The Office of the Prosecuting Attorney marks National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.
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The Hawaii County Office of the Prosecuting Attorney kicked off National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Monday in Kailua-Kona.
Gov. David Ige announced on Monday the release of $278 million in capital improvement funds in March for statewide infrastructure projects.
A judge on Friday reduced bail despite the objection of the prosecution for a 46-year-old Volcano man accused of sexually assaulting a 57-year-old Volcano woman in her front yard in the early morning of April 11.
By JOHN BURNETT
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and Japan Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga showcased the alliance between their two countries as well as their shared resolve in dealing with China as they met at the White House on Friday in Biden’s first face-to-face talks with a foreign leader as president.
The Hilo grand jury has indicted a 47-year-old Pahoa man for numerous drug and firearm offenses and felony domestic abuse.
The Post Office at Keauhou Shopping Center closed it’s door Friday after contract holder Dug Miller could not extend his lease with the shopping center’s management.
The Hawaii Supreme Court today terminated a case which led to an order requiring the state’s correctional facilities to release certain inmates because of the coronavirus pandemic.