After two years of closure, the Pacific Tsunami Museum reopens in Hilo.
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HONOLULU — A Hawaii commission formed after two former lawmakers were arrested in connection with taking bribes on Thursday recommended boosting the state attorney general’s capacity to prosecute white collar crime and public corruption.
A pair of brush fires that sparked Wednesday afternoon south of Waimea appear to have been ignited by lightning.
Hawaii County has recently implemented the use of electronic search warrants — also known as “e-warrants” — to expedite the process to secure a warrant to draw a suspect’s blood in DUI, negligent homicide and negligent injury cases, Prosecutor Kelden Waltjen said in a Thursday statement.
Actor Ezra Miller, who played The Flash in “Justice League,” allegedly has not returned a Hilo man’s wallet after reportedly stealing it earlier this week.
HONOLULU — A man accused with his wife of trafficking a mother and teenaged girl to Hawaii from Guam pleaded not guilty Thursday.
HONOLULU — Mirroring much of the U.S. and the world, Hawaii is seeing an uptick in the more transmissible BA.2 omicron variant.
Producer responsibility bill hanging on in the Legislature: Bill seeks to reduce packaging waste in landfills
A bill paving the way to make producers of certain goods take greater responsibility for their packaging waste has cleared the state House and is making progress in the Senate.
KAILUA, Oahu — A Ukrainian family who came to Hawaii for a long-awaited vacation ended up watching from the islands in shock as bombs started dropping on their country. Now, more than a month later, they remain stranded on Oahu without access to their house, money, family or friends.
Gov. David Ige signed a bill into law Monday that prosecutors and police hope will reduce the number of court cases thrown out for technical reasons.
HONOLULU — The late Native Hawaiian hula teacher Edith Kanaka’ole is among five women who will be individually featured on a U.S. quarter next year as part of a program that depicts notable women on the flip side of the coin.
A new Hilo home for the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory is slowly getting closer to reality.
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