“Woman accused of locking up and withholding food from 12-year-old son.”
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Russ Roberts (https://hawaiinewsdigest.net).
Police have arrested and charged a 42-year-old Hilo woman who allegedly locked her 12-year-old son in his bedroom without food as punishment for taking food from the family’s locked refrigerator.
Visitor arrivals and spending for the state fell in August as visitor arrivals to Maui plummeted nearly 58% and spending fell 49% after the devastating Aug. 8 Lahaina wildfires — the worst natural disaster in state history and the most deadly wildfire in over a century.
HONOLULU (AP) — The Navy on Thursday issued written reprimands to three now-retired military officers for their roles in the spill of jet fuel into Pearl Harbor’s drinking water in 2021 but did not fire, suspend, dock the pay or reduce the rank of anyone for the incident.
Hawaii authorities search for man with handgun he gets into scuffle on Army base and flees
An alleged domestic dispute turned physical early Tuesday and led to felony drug- and firearms-related charges against a Kailua-Kona couple.
Lawmakers probing the cause of last month’s deadly Maui wildfire did not get many answers during Thursday’s congressional hearing on the role the electrical grid played in the disaster.
A review of outdoor warning siren protocols following the Lahaina fire disaster has led the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency to reiterate that fire is indeed one of the hazards that can prompt siren activation.
“A Taste of Hilo” is back.
A community group filed a lawsuit against Hawaii County on Monday saying treated wastewater from the county’s Kealakehe Wastewater Treatment Plant is polluting Honokohau Harbor in violation of the Clean Water Act.
A University of Hawaii economist said Tuesday a prolonged federal government shutdown could have serious local consequences.
(AP) — Leola Vierra stepped gingerly among the hardened pools of melted metal, charred wood and broken glass that are almost all that remain of the home where she lived for nearly 50 years.
Hawaiian Electric has postponed the start of the new Shift and Save pilot program for approximately 17,000 residential and business customers who were selected at random to test time-of-use (TOU) rates on Hawaii Island, Oahu and Maui, by order of the Public Utilities Commission.