It’s been about 10 years since a Volcano charter school has seen any renovations.
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Police said Tuesday the death of a 39-year-old Kailua-Kona man in custody on Feb. 4 was not the result of being tasered.
Police are renewing their request for information about a 25-year-old man considered armed and dangerous.
Photo by Andrew Richard Hara
In a nondescript building above Kuakini Highway sits the Children’s Justice Center of West Hawaii. Here, in rooms with hand-drawn pictures in thin frames and a two-way mirror on one wall, a forensic investigator interviews children who have been abused or otherwise victimized, or who have witnessed a crime.
Prosecutors have dropped two of the charges against a 32-year-old Hilo man on trial for allegedly shooting two police officers early last year.
Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a 42-year-old Hilo man wanted for violating parole.
Hollyn Johnson, the photographer for the Hawaii Tribune-Herald, did a wonderful job taking photos at the 16th annual Hilo Culinary Classic on Friday, April 4, which were featured in the Tuesday, April 8, Grinds section. Her photos made all entries look so tantalizing!
The new Waipio Community Ohana voted to kill a senate bill establishing a temporary working group to help the state acquire lands in Waipio Valley during a meeting on Sunday.
A partial lane closure will occur on sections of Highway 190 from Waikoloa Junction to Puuanahulu from April 21 through July 31.
Police have located 16-year-old Reina Aldorasi of Kona, who was reported missing last year.
The Rev. Minnie Halekulani Nahaku‘elua Elderts Ka‘awaloa, an ordained minister, master lauhala weaver and community matriarch, died Thursday at her Nanawale Estates home. She was 91.
Supporters of Hilo-based Connections New Century Public Charter School were dealt last week another blow in their long-delayed effort to build a new campus in Kaumana.
For the past three and a half months, you’ve been working for Uncle Sam and his state counterpart. Let’s call her Auntie Aloha. Today, you start working for yourself.
Clad in their fiery red uniforms, Keaau Elementary students stand at the edge of Kilauea Volcano and lead a chant in honor of the goddess Pele as they prepare to hike down the Big Island crater. Across the Pacific Ocean, students from Peterson Schools in Mexico City rise in their classroom, reciting the same Hawaiian words as they watch steam billow from the crater’s vents and listen to the gusty trade winds through a live video feed.