The Color Run, also known as the Happiest 5k on the Planet, was held Saturday morning at the Old Kona Airport Park. The event is a unique paint race that celebrates healthiness, happiness and individuality.
When the Kona Crime Prevention Committee deemed it time to honor West Hawaii Vice Officer Kalae Lee for a major methamphetamine bust in North Kohala, Lee was quick to pass the credit on.
Seven months before she swayed gracefully through the steps of “Kawaipunahele” at the Hawaii Kupuna Hula Festival, Kepi Davis could not move her body.
East Hawaii real estate offices are reporting a rush of lower Puna residents looking to rent homes closer to Hilo in anticipation of the approaching lava flow.
PAHOA — It was lunchtime, and the village streets buzzed with its regular daily activity.
Crews started building two alternate routes Thursday as a lava flow continued its advance toward Pahoa and Highway 130.
The trial for a man accused of stabbing a Waikoloa resident this spring has been pushed back to March.
Beginning as saplings and seedlings nine years ago, the 12,000 trees and plants at the West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery in North Kona represent the loved ones of the approximately 4,000 people whose hands carefully patted them into place.
Hawaii County officials are considering issuing an evacuation notice for Kaohe Homesteads after the June 27 lava flow changed direction Wednesday.
Pahoa merchants were assured Wednesday that efforts will be made to maintain some sense of normalcy should the June 27 lava flow cover Highway 130.