A wind advisory has been issued for areas of Hawaii Island through 6 p.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
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A stronger-than-expected north-northeast swell has prompted a high surf advisory for the Big Island’s north- and east-facing shores.
A former county councilman has lost his civil lawsuit against the county.
HONOLULU — Officials on Hawaii’s Big Island will hold inaugural ceremonies for incoming members of the Hawaii County Council.
Thanksgiving is a time to gather, share a big meal and reflect on blessings.
Oversight of genetically modified crops in Hawaii remains the state’s kuleana, a federal judge ruled Wednesday when invalidating Hawaii County’s law restricting the use of transgenic plants.
Work furlough inmate Jordan Kaneshiro failed to return to the Hale Nani Furlough Center on the Big Island after job-seeking Wednesday and the Hawaii Police Department was notified, according to the state Department of Public Safety.
A Waikoloa man is has been charged with 15 offenses in connection with an affray in Waikoloa early Monday that sent two men to the hospital, according to the Hawaii Police Department.
Missing Big Island extended furlough inmate Coburn Kaimiola Jr. has been returned to the Hawaii Community Correctional Center, according to the state Department of Public Safety.
Extended furlough inmate Tasha Gardner failed to report for her scheduled check in Tuesday at the Hawaii Community Correctional Center and the Hawaii Police Department was notified, according to the state Department of Public Safety.
Army officials are opening several sites at Pohakuloa Training Area for bird hunting from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. this weekend.
A Waikoloa man is in police custody in connection with an affray in Waikoloa early Monday that sent two men to the hospital.
No tsunami was triggered by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake that struck early Wednesday in waters off Indonesia.
A Kona man is facing felony charges after he was arrested for beating his dog in a car Monday in Kealakekua.
Thanksgiving is all about food and family – turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie and family time. However, preparing holiday goodies can lead to disaster with the kitchen being the starting point of more fires than any other room in the house, and cooking being the leading cause of fires in the home, according to the National Fire Protection Association.