Hawaii County Fire Department rescue personnel have recovered what they believe to be the body of a missing 13-year-old boy who went cliff diving on Sunday near Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area.
The Hawaii State Department of Health has installed three temporary particulate monitors to measure and inform residents on the Big Island of the air quality levels from the lava flow from Kilauea volcano. Two monitors are currently located in Pahoa and one in Leilani Estates.
Big Island police are investigating a robbery of a convenience store on Kekela Street in Hilo.
HONOLULU — The Hawaiian Homes Commission has approved changes to the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands’ month-to-month land leasing program with the intent of making lease processes more transparent and fair.
Maurice Miranda has taken more experienced Honokaa soccer teams to Kealakekua and come away empty.
Adam Tabieros is coming home.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Health Connector has signed up about 3,500 people for health insurance in the past month, an improvement from last year when just 275 people signed up for coverage in the first month of the troubled health exchange.
Hawaii Island police are continuing to investigate a burglary that occurred in October at the Island Princess Macadamia Nut facility located at 16-261 Shipman Road in Keaau.
Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that closed down one lane of a busy Puna highway during the afternoon rush hour Tuesday.
Public viewing of the June 27 lava flow will begin Wednesday morning at the Pahoa transfer station, Hawaii County Civil Defense Administrator Darryl Oliveira said Tuesday.
The first shops began to shutter, while many others prepared to follow suit, Tuesday at Pahoa Marketplace as the June 27 lava flow continued its approach less than a mile away.