Kidnapping suspect pleads not guilty in 3rd Circuit Court.
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A Hilo man accused of kidnapping a teenage girl pleaded not guilty in Kona’s 3rd Circuit on Monday and has requested a jury trial, which was set for Feb. 7, 2023.
Two local youth summits are scheduled next month in an effort to provide teens and young adults an opportunity to network, gain insight into their personal skills and strengths, and identify opportunities to contribute to community resilience.
NASA just crashed a spacecraft the size of a school bus into an asteroid about the size of a pyramid to assess if a deliberate impact can deflect objects on a collision course with Earth.
All Hawai‘i State Public Library System locations are closed today due to an unspecified threat.
The University of Hawai‘i at Hilo women’s basketball team’s 2022-23 schedule features seven non-conference matchups all at the Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium in Hilo, giving the Vulcans two months of play without ever needing to leave the state.
Located on the summit of the 10,023-foot volcano Haleakalā, the telescope is part of a series of telescopes called the Maui Space Surveillance System, which the US Space Force uses for space domain awareness, or SDA, recognizing space as a priority domain for advancing national security.
A 47-year-old Pukalani man was found unresponsive during a search at Nākālele Point on Sunday morning.
A Hanamā‘ulu man was arrested Monday after making a phone call to the Kōloa Elementary School administration, threatening that a bomb would go off at the end of the school day.
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