The June 27 lava flow, which has recently seen little activity at its front, made forward progress Wednesday.
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A high surf advisory remains in effect for south-facing Big Island shores through 6 p.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service in Honolulu.
The Queen’s Medical Center late Wednesday said it is evaluating a patient for possible symptoms that may be consistent with Ebola.
HONOLULU — Hawaii veterans who served in the U.S. military will be able to have that distinction included on their driver’s licenses and state identification cards.
Tropical Storm Simon is forecast to strengthen, possibly reaching hurricane-strength on Saturday, as it churns in the Eastern Pacific, National Hurricane Center forecasters based in Miami said Thursday morning.
HONOLULU — U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan is recognizing three Hawaii schools for academic excellence or for making progress in closing achievement gaps among students.
Police say a Kona rancher chased down a man suspected of burglarizing his barn Sunday and detained him for police after receiving leads over social media.
A County Council committee reached an agreement on a proposed bill that’s being touted as a way to encourage truth in labeling on coffee packages here.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed an executive order Wednesday granting Hawaii County its portion of Chain of Craters Road.
When Kristin Drost first came to Kailua-Kona to compete in Ironman, she noticed something that took her by surprise: A place known for hosting a world championship triathlon had no youth clubs for the sport.
The deadline to register to vote in the General Election is Monday.
The state Office of Elections was “absurdly out of touch” with the situation in Puna after Tropical Storm Iselle, state Sen. Russell Ruderman said Tuesday afternoon.
The June 27 lava flow remains weak while inflation, a sign of intruding magma, continues at Kilauea.
The U.S. Coast Guard and Hawaii Fire Department are searching for a 65-year-old man reported missing Wednesday near Pohoiki Bay.
Fall enrollment at University of Hawaii at Hilo has declined for the second year in a row, despite hopes by administrators that they could maintain last year’s student levels.