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A 44-year-old Hilo woman who was free on court-supervised release without monetary bail for two prior burglaries was arrested Friday for a third burglary.
A bill is advancing in the state Senate that would require sellers or providers of “emotional support animals” to issue a written disclaimer that an emotional support animal isn’t a service animal under the law.
HONOLULU — A building planner in the Honolulu planning department pleaded guilty Monday to an indictment accusing him and others of taking bribes in exchange for expediting the approval of building permit applications.
Kona Brewing Co. marked the official opening of its new, state-of-the-art brewery Monday in Kailua-Kona.
Hulihe‘e Palace came alive Saturday celebrating one of the palace’s most beloved royal residents on her 196th birthday, Princess Ruth Ke‘elikolani.
The Big Island has a long way to go before all its vehicles are fully electric.
Several bills have been introduced in the state Legislature this year to stimulate the adoption of electric and zero-emission vehicles and the development of electric and zero-emission vehicle infrastructure.
Acting Human Resources Director Waylen Leopoldino was awarded the permanent position on Friday, eight months after he assumed the acting role when the former director retired.
HONOLULU — U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met his Japanese and South Korean counterparts Saturday on Oahu to discuss the threat posed by nuclear-armed North Korea after Pyongyang began the year with a series of missile tests.
Charging tourists to visit county beach parks and the zoo is being considered as a potential way to help pay for facilities, Mayor Mitch Roth said.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s U.S. Reps. Ed Case and Kaiali’i Kahele said Friday they have introduced legislation to permanently shut down the U.S. Navy’s fuel storage facility near Pearl Harbor.
Supportive testimony by a wide swath of individuals from resort operators to labor unions and tourism promoters to front-line workers who sleep in their cars because of a lack of housing wasn’t enough to win approval Tuesday from a County Council panel on a plan to convert half of a Waikoloa Beach Resort golf course to timeshare units.
HONOLULU — A Honolulu woman who pleaded guilty to taking classified documents while working at the U.S. Embassy in Manila was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail.
A man spotted on security cameras scaling a wall at Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport, breaching a “sterile area,” Wednesday evening prompted more than 1,000 passengers to be re-screened.