KAILUA-KONA — Thousands of miles away from Hollywood, writers on the Big Island may have the inspiration and talent to write, but not the resources to make their stories a success.
KAILUA-KONA — Countless hours of behind-the-scenes prep work, dancing and rehearsals are at the heart of West Hawaii Dance Theatre’s latest production.
Ryan Reynolds was in Seoul early this month to promote his latest Marvel film, Deadpool 2. His one-night, two-day promotional tour was tightly scheduled and yet Reynolds managed to make a cameo appearance on a popular singing show King of Mask Singer, masked as a unicorn singing Tomorrow from the musical Annie.
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon on Wednesday withdrew an invitation to China to participate in a major Pacific naval exercise, citing Beijing’s “continued militarization” of the South China Sea, adding another irritant to relations between the two nations as they jostle over trade and North Korea.
KAILUA-KONA — Forecasters are calling for normal to above-normal tropical cyclone activity within the Central Pacific this hurricane season.
KAILUA-KONA – Hawaii Electric Light Co. announced Wednesday it will be opening an office once a week in Pahoa amid the ongoing eruption along Kilauea Volcano’s lower East Rift Zone.
KEALAKEKUA — Posters and banners asking for help bringing home Deborah “Debby” Wiley line roadways in mauka Kona as the search for the 67-year-old woman missing since Mother’s Day continues.
KAILUA-KONA — Department of Water Supply officials maintained a tank-half-full perspective Tuesday at their monthly meeting with the Hawaii County Water Board.
KAILUA-KONA — Hawaii County currently has no program to assist law enforcement when dealing with those who suffer from a mental illness. However, efforts continue on state and local levels to give officers the resources they need when encountering these individuals.
KAILUA-KONA — As the number of evacuated residents in Puna mounts due to the increased activity of Kilauea Volcano, so does the need for helping hands and open doors.
HILO — Council members stood firm Tuesday that they’re not ready to raise taxes to plug a $7 million hole in the budget that county officials attribute to an ongoing volcanic emergency in Puna.
ATLANTA — The NFL approved a new owner for the Carolina Panthers, passed a rule to eject players who hit with their helmets, and took steps to spice up the kickoff.
BOSTON — The Celtics expected to see a different LeBron James in Cleveland after the Cavaliers fell into a 2-0 hole to open the Eastern Conference finals.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Chris Paul pounded the ball down demonstratively on Stephen Curry’s home court in sheer delight.
CHICAGO — Jose Ramirez hit his 14th homer and the Cleveland Indians routed the Chicago Cubs 10-1 on Tuesday night in their first meeting at Wrigley Field since the 2016 World Series.