A breakout from the June 27 lava flow remains at a standstill Friday morning, Hawaii County Civil Defense reports.
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Hawaii Island teachers made a strong showing last year when it came to achieving certification through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
Two boys are dead after an early morning fire that destroyed a home in Holualoa on Thursday.
Giving international travelers one last chance to spend money before they leave Hawaii, state Rep. Cindy Evans is proposing slot machines for international departure areas of airports.
A Hawaii Police Department sergeant in charge of traffic enforcement in West Hawaii is facing domestic abuse charges.
A female detainee escaped from a holding area at the Kona Courthouse on Thursday, prompting Deputy Sheriffs to chase the shackled woman through the parking lot before they captured her a few minutes later.
Alternating lane closures remain in effect on a portion of Napoopoo Road in South Kona.
HONOLULU — The state Department of Human Services will be accepting applications for its preschool subsidy program for low- and moderate-income families starting March 1.
It started with a friendly bet between a coach and a 15-year-old female wrestler.
H awi resident Lisa Denning had a rare close encounter with one of Hawaii’s lesser-known whales — an extreme diver that’s known to plummet to depths seven times deeper than the more familiar humpback whale.
A fire early Thursday that destroyed a home being constructed in Puna appears to have been intentionally set, the Hawaii County Fire Department reports.
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.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Judiciary says it will be asking the state Legislature for the remaining $55 million needed to build a Kona courthouse.
A lucrative side contract held by a county employee will end this year, after Mayor Billy Kenoi’s administration decided the county should buy its own pumping truck and bring the operation in-house.
Hawaii Island residents are expressing concern over a number of proposed rule changes planned for the state’s medical marijuana program.