The Hawaii Police Department is investigating the theft of an electronic shopping cart from a large retail store in Kailua-Kona.
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The Hawaii Police Department is investigating the theft of an electronic shopping cart Saturday afternoon from a large retail store in Kailua-Kona.
Two men from the mainland are being held on suspicion of manslaughter following the death of a 30-year-old man at a Kailua-Kona vacation rental.
Higa implicated in fraud case: Na Leo TV president to be placed on leave following federal plea deal
The board of directors for Na Leo ‘O Hawaii TV is putting Stacy Higa, its CEO and president, on leave after a former associate alleged in federal court he and Higa were involved in a scheme to fraudulently funnel federal coronavirus relief funds to the Big Island public-access cable TV nonprofit.
The president and CEO of Na Leo ‘O Hawaii public access television will be placed on a leave of absence after allegations were made against him in a federal plea agreement by a former associate.
Vaccinating a village: 120 residents of the Miloliʻi Fishing Village receive Johnson & Johnson vaccine
It takes a village. When it comes to beating COVID, the Miloli‘i Fishing Village in South Kona took a big step forward on Saturday. Aided by partnerships from around the Big Island – including Bay Clinic, Community First, Pa‘a Pono Miloli‘i, Hui Malama Ola Na O‘iwi and the offices of U.S. Rep. Kai Kahele and Lt. Gov. Josh Green – the village has set the template for how to conduct a mass vaccination clinic in Hawaii’s most isolated communities.
A state moratorium on rent-based evictions is scheduled to end in three weeks, but nobody seems sure what will happen after that.
It’s all still a waiting game as Mayor Mitch Roth works on his proposed budget, with the county awaiting word from the state and the state awaiting word from the federal government before anticipated revenues become more solid.
Hilo’s existing tsunami evacuation zones are not sufficient to respond to a hypothetical megatsunami, according to a University of Hawaii researcher.
A year after the stay-at-home order was put in to effect to alleviate the spread of COVID-19 in Hawaii, life looks much different for many people in Hilo.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to downlist the ae‘o, or Hawaiian stilt, from endangered to threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
A Hawaiian Airlines executive said Friday that people should be allowed to travel freely from island to island now that new COVID-19 cases are low.