HONOLULU — The Hawaii Tourism Authority said it wants visitors to know that Kauai remains open for business after torrential rains caused flood damage.
HILO — Three bills affecting use and management of Maunakea appear headed for the dust bin after the state House of Representatives refused to assign members to a conference committee.
KAILUA-KONA — Six weeks premature, Jeremiah Kailiawa was born in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Oahu’s Kapiolani Hospital. After seven long months in the hospital, he needed help to avoid falling behind in his development.
KAILUA-KONA — The state is sending reinforcements to West Hawaii to help aid in the fight against little fire ants (LFA), an invasive species that’s grown steadily more prevalent in the region over the last decade.
KEALAKEKUA — A Kona teen accused of a slew of business break-ins waived his right to a preliminary hearing in District Court Monday afternoon.
KEAAU — Kamehameha senior Isaiah Nakoa-Oness was on fire from the start, hammering rockets and looking unstoppable, and his teammates followed along in an overpowering sweep against Hilo.
KAILUA-KONA — Kealakehe proved that last week’s straight-set victory over Waiakea was no fluke when they did the same in a BIIF Division I semifinal match on Monday in their home gym.
HOUSTON — Yuli Gurriel was thrown out at third base by catcher Martin Maldonado to end the game after an original safe call was reversed on replay, giving the Los Angeles Angels a 2-0 win over Houston on Monday night that ended the Astros’ six-game winning streak.
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WASHINGTON — The attitude of President Trump toward federal law enforcement is, to put it mildly, mixed. The FBI refused to bend to his will. So it is comprised of “hardened Democrats” engaged in a “WITCH HUNT.” The FBI was, according to Trump, too preoccupied with the Russia investigation to prevent the Parkland, Florida, school shooting. Its reputation “is in Tatters — worst in History!”
The theme of this year’s Lead, Expose and Inspire Program, LEI, April 16-17 on Hawaii Island was the wind of the Hawaiian Islands, and like the makani of the Hawaiian Islands, each person’s wind sets them on a different journey — one that consists of their dreams and aspirations.
Perhaps if you spend much time on Instagram or surfing the web, you’ve already heard of them.
T-Day is here. Whether you are getting a tax refund or painfully writing a check, you deserve to celebrate (or commiserate) by escaping for a day, preferably to a world of pure enjoyment. The perfect little “trip” is coming on Saturday as the annual Big Island Chocolate Festival turns the ballroom and courtyard of Hapuna Beach Resort into “Chocolate Around the World” from 5-9 p.m.
TORONTO — A rented van plowed down a crowded Toronto sidewalk Monday, killing 10 people and injuring 15 before the driver fled and was quickly arrested in a confrontation with police, Canadian authorities said.
BOSTON — President Donald Trump has courted coal miners and cast doubt on whether fossils fuel contribute to climate change, but that hasn’t translated into hostility for renewable energy — particularly offshore wind.
KAILUA-KONA — Voters this year will have the opportunity to decide if Hawaii should establish a surcharge on investment property to help fund public education.
KAILUA-KONA — The shoreline within Manuka Natural Area Reserve got some much needed TLC thanks to 30 people who made the 4×4 trek down to the area on Earth Day on Sunday.
Hawaii Island Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the person(s) involved in taking the rock bags placed around an asphalt pile near Highway 11 by the 56-mile marker on Feb. 13. The rocks were placed in green bags and were being used as a safety precaution for the asphalt pile.