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A Captain Cook man was sentenced on Sept. 1 to life imprisonment with the possibility of parole after being convicted of second-degree murder and first-degree arson in connection with the May 2021 shooting death of Joey Richmond, 46, of Kailua-Kona, at the end of Keauhou-Kainaliu Beach Road, known locally as “End of the World,” in Keauhou.
Two more traffic lights are in the initial design phase for installation on Highway 190, or Mamalahoa Highway in North Kona.
CORRECTION: A previous version of the story contained an incorrect last name for Judge Kimberly Taniyama. The Tribune-Herald regrets the error and apologizes to the judge.
Police have nabbed an alleged thief who appears to have an obsession for signs.
Police say a single-vehicle collision this morning in Hilo that left a 76-year-old man dead appears to be the result of a medical emergency.
Members of Hawaii’s visitor industry are preparing for the reopening of West Maui tourism on Oct. 8, but many are bracing for a slow festive season given the breadth of the wildfire-related cancellations, and some say full recovery might not occur until at least spring.
Social media disinformation that is playing a major role in mistrust among some Lahaina fire survivors was stoked by China — including a claim that the fire started from secret government testing of a “weather weapon.”
Lahaina fire recovery efforts hit their one-month mark Friday, and are now at what Gov. Josh Green calls a pivot point to provide longer-term housing for several thousand displaced people until they can rebuild or replace what they lost.
Following the Lahaina fire, local food and agriculture advocates once again hope that Hawaii takes steps to improve its food systems.
LAHAINA, Maui — Ambulance and fire truck sirens wailed outside as Elsie Rosales stripped linens from king-sized mattresses at a beachfront resort in Lahaina.