In the second BIIF golf meet of 2022, Waiakea was again the team to beat on a windy Wednesday at Waikoloa Resort.
Aaron Davies is in this for the long haul but ready to think small.
Justin Pascua’s home run was deep in its own right, Honokaa baseball coach Devin Joaquin said, hitting a supply shed next to the softball field at Konawaena.
A 24-year-old Hilo man faces seven charges, five of them felonies, after a series of domestic incidents.
Police are seeking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect responsible for an early Wednesday morning armed robbery at a Captain Cook gas station.
It was a trial by fire for Mayor Mitch Roth and his new administration in late 2020 when he took office during the midst of a global pandemic and uncertain economic times.
MOSTYSKA, Ukraine — Russia’s invasion has displaced half of Ukraine’s children. On a hospital bed in a town close to the border with Poland, a little girl with a long blonde braid and dressed in pink is one of them.
KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine accused Moscow of forcibly removing hundreds of thousands of civilians from shattered Ukrainian cities to Russia to pressure Kyiv to give up, while President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged his country to keep up its military defense and not stop “even for a minute.”
Marvin Isaac Banasky, 76, of Mountain View died Feb. 27 at Hilo Medical Center. Born in Portland, Ore. and he was a plumbing supply salesman and grew tropical plants, including bananas and heliconias. Private services held. Survived by wife, Veatrius “Vee” Cress of Mountain View; son, Stanley Lanning; daughters, Janet Frank and Anna Dougherty; sister, Rebecca Smilovitz; 10 grandchildren. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
WASHINGTON — The House committee investigating the Capitol riot said Thursday that it had set a vote for next week to consider contempt of Congress charges for two aides of former President Donald Trump.
HONOLULU — A woman pleaded not guilty to charges accusing her and her husband of trafficking a mother and teenaged girl from Guam to Hawaii, taking away their passports and beating them.
BRUSSELS — President Joe Biden and Western allies pledged new sanctions and humanitarian aid on Thursday in response to Vladimir Putin’s assault on Ukraine, but their offers fell short of the more robust military assistance that President Volodymyr Zelenskyy pleaded for in a pair of live-video appearances.
WASHINGTON — After more than 30 hours of hearings, the Senate is on track to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court. But Democrats seem unlikely to confirm her with a robust bipartisan vote, dashing President Joe Biden’s hopes for a grand reset after partisan battles over other high court nominees.
NEW DELHI — The company behind a COVID-19 vaccine touted as a key tool for the developing world has sent tens of millions of doses to wealthy nations but provided none yet to the U.N.-backed effort to supply poorer countries, a sign that inequity persists in the global response to the pandemic.
A second insider in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer told jurors Thursday that the group was prepared to use a grenade launcher and machine gun to fight security officers at her vacation home.
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea said Friday it test-fired its biggest-yet intercontinental ballistic missile under the orders of leader Kim Jong Un, who vowed to expand the North’s “nuclear war deterrent” while preparing for a “long-standing confrontation” with the United States.
More than 30 Senate Republicans recently voted against a measure sought by President Joe Biden to increase military aid to help Ukraine resist Russia’s invasion. Now, most of those senators are excoriating Biden for not doing enough to help Ukraine. What’s wrong with this picture?