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Tropical Storm Darby continues to weaken as it moves toward the south of the Big Island and is expected to bring heavy rain and higher surf to the Big Island this weekend.
Police say officers responded at about 9:30 a.m. today to a telephone report of a bomb left within a classroom on the Hawaii Community College Manono Campus in Hilo.
A 63-year-old Kailua-Kona woman died Thursday night after a two-car collision that occurred at the intersection of Mamalahoa Highway (Highway 190) and Akina Place in North Kona.
A tropical storm warning is in effect for the state of Hawaii as Tropical Storm Darby, which continues to weaken and is no longer a hurricane, continues its track to the south of the islands.
A former employee of the county Office of Housing and Community Development is set to enter a plea Monday in federal court on charges he took almost $2 million in bribes and kickbacks to influence affordable housing projects in West Hawaii.
Psychiatry and mental health counseling are the Big Island’s two most needed types of health care, according to an islandwide survey completed in March by Community First Hawaii, a nonprofit with a goal of improving access to health care throughout the state.
A 27-year-old man facing assault and robbery charges for a violent midday attack Sunday in downtown Hilo that hospitalized a 68-year-old man said the victim “got what he deserved,” according to court documents filed by police.
An agricultural technology company located at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority is growing seaweed in an effort to reduce cattle methane emissions around the world.
Hurricane Darby continues to weaken and is now a Category-1 hurricane.
Hurricane Darby, slowly weakening, entered the Central Pacific Basin earlier today.
The Kona coffee belt experiences its rainy season in the summer, and the rainfall there was especially bountiful in June.
A nonprofit group is moving forward with a $1.2 million restoration of the historic Bond Memorial Library building in Kapaau.
The Planning Department is recommending the county approve a five-year extension for a rezoning and special management area permit for a 65-lot single-family home development on 11 acres in Kapalaalaea, North Kona, that expired in February 2019.
Despite Hawaii’s high vaccination rates, keiki under 5 have not been showing up to get their shots.
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Russ Roberts (https://hawaiinewsdigest.net).