Police say a 35-year-old Hilo man allegedly stabbed his girlfriend with a glass smoking pipe.
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A judge on Monday declined to lower the bail or release a 35-year-old Hilo man facing felony assault and related charges for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend with a glass smoking pipe.
More students could soon return to public schools across Hawaii as the state Department of Education works to bring additional keiki to campus for in-person instruction.
A judge has denied a bail reduction or release without bail for a 39-year-old Kona man who was arrested Thursday in Puna for numerous firearms and drug offenses.
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii Gov. David Ige has again decided not to approve funds that would have allowed the all-volunteer Hawaii Correctional Systems Oversight Commission hire paid staff members.
HONOLULU — Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Tuesday signed legislation temporarily reducing the unemployment insurance tax rate employers must pay for their workers.
Jeffrey “Jeff” Barauis Bailado, 62, of Ocean View died Feb. 16 at Kona Community Hospital. Born in Hilo, he was a retired airport maintenance man. Services at a later date. Survived by brothers, Emelio (Goody) Bailado of Germany, Darryl (Mercy) Bailado of Wahiawa, Oahu and Curtis Bailado of Ocean View; sisters, Laveinia (Harry) Respicio of Hilo and Sorania (Eugene) Miller of Ocean View; brother-in-law, Jim Stockman of Reno, Nev.; nieces, nephews and cousins. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
More than 67,000 COVID-19 vaccines will arrive in Hawaii this week, including 11,900 doses of a newly approved inoculation from Johnson & Johnson.
Roth releases ‘bare bones’ budget: Mayor’s first budget plan reflects cutbacks, uncertainty at Legislature
Faced with uncertainty and cutbacks at the state level, Mayor Mitch Roth on Monday released the first proposed budget of his term, described by staff as a “bare bones” plan as the county grapples with the fiscal aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
Although the board of the Department of Land and Natural Resources discussed three options last week for restoring commercial ocean access in Puna, locals and lawmakers agree that there is only one option that makes sense.
After a wet weekend in East Hawaii, there might be a bit of a reprieve starting today, but it likely won’t last long, according to the National Weather Service.
The East Hawaii Cultural Center plans to fence its property after items were stolen from the nonprofit during a Feb. 14 burglary.
Five bills related to marijuana remain alive in the state Legislature and will be heard in committee this week.
Bartolome Pasion Maneja, 83, of Keaau died Feb. 11 at Hale Anuenue Restorative Care Center. Born in Dingas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, he was a retired plant propagator for the Bureau of Plant Industry in the Philippines, worked for Aloha Welding Shop, McConnell Orchid Nursery and Pacific Floral Resources and was a bible student of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Visitation 5-6 p.m. Friday, March 12, at Dodo Mortuary Chapel. Service at 6 p.m. Visitation again 9-10 a.m. Saturday, March 13 at Dodo Mortuary Chapel. Funeral service at 10 a.m. Burial to follow at Alae Cemetery (Section K). Face masks and social distancing required. Survived by wife, Filomena Bautista Maneja of Keaau; children, Nerie (Orlino) Padamanda, Marlon (Maryanne) Maneja, Denis (Jocelyn) Maneja, Marivic (Joel) Hernandez and Aldrin (Dolly) Maneja from Hawaii, Ernesto (Odette) Maneja of Philippines and Merlyn (Sandre) Adanzo of California; step-son, Greg (Gladys) Dayrit of New Zealand; brothers, Juanito Maneja of Philippines and Rodrigo (Norma) Maneja of California; sister, Virginia Cruz of California; 20 grandchildren and one great-grandchild; cousins, nephews and nieces. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
A man accused of a shoplifting spree late last month in Hilo faces enhanced charges because of the declared emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Beginning today, the Hawaii Island Humane Society is restarting its field trip program for the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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