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Students throughout Hawaii now have the chance to name one of two cameras headed to the moon.
HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige said Tuesday that the state has agreed to pay $328 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by 2,700 Native Hawaiians who languished on a waitlist to receive homestead leases and suffered other harms from the mismanagement of the Hawaiian homes program.
Feds to pick up case against Kona woman accused of possessing 2,700 fentanyl pills, more than 1.7 pounds of meth
A 44-year-old Kona woman reportedly nabbed with over a pound of methamphatemine, thousands of fentanyl pills, heroin and firearms will see her case tried in federal court.
HONOLULU — Hawaii doctors, like physicians elsewhere in the U.S., have been prescribing antiviral pills to COVID-19 patients with mild-to-moderate symptoms of the disease. But only those at high risk of developing severe illness are eligible to receive the drugs.
Graduating Konawaena High School seniors got a first-hand look at the Keahuolu Courthouse Friday morning as the young adults prepare to end the real world after graduating next month.
Landlords and other property managers would be allowed to question the validity of assistance animals under a new bill passed by the state House and Senate on April 21. This would include therapy, comfort and other emotional support animals.
A potential $300 tax rebate for most Hawaii taxpayers faces one final hurdle in the state Legislature.
HONOLULU — Out-of-state visitors will soon need reservations to visit one of Hawaii’s most recognizable natural sites.
A 48-year-old Hilo man is facing negligent injury, drunken driving and drug offenses following a Thursday crash that left a motorcyclist critically injured.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s help in piecing together a traffic incident that left a moped driver critically injured early Sunday on Kuakini Highway, south of Sea View Circle, in Kailua-Kona.
‘Hilo is a second home to me’: Overall Merrie Monarch Festival winner has strong ties to the Big Island
The overall winner at the 59th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival hula competition is from Kauai, but the halau has roots in Hilo.
Police have arrested and booked a 35-year-old Kurtistown man on suspicion of second-degree murder after the discovery of a badly burned body within a vehicle in Puna.
Approximately one in three homeless individuals on Hawaii Island is considered chronically homeless, according to details gleaned from this year’s Point-In-Time Count.
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