Extended furlough inmate Jason Cantan turned himself in at Hawaii Community Correctional Center in Hilo at 11 a.m. today.
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When she was 16 years old, Kathy Higaki took on what was supposed to be a simple, part-time job after school.
A 63-year-old Michigan man was killed Sunday after allegedly being struck by an on-duty Hawaii Police Department officer in what the Hawaii County Fire Department described as a hit-and-run incident on Waikoloa Road in South Kohala.
For years, Dr. Craig Kadooka has has been trying to convince his patients to get more exercise.
Dozens of Big Island motorcyclists revved their engines and took to the road Sunday morning in memory of three teens killed in a Valentine’s Day crash.
A 31-year-old Hilo man is hospitalized in critical condition after a police-involved shooting late Saturday night in downtown Hilo, police said.
Following an outcry from local landscapers, Hawaii County postponed implementing a program requiring commercial operators to haul their green waste to the landfills rather than dumping it at transfer stations.
Photos by HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald.
Two years ago, Julian Beymer couldn’t communicate. He couldn’t speak his name, count, recite the alphabet or say “mommy.” He has a hearing loss and could have learned American Sign Language. But that’s not what his family wanted.
The Hawaii Board of Land and Natural Resources approved Friday a pair of lease extensions for Uncle Billy’s Hilo Hotel and the Country Club condominiums.
HAWAII NATIONAL PARK (AP) — The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory’s chief scientist will step aside next month to focus on research.
A felony terroristic threatening charge filed against a Hawaii Police Department sergeant following a domestic dispute at a Kapaau home in late January was dropped.
Union-negotiated pay hikes and federal and state mandates contributed to a workaday county budget expected to rise 4.3 percent to $434.7 million next year.
A 485-acre tract of North Kohala land on the road to Pololu Valley is set to be sold.
During the past five years, the invasive coffee berry borer caused damage to Hawaii Island coffee farms, which has led to financial losses for farmers and those who sell it, declines in production, as well as damage to the quality of beans.