Hawaii Island reported one new case of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the island’s total case count to 1,558.
Jury trial has been set for one of the five people arrested in August for gathering at Kahaluu Beach Park in violation of Gov. David Ige’s emergency proclamation.
Hawaii Island police arrested 33 motorists for suspected drunken driving between Nov. 16 and Sunday. Nine of the drivers were involved in a traffic crash and one was younger than age 21.
It sure seems that a lot of people in government these days are trying to convince us that we should not believe what we see with our own two eyes. Don’t worry though, this piece is not about politics. This is an outdoors column not a political column, so we’ll stick with fish “government.”
PONY baseball has canceled its winter season, and Little League remains on hiatus a little longer as well.
HONOLULU — Just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold, in February, four people set sail for one of the most remote places on Earth — a small camp on Kure Atoll, at the edge of the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU — Maui Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu has acknowledged leaving the scene of an accident after hitting a parked motorcycle without stopping in the parking lot of a shopping center.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu Police Department said it would cancel special coronavirus enforcement units after allegations of overtime abuse from its officers.
The Department of Environmental Management’s Derelict/Abandoned Vehicle Section is initiating a year-round program that is designed to assist Hawaii County property owners with the disposal of derelict vehicles left on their private property.
Felony charges of first-degree theft and second-degree forgery against a Hilo attorney have been dropped.
A 31-year old Mountain View woman facing numerous drug and firearms charges after allegedly attempting to flee from police Nov. 11 in Fern Acres subdivision remains in custody at Hawaii Community Correctional Center, unable to post $144,000 bail.
Modeling topography on active volcanoes is unlike doing so in any other setting, because dramatic changes can occur on timescales far shorter than a human lifetime. For example, in 2018 at Kilauea, approximately 1 cubic kilometer of rock volume (0.25 cubic miles) was lost at the volcano’s summit and deposited on the lower East Rift Zone. So, topographic models can become outdated relatively quickly, and we need to update them accordingly.