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Island Life photo for Sunday, November 19, 2023 – ‘Rocky reflection’
Hawaii Island police on Friday confirmed they are investigating allegations of an internal theft at the Kamehameha Schools Hawaii campus in Keaau.
Holualoa Village has lost the only public parking lot, located in the center of the historic town, after new owners blocked access and community organizers are looking for a solution.
Island Life photo for Saturday, November 18, 2023 – ‘Shades of green’
WAIMEA — The same day as four wildfires sparked on Maui, including the Lahaina fire, firefighters were also battling seven hurricane wind-driven fires on Hawaii Island.
Kamehameha Schools Hawaii filed a police report Thursday alleging a former employee stole more than $360,000 from the Keaau campus.
Island Life photo for Friday, November 17, 2023 – ‘Savory scene’
A former Hawaii Police Department assistant chief was in Circuit Court on Wednesday for a hearing about a motion to modify bail conditions.
A former Hawaii psychiatric hospital patient indicted Wednesday on a murder charge in the stabbing death of a nurse at the facility had pleaded guilty to a 2020 assault of a state mental health worker, court records show.
Work to restore a portion of Highway 137 will begin early next year after a lower Puna road restoration project finally cleared one of its last major hurdles.
A woman’s threats on an American Airlines flight headed to Hawaii over wearing a face mask caused the captain to turn the plane around, according to federal prosecutors. Now, she owes the airline thousands of dollars.
Island Life photo for Thursday, November 16, 2023 – ‘Purple petals’