A Kona Circuit Court Judge was awarded the prestigious Jurist of the Year Award on Friday.
There has been a delay in the Hawaii Fire Department’s plans to move operations from its Central Fire Station in downtown Hilo to a midtown warehouse on Kilauea Avenue so the 90-year-old station can undergo long-overdue repairs.
A 26-year-old Hilo man admitted in court he repeatedly stabbed his former girlfriend more than two years ago when she went to his Kimo Street home to pick up her children.
Island Life photo for Monday, October 2, 2023 – ‘Great gecko’
The state Office of Disciplinary Counsel is investigating two Hilo attorneys being prosecuted in federal court for allegedly receiving Hawaii County affordable housing credits and land conveyances worth at least $10.98 million, with no intention of developing affordable housing.
LAHAINA, Maui — Shaun “Buge” Saribay felt like giving up. Hours of makeshift firefighting with garden hoses and buckets of water across Lahaina didn’t stop flames from consuming his house, his rental properties and thousands of other structures in his beloved hometown.
The 67th annual Hawaii State Law Enforcement Officials Association Conference was held Sept. 27-29 at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott.
HONOLULU (AP) — A woman who escaped Maui’s Lahaina wildfire by running through a flaming field has died after spending more than seven weeks in a hospital burn unit.
Hours before devastating fires scorched the historic town of Lahaina on Maui, Kyle Ellison labored to save his rental house in Kula, a rural mountain town 24 miles away, from a different blaze.
Footage from deep in the Pacific Ocean has given the first detailed look at three World War II aircraft carriers that sank in the pivotal Battle of Midway and could help solve mysteries about the days-long barrage that marked a shift in control of the Pacific theater from Japanese to U.S. forces.
Island Life photo for Sunday, October 1, 2023 – ‘Happy trails’
Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union (HCFCU), a leading financial institution serving Hawai‘i Island, is excited to announce a slate of upcoming classes and seminars designed to empower and educate the community.
HONOLULU (AP) — The Navy on Thursday issued written reprimands to three now-retired military officers for their roles in the spill of jet fuel into Pearl Harbor’s drinking water in 2021 but did not fire, suspend, dock the pay or reduce the rank of anyone for the incident.
LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) — Authorities in Maui are opening more of the burn zone from last month’s devastating wildfire for visits by residents and property owners who lost homes.
An alleged domestic dispute turned physical early Tuesday and led to felony drug- and firearms-related charges against a Kailua-Kona couple.
Island Life photo for Saturday, September 30, 2023 – ‘Perfect parrotfish’
Island Life photo for Friday, September 29, 2023 – ‘Vog-free view’