State Board of Education chooses Hayashi as schools superintendent.
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HONOLULU — The state Board of Education has selected the former principal of Waipahu High School to be the next superintendent of the state’s public schools.
Big Island police have reclassified the investigation into the death of a 63-year-old Kona man as murder.
HONOLULU — Three indicted former Honolulu officials will be tried by a jury on allegations they conspired to hide the source of public funds used to get a police chief to retire during a corruption investigation.
A verdict was rendered Wednesday for 48-year-old South Kona man charged with first-degree unlawful imprisonment and persistent nonsupport in connection to allegations of keeping a minor under the age of 16 chained to a floor after an April bench trial.
Mental health professionals at Kaiser Permanente began a three-day strike Wednesday, taking to the street to picket in Kailua-Kona.
Affordable housing measures pass, fail: Council approves new programs, but not charter amendment to pay for them
A bill adding eligible programs for county housing funds was passed on final reading Wednesday by the County Council, but a companion measure proposing a charter amendment to lock in funding was shot down by a council majority.
Police officers, dignitaries and community members gathered Wednesday in Kailua-Kona to honor the Big Island’s fallen law enforcement officers amid National Police Week.
Nearly five dozen Kaiser Permanente mental health professionals across Hawaii plan to strike this week.
A bill capping property assessments could lead to an unfair balance between East Hawaii and West Hawaii, administration officials warned the County Council Finance Committee as a bill aiming to put a 15% ceiling on most commercial classes of property was postponed for the second time.
Hawaii County police on Tuesday confirmed the body of a man was found in the bushes behind the Kailua-Kona Post Office.
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