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HONOLULU — A new species of fish has been discovered during a research study funded by the National Science Foundation and University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program that focused on deepwater snappers.
The Hawaii County Office of the Prosecuting Attorney kicked off National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Monday in Kailua-Kona.
HONOLULU — The family of a 5-year-old boy who drowned during a kayaking excursion has reached a $7.2 milliom settlement in a lawsuit against the private school that operated the spring break program.
Kona Councilwoman Rebecca Villegas is trying to get the ball rolling on purchases from the $18.4 million sitting in the county’s dedicated open space fund and she’s sponsored four resolutions to be considered Tuesday by the council Finance Committee.
HONOLULU — The Office of Hawaiian Affairs has advanced its pledge to develop 30 acres of underutilized and mostly waterfront land in the state despite pushback from the community, the Legislature and a law that prevents residential development.
WASHINGTON — Half of all adults in the U.S. have received at least one COVID-19 shot, the government announced Sunday, marking another milestone in the nation’s largest-ever vaccination campaign but leaving more work to do to convince skeptical Americans to roll up their sleeves.
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.
HONOLULU — A 24-year-old Hawaii program that has helped tourists following traumatic events has said it may have to close.
‘A step in the right direction’: State floats temporary night closure of Kailua Pier to address homelessness, illegal activities
A temporary closure of the Kailua Pier is being floated as a means to address homelessness and illegal activities taking place at the public facility.
The Big Island’s COVID-19 case count reached 2,632 with 11 new cases reported by state health officials on Saturday.
The Hawaii Supreme Court on Friday terminated a case which led to an order requiring the state’s correctional facilities to release certain inmates because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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 its door Friday after contract holder Dug Miller could not extend his lease with the shopping center’s management.
Doug Simons said when he assumes his post as director of the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy on Sept. 1, a great deal of his focus will be on the renewal of UH’s master lease for the Maunakea Science Reserve.