“A bill updating Hawaii County’s fire code…headed to mayor’s desk.”
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A local nonprofit working to spruce up Harold H. Higashihara Park got a little boost in funding Thursday from Hawaii County.
A federal drug defendant arrested on the Big Island for allegedly possessing a large quantity of fentanyl didn’t appear in court Thursday as scheduled.
HONOLULU — A witness saw a medical transport plane that disappeared on a flight between Maui and the Big Island go into a spiraling descent and hit the ocean, according to a preliminary report released Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board.
A 32-year-old Mountain View man wanted by police and after allegedly fleeing the scene of a traffic stop in mid-August has been apprehended and charged with numerous felonies.
Police are trying to piece together the details of a Friday night incident in Hawaiian Beaches in which a pedestrian disappeared after apparently being struck by an SUV whose driver collapsed at the scene and died later that night.
An investigation into Hawaii County’s building permit process found systemic flaws, but no real surprises, county officials said Wednesday.
A County Council panel gave its OK Wednesday to spending plans for $2.3 million in excess and lapsed fuel taxes on Hawaii Island.
Kona Community Hospital was the last on the island to welcome its first baby of 2023.
A 15-year-veteran of the Hawaii Police Department whose home was heavily damaged by fire Friday evening said he and his family are “so grateful” for the “overwhelming support and love from the community.”
Two thieves were caught on video using a stolen government vehicle and tow harness to make off with an ATM early Sunday from a gas station in Kailua Village.
Hawaii County’s subsidized golf program continues in 2023 at two West Hawaii locations.