Sentencing is set for early June for a woman accused of aiding accused cop-killer Justin Waiki following the fatal shooting of a Hawaii Police Department officer in July 2018.
Arraignment and plea hearings for two Kona men accused of illegally harvesting aquarium fish offshore of Kawaihae in February have been rescheduled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Counsel for a 19-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting a septuagenarian last summer at a Kawaihae campground is seeking “emergency and humanitarian release” for his client due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hawaii Island police have arrested an Ocean View man for several offenses in connection with a burglary of an Ocean View restaurant in Kaʻu.
With schools shut down, a local book store is spearheading an effort to get educational materials to at-risk students forced to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A 43-year-old Kailua-Kona woman is in police custody Thursday after violating a protective order and Gov. David Ige’s emergency proclamation requiring residents to stay at home.
Two mayors ordered residents and visitors to shelter-in-place starting as early as today as Hawaiis number of positive COVID-19 cases reached 56 on Sunday.
Two presumptive positive coronavirus cases were identified Friday afternoon at Kona Community Hospital, COVID-19 Task Force chief Lt. Gov. Josh Green said.
GILBERT, Ariz. When picking a name for their Asian-Mexican fusion restaurant in suburban Phoenix, Paul and Nicole Fan settled on Panda Libre, hoping the mix of Chinas iconic bear and the Spanish word for free would signal to customers the type of cuisine it offered.
Queens North Hawaii Community Hospital in Waimea will be a testing site for COVID-19 starting this week.
All public schools will remain closed for a week following spring break due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
All cruise ship visits to Kailua-Kona have been canceled for 30 days, the Cruise Line International Association said Friday afternoon.
‘I’m just worried’: Continued cruise ship visits have Lt. Gov. concerned about patient surge capacity
While the decision to halt cruise ship visits is out of Lt. Gov. Josh Greens hands, the West Hawaii doctor is worried that neighbor islands may not have the capacity to handle a surge of presumptive positive COVID-19 cases from a vessel making call.