The fate of a 32-year-old Hilo man accused of shooting two police officers early last year is in the hands of a jury.
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Real estate sales are increasing in the Puna district and decreasing in South Hilo for the first quarter of 2014.
Two Mauna Kea observatories confirmed this week the discovery of the first, potentially habitable, Earth-sized planet found outside our solar system.
Road construction is ongoing on Highway 19 at mile marker 16 in Umauma.
Eight companies submitted proposals to build a waste reduction facility by the Tuesday deadline.
F ans of “Hawaiiana Live” bid aloha to the weekly show at the Palace Theater on Wednesday.
Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald has appointed Henry T. Nakamoto as judge of the District Family Court of the Third Circuit (County of Hawaii).
A 23-year-old Waimea woman has been charged with eight felonies in connection with a stolen checkbook.
If the county moves ahead with the purchase of more than 1,200 acres of Ka‘u coastline, as the County Council’s Finance Committee recommended Tuesday, it will create the largest beach park in the state, Lehua Lopez-Mau said.
“The whistling man leaves these,” Abraham Sadegh points to a hand-written note torn from a thick, yellowed chunk of cardboard.
Police are renewing their request for information about a 25-year-old man considered armed and dangerous.
Hundreds of distressed homeowners facing foreclosure in Hawaii were likely misled by a loan modification program operated by the Homeowner Legal Assistance Association (HLAA), a Florida corporation, for approximately 17 months in 2009 and 2010, according to an investigation conducted by the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs’ (DCCA) Office of Consumer Protection (OCP).
Three boat owners are missing their motors following a series of thefts at Honokohau Harbor thought to be related.
A former Big Island man accused of sexually abusing boys he fostered and adopted is shown fleeing a film crew in an online documentary published Monday.
During the week of April 7-13, Big Island police arrested 35 motorists for driving under the influence of an intoxicant. Eleven of the drivers were involved in traffic crashes. Two were younger than the age of 21.