Two people remain in custody after Kona business robbed and officer shot at.
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Police have arrested two people in connection with an incident involving an armed robbery, a traffic collision and a man allegedly shooting at an officer in Kona Thursday evening.
The Hawaii Fire Department rescued a pair of lost hikers from Kalopa State Park Thursday.
Realtor Phyllis Klicker had closed on a home sale in Waikoloa Village and discovered the previous owner had left behind a cache of medical equipment. Not wanting to take it to the landfill, she decided to open the Waikoloa Loan Closet, making the equipment available free of charge to anyone in need.
State Epidemiologist Sarah Kemble said Thursday doctors are “seeing a lot of sick kids with respiratory viruses right now.”
Fishers throughout Hawaii will need to obtain permits from the Department of Land and Natural Resources to use lay nets in state waters after a decision by the Board of Land and Natural Resources today.
Following more than a year of outreach and two public hearings, the Board of Land and Natural Resources today approved amended rules for commercial surfing instruction at Kahalu‘u Bay in Kailua-Kona.
The state Department of Health reported today that cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, and influenza are increasing in Hawaii, in line with trends observed across the country.
A Native Hawaiian health clinic in Waimea has plans to move out of the rented commercial space it currently occupies and build a new facility on two acres of homestead land.
The races for state House seats on the Big Island were blowouts Tuesday as incumbent Democrats held insurmountable leads Tuesday evening based on a tally of all mail-in ballots submitted by Monday and some ballots submitted Election Day.
HONOLULU — Incumbent U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz, a Democrat, on Tuesday was reelected to another six-year term, defeating Republican state Rep. Bob McDermott.
HONOLULU — Lt. Gov. Josh Green, a Democrat, on Tuesday defeated Republican former Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona to be Hawaii’s next governor and vowed to tackle the state’s most stubborn problems.