Hawaii County Fire Department rescue personnel have recovered what they believe to be the body of a missing 13-year-old boy who went cliff diving on Sunday near Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area.
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Police are investigating a warehouse and office burglary at the Island Princess Macadamia Nut facility in Keaau.
Police and Fire personnel responded to Waiakea Intermediate School this afternoon 1:08 p.m. for a reported hazardous odor which resulted in at least one person complaining of dizziness.
Laaloa Beach park in Kailua-Kona has been closed due to a shark sighting.
Police are seeking a suspect in the Tuesday robbery of a convenience store near Prince Kuhio Plaza in Hilo.
The June 27 lava flow was about 0.9 miles from Highway 130 on Wednesday morning after advancing about 220 yards in the past day, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy celebrated Friday a groundbreaking for a permanent facility on campus.
The active front of the June 27 lava flow continued marching down the steepest path of descent Tuesday, still headed in the direction of the Pahoa Marketplace, albeit moving a bit slower than in days past.
The Hawaii Fire Department continued searching Tuesday for a 13-year-old boy who jumped off a cliff Sunday into the ocean near Hapuna Beach Park.
The first shops began to shutter, while many others prepared to follow suit, Tuesday at Pahoa Marketplace as the June 27 lava flow continued its approach less than a mile away.
The June 27 lava flow was about 1 mile from Highway 130 as of Tuesday morning, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
Rescue crews Monday still were searching for a missing 13-year-old boy who jumped off a cliff Sunday at Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area and failed to resurface.
PAHOA — Could the June 27 lava flow be bridged?
A Big Island man and woman will stand trial on charges of meth trafficking, among other drug offenses, after being arrested last week allegedly in possession of more than a pound of illegal narcotics at Kona International Airport.
With three new council members weighing in for the first time, the Hawaii County Council on Wednesday is scheduled to decide whether to appeal a federal court ruling overturning the county’s ban on growing genetically modified crops in open-air conditions.