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Scenes from the Second Annual Hawaiian Honey Festival Saturday morning at Nani Mau Gardens.
A Kona man has been charged with 16 offenses stemming from a car break-in on Oct. 28.
It was a long was to drive for a free turkey, but for Ka‘u resident Mary Lou Otero, the trip was well worth it.
Two South Kohala men have been charged with felonies after an illegal weapon was offered for sale online, police said.
DENVER — Big-name ski resorts might give you bragging rights when you go back to the office, but lesser-known mountains can give you something else: less crowded slopes, shorter lift lines and even outlets for Crock Pots.
ORLANDO, Fla. — How would you like to ride an elevator 120 feet up in the air, then flip head over heels six times as the lift plummets back down to the ground? Or fight good and evil with a laser blaster while dodging a lifelike, creepy-looking Joker?
NEW YORK — The good news for Thanksgiving travelers: the price of gas is at five-year lows. The bad news: a lot more people will be on the road.
The Hawai‘i Community Foundation recently launched HousingASAP, a three-year, $4 million partnership that will aim to provide stable housing to homeless families faster.
Home sales have not ceased in lower Puna since residents began bracing for the June 27 lava flow.
Thanksgiving is a mere four days away, the official start of the holiday season and the time of year when folks celebrate with family and friends, reflecting upon the people and things they’re truly grateful for in their lives.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama’s expansive executive action on immigration is good for the U.S. economy — just not as good as partnering with Congress on broader reforms.
WASHINGTON — U.S. troops in Afghanistan may once again engage Taliban fighters, not just al-Qaida terrorists, under new guidelines quietly approved by President Barack Obama, administration officials say.
Cleanup begins after huge snow in Buffalo