A 68-year-old Hilo man pleaded guilty Friday to first-degree theft for stealing more than $45,000 from two Big Island churches.
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As technology evolves, so do con artists and their scams designed to separate the vulnerable from their life savings.
The pending sale of 5,880 acres of land in Ka‘u is leaving coffee farmers anxious.
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Mango Medical, a primary care medical group based in Waimea, opened a new clinic in Ocean View.
Airlines have been paring back on their seats to Hawaii, while ticket prices have been inching up, Hawaii Tourism Authority Vice President for Brand Management David Uchiyama said Friday.
A yearlong investigation by the state Attorney General’s Office has cleared University of Hawaii Associate Vice President for Capital Improvements Brian Minaai of all wrongdoing involving the construction of UH-Hilo’s new student dormitory.
Community organizations and cultural practitioners have struggled for decades to restore traditional fishpond systems because of a burdensome, slow and expensive regulatory process. Too many permits are required from too many agencies, forcing applicants to negotiate a complex maze of paperwork and review, which can take years to complete.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a stolen pickup truck.
Hawaii County has a new legislative auditor.
Hawaii County’s effort to register farms growing genetically modified crops was put on hold Friday.
A Kona man was arrested early Thursday for boating under the influence.
A Hilo Circuit Court judge put Hawaii County’s registration program for genetically modified crops on hold Friday.
A bill that would create a public funding program for state House elections is getting mixed reviews.
Police are renewing their request for the public’s help in identifying a suspect wanted for the attempted robbery of a bank in Hilo in January.