Nearly 100 apply for Phase 2 of buyout program for lava-inundated properties.
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A County Council panel on Wednesday advanced a measure to ban the use of glyphosate-based herbicides at Hawaii County Parks and Recreation facilities.
Dozens of people have applied for Hawaii County to buy their lava-inundated properties since the beginning of the month.
A Keaau woman whose family were big winners on “Family Feud” called their participation in the popular syndicated TV game show “definitely an experience I’ll never forget.”
By KELSEY WALLING
HONOLULU — A grand jury on Wednesday indicted a Hawaii couple for the murder of their 6-year-old adopted daughter they reported missing.
HONOLULU — There will be no mention of the “opioid epidemic” at a trial against the pain physician brother of a former Hawaii prosecutor imprisoned in a corruption case that also took down her former police chief husband.
Hawaii County should be able to work through a massive backlog of building permit applications by the second quarter of next year, county officials said Tuesday.
Trailers could be allowed at certain county transfer stations as early as March of next year.
“If you enjoy the outdoors and you enjoy nature, this is the job for you.”
Gov. David Ige has released $365 million in capital improvement funds for Big Island and statewide projects:
HONOLULU — Hawaii ranks last in the nation for the early diagnosis of lung cancer, according to a new study from the American Lung Association.
HONOLULU — A woman found guilty of stabbing her Marine husband to death during an argument in their Hawaii home has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park in Kona reports the Hale Hookipa Visitor Contact Station, its parking lot and the main trail from Hale Hookipa to the Honokhau shoreline will be closed Wednesday morning between 6-11 a.m..
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