Documents describe “harrowing” shotgun confrontation between suspect and police.
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HONOLULU — Honolulu’s bikeshare service stopped losing money after tourists returned in large numbers this summer.
Hawaii Island’s COVID-19 case count reached 10,289 Wednesday with 34 new COVID-19 cases reported by state health officials. Two new coronavirus-related deaths were also reported.
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WAILUKU — A police captain from Nevada has been selected to be chief of a police force in Hawaii.
A red flag warning has been posted for leeward areas of the Big Island through Thursday afternoon due to the threat of extreme fire conditions.
Two Maui residents, a father and his son, are charged with the take and possession of a green sea turtle, a protected species, after being spotted by a DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement officer on routine patrol.
An audit of contract change orders, property tax revenues, countywide inventory controls and performance of the Fire Department are among 13 projects slated this year by the county’s new auditor.
The use of trailers may be allowed again soon at certain Big Island transfer stations.
Students at Kona Pacific Public Charter School learned about the Hawaiian legend of Makoa while participating in a virtual 5K race last month.