“NTSB: Cloud shot up in front of plane before turbulence.”
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HONOLULU — A cloud shot up vertically like a plume of smoke in a matter of seconds before a Hawaiian Airlines flight last month hit severe turbulence and 25 people on board were injured, according to a preliminary report Friday by the National Transportation Safety Board.
A 59-year-old homeless woman police say burned to death Jan. 2 in a large banyan tree on Banyan Drive in Hilo was, in better times, an award-winning coffee farmer.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Flag-waving admirers lined the sidewalk outside the National World War II Museum in New Orleans on Wednesday to greet the oldest living survivor of the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor as he marked his upcoming 105th birthday.
The Hawaii Government Employees Association Retirees Unit, Hawaii Chapter, is activating in-service activities and reinstituting in-person meetings, chapter President Evelyn Togashi said.
More than 20 keiki aged 12 to 17 recently had the chance to enjoy Teen Day, which was sponsored by the East Hawaii Youth Leadership HI HOPES board.
If you love a good cup of Kona coffee, be prepared to pay more for it in 2023 — that is, if you can find it.
Applications for a state-funded rental assistance program will open next week for the first time in five years.
The Hilo Ball Stars played the Wreckers White in a T-ball tournament at the University of Hawaii at Hilo on Saturday evening. The two-day tournament was hosted by the UH-Hilo baseball team as a way to give young Big Island baseball players the opportunity to play on a college field.
BOISE, Idaho — A woman charged with conspiring to kill her two children and her new husband’s late wife says she has an alibi, and that the kids were killed while they were at her late brother’s apartment.
Newly-appointed Hawaii Police Department Chief Benjamin Moszkowicz will be officially sworn in Wednesday in an official private event which will be livestreamed.