the pandemic shut down tourism, Edward Blum and Jared Dufault decided to open their own business.
Hawaii law enforcement officials are on watch following an FBI warning that extremists who support President Donald Trump could stage armed protests in Washington, D.C., and in all 50 state capitals when President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated Wednesday.
The state Supreme Court on Thursday denied Honua Ola Bioenergy’s request to order the Public Utilities Commission to reconsider its denial of a requested waiver of the competitive bidding process used in the sale of electricity.
“It was a rough week, with some bumps and turns, but they say I’m getting better, and that’s a good thing.”