Police are investigating an apparent drowning of a 32-year-old Mountain View man.
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HONOLULU — Hawaii reported nearly 1,700 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, a record high, but said the count included a backlog from one lab.
As the number of COVID-19 cases soars, Big Island organizations are working to get more homeless people vaccinated.
American Red Cross volunteers from the Big Island are deploying to California to assist victims of multiple ongoing wildfires that have scorched hundreds of thousands of acres, destroyed 2,000 structures and forced thousands to evacuate.
Population shifts across the island could mean big changes to County Council districts next year, with West Hawaii population increases likely to outweigh population changes in most of East Hawaii.
Late Monday afternoon, earthquake activity picked up at Kilauea’s summit. At about 1:30 a.m. HST on Tuesday, that activity intensified, and it became clear that seismicity and increasing deformation were indicating a new intrusion of magma. The seismicity extended southward from Halema‘uma‘u crater, to an area south of the Kilauea caldera.
Paolo Piro just started riding a unicycle a year and a half ago and now has an ambitious plan that will have him circling the Big Island to raise money for children’s cancer research.
State Rep. Richard Onishi and Hawaii County Councilwoman Sue Lee Loy last week announced the release of state funds for improvements to Waiakea-Uka Park.
A Waimea hospital is warning Big Islanders to not use products containing the anti-parasitic medication ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19.
A record number of new COVID-19 cases were reported Friday across the state and on Hawaii Island.
Preliminary hearings have been set for a man and woman facing an array of traffic, property crimes and drug offenses stemming from an incident early Tuesday in Holualoa.
County parks and recreational facilities will remain open under a new emergency rule approved this week, county leaders announced Friday, but with additional restrictions.
HONOLULU — The state Senate on Friday voted to approve Gov. David Ige’s nomination of Native Hawaiian attorney Sonja McCullen to serve on the Intermediate Court of Appeals.