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Police seek leads on wanted Kona man

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in finding a 28-year-old Kona man wanted on an outstanding warrant of arrest related to several alleged vehicle thefts, and for questioning in other criminal investigations.

Mental fitness hearing delayed for Mahi

A 52-year-old Hilo man who pleaded not guilty to a host of charges filed in connection with the alleged September 2022 abduction and ensuing crimes committed against a 15-year-old Kona girl was in court Thursday for a mental health fitness hearing.

The hunt for unknown male in Ireland case

Hawaii County’s police chief and prosecuting attorney issued separate statements late Thursday afternoon saying they will be steadfast in their quest to bring to justice the man who left DNA on several pieces of key evidence in the 1991 rape and murder of Dana Ireland.

Kamehameha defeats Hawaii Preparatory 2-0

The Kamehameha Hawaii girls soccer team defeated Hawaii Preparatory 2-0 in the BIIF Division II Championship match on Thursday. The Warriors will play a team that has not been determined yet in the HHSAA winning bracket tournament.

Warriors defeat Vikings 53-48

Both holding league records of 7-3, the Waiakea and Hilo boys basketball teams competed for third place in BIIF Division I on Thursday night. On their senior night, the Waiakea Warriors defeated the Hilo Vikings 53-48.

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Russ Roberts

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