Five HCCC inmates granted early release following coronavirus outbreak.
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Nearly a dozen inmates at the Hawaii Community Correctional Center have filed motions for early release amid an ongoing COVID-19 outbreak at the Hilo jail.
The federal government is transferring 80 acres on Oahu, with the potential to provide homesteads for 200 to 400 Native Hawaiian families, to the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, top Biden administration executives announced Monday.
Hawaii County is moving forward with a nearly $1 million improvement project at Laaloa Bay Beach Park in Kailua-Kona.
A 36-year-old Mountain View man allegedly broke into a Hawaiian Paradise Park home to retrieve his girlfriend, stabbed a resident, and violent abducted the woman, according to court documents filed by police.
A 25-year-old Hilo woman stabbed repeatedly Thursday, allegedly by her ex-boyfriend, suffered a lacerated kidney, lacerated liver, a fractured rib and thoracic injuries, according to court documents filed by police.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Aupito William Sio recalled the terrifying day during his childhood when police officers holding German shepherd dogs turned up at his family home before dawn and shined flashlights into their faces while his father stood there helpless.
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii bankruptcies dropped to their lowest level for the month of May in 15 years as the economy claws out of a coronavirus pandemic-induced slowdown.
Police say a 52-year-old visitor from California apparently drowned Sunday in waters off South Kohala.
A Hilo man was killed in a shootout with Hawaii police officers at a Hilo residence Sunday evening.
The Hawaii Department of Health held its second COVID-19 vaccine clinic Saturday at Kealakehe Intermediate School, with the majority of participants receiving their second dose.
If you’ve been to the dentist in Hilo, you’ve likely met Dr. Patsy Fujimoto.
The Hawaii County Council will discuss how to better handle the county’s plastic waste, although it is unclear what effect it can actually have.
Plans to open a youth center in Keaau have been pushed back yet again, with the facility now expected to open to the public in 2026.
A Hilo mother of two is in “serious but stable condition” after being stabbed seven times at a residence Thursday morning.
The Big Island is moving into 2018. The 2018 international building code, that is.
Hawaii’s high unemployment rate may have left it unprepared for the coming flood of tourists as the pandemic lessens, tourism industry representatives said Friday.
After a year of struggle, Volcano will welcome travelers’ return to Hawaii with the second Experience Volcano Festival in August.
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