Judge to decide verdict in bench trial despite previously representing defendant.
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A Kona Circuit Court judge will still render a verdict in a bench trial despite previously representing the defendant as a defense attorney.
Ige ‘open’ to Maunakea bill: Inouye, Acasio vote against measure to remove UH as manager of summit area
Gov. David Ige indicated Wednesday he may support legislation to remove the University of Hawaii as manager of the Maunakea summit area.
A deadlocked County Council on Wednesday put the brakes on any relief from the county gas tax this year, even after the measure’s sponsor tried to make the plan more palatable by adding a deadline limiting the 10-cent per gallon discount to eight months.
The state Land Use Commission’s denial of an application by Connections New Century Public Charter School for a special use permit to build a campus in Hilo on about 70 acres of state land zoned for agriculture is being appealed.
‘This day means a lot’: Kealakehe High School JROTC students take field trip to historic Aimakapa Fishpond
Students enrolled in the JROTC Kealakehe High School took a field trip Wednesday morning to help park rangers, Americorps, and others cleanup the to the historic Aimakapa Fishpond.
Hawaii lawmakers passed legislation Tuesday that would hike the state’s minimum wage to $18 an hour by 2028, potentially the highest in the nation.
There will be no property tax credit for homeowners this year, and in fact, there’s very little chance property owners in any tax category will see their tax bills go down, following advice Tuesday from the county Corporation Counsel and Finance Department director.
A Taiwanese research institute has withdrawn its request to use land in Wood Valley to build a satellite receiver array.
Hundreds of acres in North Kohala, rich in cultural sites and once slated for development, have been approved for purchase to be preserved and protected.
Three final candidates for the Department of Education state superintendent position have been selected: Darrel Galera, Keith Hayashi and Caprice Young.
A former building inspector trainee is suing the county Department of Public Works, saying she was discriminated against and unlawfully terminated in retaliation after she reported what she saw as wrongdoing in the department.
Hilo surgery center is in jeopardy of closing: Owners allege hospital is discouraging doctors from using the facility
Hilo’s only outpatient general surgical center could be in danger of closing its doors.