A Honolulu law firm has filed a trio of product liability civil lawsuits this month on behalf of three Big Island men against the chemical giant Monsanto Co. in Hilo Circuit Court.
A 31-year old Mountain View woman facing numerous drug and firearms charges after allegedly attempting to flee from police Nov. 11 in Fern Acres subdivision remains in custody at Hawaii Community Correctional Center, unable to post $144,000 bail.
Felony charges of first-degree theft and second-degree forgery against a Hilo attorney have been dropped.
Emergency responders and family members are searching again today for a 44-year-old Honaunau man who was last seen and heard from early Wednesday afternoon when his Jeep became disabled in the Keanakolu Area, about 16-18 miles up Mana Road, which runs up Maunakea from Waimea.
Gov. David Ige announced today that the pre-travel COVID-19 testing program will extend to visitors from Canada.
For more than four decades, Larry Kadooka was the eye of Hawaii Island.
A judge on Wednesday reduced bail from $147,000 to $80,000 for a 44-year-old Waimea man accused of breaking into a vehicle Monday, stealing a wallet with bank cards and using them at several Waimea business establishments.
Democrat Joy San Buenaventura won her bid Tuesday for the District 2 state Senate seat representing Puna and a portion of Ka‘u, although the first election results with news of her victory weren’t released until 11:25 p.m. because long lines caused lengthy delays at polling places, especially at Kapolei Hale on Oahu.