A Hilo jury on Thursday found a 32-year-old Hilo man guilty of first-degree attempted murder and first-degree assault in the shootings of two police officers on Jan. 2, 2013.
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Hawaii County Police Chief Harry Kubojiri declined to comment Thursday morning on allegations raised by a Honolulu attorney about the February death of a man in police custody.
A would-be bidder for Hawaii County’s waste reduction facility claims the county’s bid solicitation was designed to favor large-scale waste-to-energy incinerators.
It’s a chance to spin the wheel, buy a vowel and meet Pat Sajak and Vanna White.
Hawaii County Corporation Counsel Lincoln Ashida is taking a job with a private practice May 1, ending a nearly three-decade tenure with the county.
A David Ige supporter woke up Wednesday morning to find the campaign signs he put up Tuesday evening already were vandalized.
There are those who would argue that Sonny Vaccaro helped create the biggest problem in college sports when he began handing out money in the late ’70s to basketball coaches so players would wear Nike shoes.
Local artists Barry Brandes, bass-baritone, and Walter Greenwood, pianist, are back again for their annual spring concert.
A preliminary hearing has been set for a 25-year-old homeless man accused of abducting and sexually assaulting a 27-year-old woman.
A brushfire near Punaluu Black Sands Beach Park in Ka‘u burned through about 12 acres of undeveloped land on Tuesday evening.
A group of protesters gathered outside of Lincoln Park in downtown Hilo on Tuesday morning, sporting signs that read “Aloha not racism” and “Park for Peace.”
State officials are proposing two agreements to settle 11 of the 12 complaints against Dr. John D. Stover for medical and dental work.
Changes to flood zone maps in South Kona could mean elevations of houses as well as insurance premiums.
A Waikoloa man remained hospitalized on Oahu, while the man accused of stabbing him eight times — including once in the throat — appeared in District Court Tuesday for his preliminary hearing.
“Wheel of Fortune” will return to Hawaii Island this fall to tape four weeks of shows for its 32nd season.