Two boys, ages 6 and 11, were killed Thursday during an early morning structure fire in Holualoa.
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Alternating lane closures remain in effect on a portion of Napoopoo Road in South Kona.
Hawaii County Department of Parks and Recreation has received a $50,000 grant from the Hawaii Tourism Authority to control little fire ants at specific park sites.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s help in locating a Hilo man wanted on a bench warrant for violating probation, according to the Hawaii Police Department.
Kaiser Permanente will close two West Hawaii clinics but keep open its Kona Medical Office if the health care provider’s employees go on strike next week.
A fire early Thursday that destroyed a home being constructed in Puna appears to have been intentionally set, the Hawaii County Fire Department reports.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Judiciary says it will be asking the state Legislature for the remaining $55 million needed to build a Kona courthouse.
HONOLULU — Coral rely on algae for food and their survival.
HONOLULU — An official at NextEra Energy told Hawaii lawmakers that his company does not plan to lay off staff if it acquires Hawaiian Electric.
WASHINGTON — An estimated 3 million to 6 million households that file 2014 income tax returns might incur penalties this tax season for failing to secure health insurance last year under the Affordable Care Act.
A Puna man is facing felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with a stolen iPad, according to the Hawaii Police Department.
Today, Jan. 28, 2015, marks the 29th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster in 1986 that claimed the life of Kona native Ellison S. Onizuka and six other American astronauts.
Police nabbed six individuals they think are involved in what they described as a “crime spree” in West Hawaii.
Kaiser Permanente plans to temporarily shut down 10 small medical offices on Oahu, Maui and the Big Island next week if Unite Here Local 5 union members follow through with a planned strike in Hawaii.
Big Island residents will be able to weigh in today on a number of administrative rule changes related to Hawaii’s medical marijuana program.