The prosecution’s closing arguments in the murder trial of Kalani Kaohimaunu went as expected — with Deputy Prosecutor Joseph Lee saying Venus Mitchell recognized Kaohimaunu as the man who fatally shot her boyfriend, Keola Penovaroff, on Thanksgiving Day 2015.
Woman charged in Malama Market incident: She allegedly brandished gun, slapped store manager after shoplifting
A search warrant executed on a shoulder bag carried by a woman accused of a violent shoplifting incident Monday morning at Malama Market in Pahoa turned up a black pellet pistol with a CO2 cartridge that resembled a real semi-automatic pistol, according to court documents filed by police.
A Hilo Walmart store detective and a security guard told police a different story than an attempted robbery defendant about a knife the suspect had in his possession, according to court documents filed by police.
A 24-year-old Waimea woman was arrested Monday morning after an alleged robbery shortly after 9 a.m. at Malama Market in the Puna Kai Shopping Center in Pahoa.
A 24-year-old Waimea woman was arrested this morning after an alleged robbery shortly after 9 a.m. today at the Malama Market in the Puna Kai Shopping Center in Pahoa.
The recent discontinuation of a program by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that tracked COVID-19 cases aboard cruise ships and reported findings to the public has no effect on how state agencies deal with the virus on cruise ships.
A former urgent care physician whose license to practice medicine in Hawaii was forfeited in 2020 is accused of soliciting a minor for prostitution at a county beach park in Hilo.
Federal court documents outlining charges against two Hilo attorneys and a Pahoa businessman claim the trio, and a county official who has already pleaded to wrongdoing, fraudulently obtained almost $11 million in land and affordable housing credits over a six-year-plus period — without building any affordable housing.
A tour helicopter official said he’s “perplexed” Gov. Ige signed Senate Bill 3272 into law after announcing he intended to veto the measure, which requires air tour companies to report various details about each flight.
More than a year after serving as an emergency shelter for the homeless during the coronavirus epidemic, 31 of 32 micro-housing units once dubbed Hale Hanakahi are being moved from the parking lot at the NAS Pool in Hilo.
Astar-studded lineup of Big Island entertainers are coming together to put on a benefit show for one of their own, Bruddah Waltah Aipolani.
It appears that long-awaited construction on court-ordered Americans With Disabilities Act improvements at the NAS Swimming Pool near Hilo International Airport is set to begin.
Ookala Post Office to close: Users of the plantation-era site will have to get their mail in Paauilo
The Ookala Post Office is closing at the end of business on July 31, and dozens of seniors who live in the former plantation town on the Hamakua Coast will now have to go to Paauilo to get their mail.
Hawaii now has steeper fines for motorists caught who use cellphones or other mobile electronic devices while driving.
A Papaikou woman originally indicted for allegedly disseminating a pornographic video to a teenager has been convicted instead of first-degree terroristic threatening.