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New Aloha Stadium plan moving forward with modification
Gov. Josh Green said today the state is moving forward with a modified version of the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District plan that has been in the works since 2018.
Guam ‘very blessed’ with no early reports of major damage in the messy aftermath of Typhoon Mawar
HAGATNA, Guam (AP) — Chainsaws buzzed Friday as neighbors helped neighbors clear toppled trees and began cleaning the wreckage of Typhoon Mawar, which walloped Guam as the strongest typhoon to hit the island in over two decades but appeared to have passed without leaving death or massive destruction in its wake.
The Island Dance Academy to perform ‘Sleeping Beauty’ this weekend
The Island Dance Academy is bringing back its big storybook shows after a nearly four-year hiatus with a performance of “Sleeping Beauty” this weekend.
Police arrest 16 for DUI
During the week of May 15-21, Hawaii Island police arrested 16 motorists for DUI. Two of the drivers were involved in a traffic collisions. One was younger than 21.
Kona woman faces numerous drug charges
A search warrant served Tuesday by police on a Kalua-Kona residence resulted in the arrest of a 33-year-old woman on drug charges.
Former Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim connects the past with present at veterans memorial event
Flags waved in the wind and taps was played for about 50 people in Hilo on Thursday as they honored 10 lives that were lost during the Vietnam War.
4 to 7 hurricanes predicted as Hawaii officials remind public to get prepared for storm season
As El Nino conditions continue to develop in equatorial Pacific waters, Hawaii residents are advised to prepare for a busier hurricane season than in recent years, as well as the possibility of a prolonged drought.
NWS predicts four to seven tropical cyclones for hurricane season
There is a 50% chance of above-normal tropical cyclone activity during the Central Pacific hurricane season this year, according to the outlook from NOAA’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center and NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, which are divisions of the National Weather Service.
Exchange Club prayer breakfast slated for June 8
The Exchange Club of Hilo next month will host its 28th annual prayer breakfast with Mayor Mitch Roth.
‘I’ll beat your ass’: Puna man indicted for alleged domestic violence
A 19-year-old Puna man has been indicted by a grand jury for a violent domestic incident last week that allegedly included an abduction, a beating and an involuntary car ride from Hilo to Puna for the victim.
Public invited to Vietnam War Memorial Service
The public is invited to a Vietnam War Memorial Service today on the Keaukaha Military Reservation in Hilo.
Public meeting set regarding PGV expansion
Puna residents will be able to provide in-person feedback next week regarding a planned upgrade of Puna Geothermal Venture.
Input sought for old hospital site: 20 acres surrounding Hilo facility could be developed by the county
Part of the former Hilo Memorial Hospital is being renovated, and Hawaii County is collecting feedback about the future development of 20 acres surrounding the facility.
DLNR IDs women cited for illegally feeding Waikoloa feral cats
The Department of Land and Natural Resources on Tuesday released the names of the two women cited by state conservation officers April 18 during a protest by feral cat activists at Queens’ Marketplace Shopping Center.
Two men charged with break-in of business owner’s car
Hawai‘i Island police have arrested and charged two Hilo men with various offenses following the Sunday break-in of a downtown Hilo business owner’s vehicle.
Roundabout slated for Hilo: Work on project could start in 2025
Downtown Hilo will get a roundabout in 2027, according to a state plan published Tuesday.
Trial set for suspect in nunchucks assault
Trial has been set for a 31-year-old Pahoa man who allegedly tied up, slashed, stabbed and used nunchucks to severely beat an acquaintance earlier this month at the victim’s Hawaiian Paradise Park home.
Life Care Center clear of COVID following outbreak
Life Care Center of Hilo recently experienced a large COVID-19 outbreak, resulting in 93 confirmed cases and one death since April.
Aulani reef fish contributing to science
At Disney’s Aulani Resort &Spa at Koolina, the colorful reef fish in Oahu’s only human-made snorkeling lagoon are doing more than just swimming about looking pretty for the hotel’s guests.
Energy contracts renegotiated; Move will reduce customers’ power bills, Hawaiian Electric says
New energy contracts between power providers and Hawaiian Electric will lead to cheaper energy bills for Big Island customers.