A Kona man has been charged with 16 offenses stemming from a car break-in on Oct. 28.
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It was a long was to drive for a free turkey, but for Ka‘u resident Mary Lou Otero, the trip was well worth it.
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Two South Kohala men have been charged with felonies after an illegal weapon was offered for sale online, police said.
Home sales have not ceased in lower Puna since residents began bracing for the June 27 lava flow.
Thanksgiving is a mere four days away, the official start of the holiday season and the time of year when folks celebrate with family and friends, reflecting upon the people and things they’re truly grateful for in their lives.
Scenes from the Second Annual Hawaiian Honey Festival Saturday morning at Nani Mau Gardens.
The slow-moving lava flow from Kilauea volcano is costing more than frayed nerves.
PAHOA — Pahoa Village Road will likely be reopened by Thanksgiving assuming Madame Pele doesn’t return for the holiday.
Predicting where the June 27 lava flow will go next is a fluid undertaking.
Residents seemed to have mixed views about a county project to bring sewer lines to the Lono Kona subdivision. But even those in support of the plan at a public hearing Tuesday night in Kailua-Kona worried about how the system would impact their wallets.
Several portions of the Pohakuloa Training Area will be open for bird hunting from 5 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
A 44-year-old South Kona man will stand trial in February in connection with the July shooting death of a 52-year-old Honaunau resident.
The Big Island’s unemployment rate remained steady while the statewide unemployment rate dropped slightly in October, the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations reported Thursday.
A Kohala volunteer fire company is closer to having a new base following an approval Thursday for a garage facility by the Leeward Planning Commission.