The remains of a U.S. Navy sailor killed at Pearl Harbor on 07 December 1942 have been identified.
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STOCKTON, Calif. — The remains of a U.S. Navy sailor from California who was killed in the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced Friday.
A remarkable discovery on Wednesday is providing a morale boast and hope to the dozens of experts working to save kiwikiu from extinction. One bird, released into the Nakula Natural Area Reserve (NAR) on the leeward slopes of Haleakala, was found alive and well, after being thought dead for 605 days, the Department of Land and Natural Resources said.
A group of young athletes put on a show for spectators Friday afternoon on the volleyball court at Coconut Grove Marketplace. Konawaena volleyball coach Ainsley Keawekane put the athletes through a series of drills at a youth volleyball clinic, one of various clinics run daily throughout the summer. In addition to the youth clinics, the Keauhou Volleyball Association puts on handful of tournaments at Coconut Grove Marketplace; on the schedule for next weekend are the Queens of the Court and Kings of the Court tournaments, set to begin at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday evening. (Photos by Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)
Hawaii Island police are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying a man who is being sought for questioning in connection with a stolen moped and other property crimes occurring in the Ocean View area of Ka‘u. His image was captured on video surveillance.
A mosaic project is filling empty spaces with color in a downtown Hilo park.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources on Friday announced a temporary closure of the Kailua Pier beginning on Wednesday July 28, daily from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. During the closure, entering the pier will be prohibited. People violating the closure can be cited, fined, or arrested.
HONOLULU — With less than two weeks before the start of a new school year, Hawaii’s Department of Education has posted a list of about 100 schools that will offer distance learning.
Thirteen public schools on the Big Island were found to have elevated levels of lead in their tap water, state agencies announced Thursday.
The Hawaii Supreme Court will hear arguments next month over whether the county overstepped its bounds by requesting neighbor islands’ police forces to assist in responding to the 2019 Thirty Meter Telescope protest.
A 37-year-old Waimea man is facing a handful of charges, including three counts of assault of a police officer, after threatening two women in South Kohala earlier this week.
Owners of a 4-acre North Kona parcel will have to wait a little longer before they’ll know whether the County Council will give them permission to rezone it from agriculture to urban and subdivide it into six residential lots.
Although the Maunakea Visitor Information Station reopened last week after a year of COVID-related closure, a proposed shuttle service to the popular destination will not happen anytime soon.
Fifty new COVID-19 cases were reported on the Big Island Thursday, sending the island’s total case count to 3,558.
HONOLULU — With less than two weeks before the start ofew school year, the state Department of Education has posteda list of about 100 schools that will offer distance learning.
Some 15,000 Hawaii residents could lose unemployment benefits when federal unemployment programs end Sept. 6.
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