A man on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist list may be hiding on the Big Island, the agency believes.
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The state Board of Land and Natural Resources will consider a proposal Friday to use an old pipeline to transport biofuel from ships docked at Hilo Harbor.
Police are searching for a 17-year-old Hilo girl who was reported missing.
Police discovered human remains early Monday evening in South Kohala.
A South Kohala factory is up for auction, before it ever was used for production.
A marlin-tracking effort that started as an homage to the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament is providing the basis for a year-long West Hawaii Explorations Academy science project.
Hawaii County officials have downsized proposed improvements to Alii Drive, while still attempting to create a wider space for pedestrians walking on the mauka side of the road fronting the Kona Islander Inn and the Kona Alii condo building.
The Hawaii State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations expects statewide employment will jump 4 percent by 2015.
A bill that would allow so-called “sustainable living research sites” skirt county building codes in Maui and Hawaii counties is moving through the state Legislature despite opposition from several state agencies and an ethics complaint against the bill’s sponsor.
The owners of a sprawling mansion in Ninole hope that a no-minimum-bid auction to be held later this month will generate a hefty payday.
A police officer who responded to provide backup to two officers shot in the line of duty early last year in Hilo provided jurors his recollection of events Monday in Hilo Circuit Court.
In 2013, 1,583,209 people visited Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, an increase of 6.7 percent from 2012, according to data released Monday by the National Park Service.
A student researcher at the University of Hawaii at Hilo found that an herbicide previously used at Richardson Beach Park is potentially hazardous to nearby seaweed, or limu.
Kohala Kai developers were finally successful Friday relieving County Council members’ trepidation over approving a public easement through the luxury subdivision after assuring them the historical Ala Loa trail would be protected.
As of Friday, the following individuals are wanted by the Hawaii Police Department because of outstanding warrants: