KAILUA-KONA — A U.S. Army logistics support vessel, or LSV, made a stop Wednesday in waters off Kailua-Kona.
KAILUA-KONA — Evidence tampering, assaults against youth and other allegations of misconduct were among a disciplinary report submitted to the Legislature by the Hawaii Police Department.
NEW ORLEANS — In the legal equivalent of a Hail Mary pass, two New Orleans Saints season ticket holders asked a judge on Tuesday to order the NFL commissioner to reverse the results of the NFC championship game that sent the Los Angeles Rams to the Super Bowl, or schedule a do-over.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Even as Rob Gronkowski turned in a vintage performance with his big grabs down the stretch in the AFC championship game, the veteran Patriots tight end also did plenty of dirty work.
NEW YORK — This honor was saved for the one and only Mariano Rivera.
The groms were charging hard last Saturday during the 24th annual Uncle Shane’s Keiki Classic surfing contest. The contest, hosted by professional big wave surfer Shane Dorian, is an event the Big Island surfing community looks forward to every year.
KAILUA-KONA — Hilo head coach George Ichimaru knows how hard it is to play at Waverider Stadium. Luckily, the Vikings don’t have travel plans to be heading back there anytime soon after picking up a 1-1 tie against Kealakehe on Tuesday afternoon.
MELBOURNE, Australia — Serena Williams was one point from the Australian Open semifinals when she lost her footing and the match slipped away.
HILO — Luquin’s Mexican Restaurant has filed suit against Lloyd’s of London and Monarch E&S Insurance Services alleging the insurer hasn’t paid a claim filed after a fire gutted the popular downtown Pahoa eatery and the adjacent Akebono Theater.
Wednesday, Jan. 22, 1969 | Volume II, Issue III
KEAUHOU — Patients at Life Care Center of Kona know that Wednesdays are for Riley.
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WASHINGTON — Senate leaders on Tuesday agreed to vote on dueling proposals to reopen shuttered federal agencies this week, forcing a political reckoning for senators grappling with the longest shutdown in U.S. history: Side with President Donald Trump or vote to temporarily end the shutdown and keep negotiating.