Coast Guard identifies victim of fatal boating incident; nearly $29K raised to support victim’s family
U.S. Coast Guard officials Thursday identified the victim of a fatal boating incident Monday evening as a 54-year-old Kailua-Kona woman.
WAIMEA – In their fourth outing of the shortened 2022 season, the Warriors of Kamehameha may have put together their most complete performance of the year.
CHERNIHIV, Ukraine — Ukrainian leaders predicted there would be more gruesome discoveries in the days ahead after retreating Russian forces left behind crushed buildings, streets strewn with destroyed cars and mounting civilian casualties that drew condemnation from across the globe.
HONOLULU — A visitor to Hawaii fell off a cliff and died Wednesday while hiking a ridge line trail near a mountain summit on the east side of Oahu.
A 21-year-old Kona man indicted in 2019 for allegedly sexually assaulting a minor on the grounds of a South Kona public school and subsequently indicted in connection with two later, unrelated sex assaults remains in custody at the Hawaii State Hospital awaiting another competency hearing.
The UH-Hilo and Hawaii Pacific baseball teams know each other so well, which happens when you play 22 times like the two did last season.
Anyone who ever has sent a tweet with a typo — and who among us has not? — craves an edit button. So the news this week that Elon Musk plans to agitate for just such a long-neglected asset was heartening to anyone who has suffered the agony of a correctable error floating free in the Twitterverse.
In a powerful speech to the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused Russia of the “most terrible war crimes” since World War II and rightly demanded that Russia face “full accountability” for its atrocities committed during its unprovoked invasion.
KOHALA COAST — After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the ever-popular Big Island Chocolate Festival is presenting a “reimagined edition” May 13-14 at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort &Spa.
Volcano Art Center is proud to announce the exhibition ‘Reflections’ by Gary Eoff. The exhibit, which features prints, cultural reproductions and kapa, will open at the Volcano Art Center Gallery in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Saturday and will continue through May 15.
The Hilo Branch of the American Association of University Women is pleased to announce that it will once again offer scholarships to female students at UH-Hilo and Hawaii Community College.