Using Waimea’s Kahilu Theatre as a blank canvas, hundreds of children and adults are creating an enormous outdoor mural that defines their community and creates a sense of place.
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A police officer shot in the line of duty early last year recounted the night it occurred to a jury Wednesday in 3rd Circuit Court in Hilo.
There are 57 issues inhibiting organic food production and distribution in Hawaii, and 93 potential opportunities and solutions to address them, according to a recent report.
In 2007, Hawaii County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Cynthia Tai applied online for a job posting with the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
HONOLULU — Experts want Hawaii lawmakers to update regulations meant to protect opihi, a tasty mollusk whose numbers have crashed in parts of Hawaii.
Police warn of real estate scam
Despite the sorry state of many of Hawaii Island’s highways, and Mayor Billy Kenoi’s promise to use capital projects to stimulate the economy by putting people to work, some $2.3 million of gas taxes collected during the bottom of the recession is sitting in a bank instead of being used to build roads.
The House Finance committee cut $50 million out of the funding request for a new Kona Judiciary Complex Wednesday afternoon.
Police warn of scams
The former general contractor for a power plant under construction in Pepeekeo is suing the developer and a construction crisis consultant, claiming they locked the contractor off the construction site for the purposes or theft and corporate espionage.
A witness to the shooting of two police officers in Hilo 13 months ago said Tuesday he became, by default, the getaway driver for the alleged shooter.
Good news for Burger King fans, but not so much for those who love Wendy’s.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Senate made short work of a heap of bills Tuesday, passing more than 300 measures to send to the House.
An unnamed farmer has filed a lawsuit seeking relief from requirements of Hawaii County’s recently enacted ban on genetically modified crops.
Warnings from Honolulu legislators that they may not support fully funding the Kona Judiciary Complex project this year has Big Island public and private practice attorneys rallying.