Alleged shooter, victim weigh in on Mountain View incident.
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Both the victim of a Monday night shooting in Mountain View and the man accused of being the shooter contacted police with differing accounts of the incident, according to court documents filed by police.
The Hawaii Police Department and other agencies are warning people to be on the lookout for telephone and online scams from people claiming to represent legitimate organizations.
‘It’s the least we can do’: Red Cross volunteers headed to Florida to assist with Hurricane Ian relief efforts
The American Red Cross Hawaii Region is deploying volunteers to help with relief efforts in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Ian.
A state Supreme Court ruling about felony prosecutions could prompt the state Legislature to confirm the board of a new Maunakea management agency much earlier than expected.
A bill that would require full County Council approval for time extensions of rezoning applications on Hawaii Island will be considered by the Windward Planning Commission next week.
A bill to restrict the carrying of concealed and unconcealed firearms in “sensitive places” in Hawaii County, including medical and government facilities, schools and parks, establishments that serve alcohol, as well as several other locations, is set to be considered by the County Council.
HONOLULU — The state Department of Health said Tuesday it has fined the U.S. Navy $8.8 million for repeatedly discharging untreated or partially treated sewage into state waters from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Ironman is donating almost a quarter-million dollars to the Hawaii Police Department to cover the cost of officer services during the 2022 Ironman World Championship next month.
A 52-year-old Hilo man pleaded not guilty to a host of charges Monday filed in connection with the alleged Sept. 16 abduction and ensuing crimes committed against a 15-year-old Kona girl.
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