The partial closure of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park does not appear to be keeping tourists away from Volcano, to the relief of businesses that depend on them.
KEALAKEKUA — A Kailua-Kona man incarcerated on Oahu will undergo a physical exam as part of a bid to reduce his five-year sentence to probation in order to seek medical care.
The Hawaii County Council is being asked to add projects related to damage caused by recent disasters to the capital budget and accept funds for a recovery plan for Puna.
BURLINGTON, N.C. (AP) — A lion killed a young worker at a wildlife conservatory Sunday after it got loose from a locked space, the center said.
The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, provides crucial financial aid to nearly 40 million impoverished Americans. The subsidy comes with strings attached, however, including the requirement that able-bodied adults without dependents work or train for employment at least part time if jobs are reasonably easy to find.
KEAAU – Kamehameha’s Kilohana Haasenritter learned early on in football that jumping over would-be tacklers wasn’t going to get him where he wanted to go.
It was not the early Christmas present Hilo High’s Kalen White envisioned.
This was always going to be the year of the committee for Hilo High’s offense.
Earth has made another revolution around the sun and, as we get set to ring in 2019, it’s time to look back at the year that was 2018.
President Donald Trump sought to deflect blame for the deaths of two Guatemalan children in U.S. custody by claiming they were “very sick” when they arrived, even though immigration authorities have said both children passed initial health checks.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court began its term with the tumultuous confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, followed by a studied avoidance of drama on the high court bench — especially anything that would divide the five conservatives and four liberals.
KAILUA-KONA — For the first time in 25 years, Hawaii Island farmers are exporting avocado to the mainland in earnest.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon hotel said it fired two of its employees for mistreatment of a black guest who was talking on his phone in the lobby when he was asked to leave a week ago.
Saturnina “Nina” Mesiona Bolos, 86, of Keaau died Nov. 22 at home. Born in Waipahu, Oahu, she was a former field and cannery worker for Del Monte and homemaker. Visitation 9-10:30 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 5) at Dodo Mortuary Chapel. Funeral service at 10:30 a.m. Cremation to follow. Casual attire. Survived by children, Zola (Leonard) Labrador of Keaau, Alexander (Jann) Bolos of Oahu, Steven Bolos of Keaau, Warren Bolos of Greenville, S.C., Louisa Cobb-Adams, Gerlyn (Elson, Sr.) Kalawe of Pahoa and Dean Bolos of Keaau; daughters-in-law, Ronda Bolos and Desiree Bolos of Keaau; brothers, Don (Winona) Mesiona, Patrick Mesiona and David (Paulette) Mesiona of Oahu; sisters, Rosie (Bonifacio) Taneca of Philippines, Linda (Colin) China of Mililani, Oahu, Laura (Leonard) Tangonan of Waipahu, Sharyn (James) Starr of Oahu, Renona (Jorge) Morales of Florida, Cheryl Drew of Ohio and Roberta (Phil) Larry of Oahu; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.