A 43-year-old man will spend up to a half-decade behind bars for a 2019 shooting that injured one and triggered an 11-day manhunt.
Wildlife officials are asking the public to keep an eye out for — and a respectful distance from — monk seals this holiday weekend.
As the investigation into the loss of cargo containers from a Young Brothers barge transiting to Hilo Harbor continued Tuesday, so did efforts to keep the 120-year-old shipper afloat.
The first residents of Ka Lamaku, a community of tiny homes constructed to house the homeless in Kailua-Kona, are expected to move in this week.
Forecasters are keeping tabs on a tropical depression that formed Wednesday far east-southeast of Hilo.
Hui Aloha Kiholo is working to make a crappy situation better.
Northbound traffic on Alii Drive will be shifted to a temporary bridge in the vicinity of the Kona Tiki Hotel starting Wednesday as work progresses to replace a deteriorating culvert on the Waiaha Drainageway.
Young Brothers has deferred suspending less-than-container-load and mixed cargo shipping service for the time being, company president Jay Ana told the state Public Utilities Commission Wednesday.
The state Land Board unanimously granted a contested case proceeding to three Big Island residents facing a combined $110,000 in administrative fines for alleged illegal aquarium fish collecting earlier this year off the South Kohala Coast.
Hawaii County’s police officers have been prohibited for nearly two decades from employing the restraint infamously used by a Minneapolis police officer that led to the death of George Floyd.
Design work is underway for a new classroom building at Kealakehe Elementary School that’s expected to be ready for school year 2023-24.