A 52-year-old man charged for harrassing a Hawaii monk seal.
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A 52-year-old man, who recently relocated to Hawaii from the mainland, was cited Tuesday by a trio of State and federal agencies after his dog was captured oån videotape harassing a Hawaiian monk seal at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park on Oct. 10.
After hours of considering, approving and rejecting more than half a dozen amendments, the County Council voted Wednesday in favor of a bill prohibiting concealed firearms in certain places.
After a decade of service, Pohai Malama Care Center, a 12-bed inpatient hospice facility owned and operated by Hawaii Care Choices, will cease operations starting Nov. 18.
Kona Community Hospital on Wednesday that the Imaging Department is opening its appointment schedule to include weekend hours for outpatient imaging services.
JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM — The Navy on Tuesday said it will ask the public how it should use a fuel storage facility in the hills above Pearl Harbor once it has finished draining petroleum from its massive storage tanks.
The Hawaii County Council is urging the Legislature to take steps to improve ailing roadway infrastructure on the Big Island.
With 19 licenses to carry a concealed firearm issued and another 58 pending approval in Hawaii County, some Hawaii Island police officers are concerned they haven’t received proper training on encountering permit holders.
The Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular returned Monday after a two-year break amid the COVID pandemic.
Hawaii County has declared itself a victim of an employee who pleaded guilty to stealing affordable housing credits, and its attorneys are asking the court to return property currently under forfeiture by the federal government.
A proposed firebreak expansion project on Maunakea to protect the critically endangered palila has been approved by the Board of Land and Natural Resources.
The pilot of a helicopter that crashed on a remote Ka‘u lava field during a sunset tour in June told investigators that the engine had been swapped out but three earlier flights that day were normal.
A state-mandated free mediation program was a resounding success in preventing evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report.
Ha‘aheo Elementary School completed an Environmental Analysis for a three-phase renovation and construction project on Oct. 23, with the report finding there are no archaeological features, rare or endangered flora, or other historic elements that will be impacted by the construction.
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Russ Roberts (https://hawaiinewsdigest.net).