Oahu Publications Inc. announced today that it has agreed to acquire the Hawaii Tribune-Herald and West Hawaii Today on Hawaii Island from Las Vegas-based Stephens Media LLC.
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Hawaii County authorities arrested a 29-year-old Hilo man who had been featured on the cable television show “Hawaii Island’s Most Wanted” since August.
Disability advocates are suing the state Department of Human Services in an attempt to force the agency to provide early treatment in autism cases.
A 24-year-old Hilo man will be sent back to Florida to face charges he skipped out on probation for armed robbery and grand theft.
During the week of Sept. 22-28, police arrested 21 motorists for DUI.
East Hawaii’s Ernest Bowen deSilva Elementary School was among three in the state named 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools for their outstanding performance and improvement efforts.
A Kailua-Kona woman was charged Friday with several narcotics offenses after being found in an allegedly stolen vehicle.
Fall enrollment at University of Hawaii at Hilo declined for the second year in a row, despite hopes by administrators the university could maintain last year’s student levels.
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, gradually builds at Kilauea.
Pahoa High School plays their first home football game in 13 years and celebrates their homecoming court with a parade around the field on Saturday, September 27, 2014.
With Hawaii Island’s power supply riding on wooden, flammable utility poles, what can be done when they’re threatened by 2,100-degree molten lava?
Hawaii County plans to reinforce its restrictions on accessing Kaohe Homesteads after a tour company was found to be using the neighborhood to reach the June 27 lava flow.
The Village Green Society and Hawaii’s Volcano Circus will be fined $53,743 for building illegal structures on state land and removing protected trees.
Kohala Councilwoman Margaret Wille thinks she may have found the way to eliminate fraudulent use of the homeowner property tax exemption.