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Green says improved response in Lahaina could have saved lives as key questions remain unanswered
26 days ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
City: Explosive device suspected in major vandalism at city park bathroom
3 months ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
Weeks before a fatal shooting at a Hawaii Boy Scouts camp, the Boy Scouts of America warned leaders at the organization about some 30 shootings at sanctioned events since 2018.
3 months ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
After a three-month pause, Kilauea volcano started erupting again at Halemaumau Crater early Wednesday, sending up lava fountains at the summit as high as 200 feet.
More than 1,000 humpbacks sighted over the weekend during volunteer whale count
6 months ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
On Hawaii Island, a desperate request to house traveling nurses key to patient care
7 months ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
Honolulu police chief pleads with drivers to slow down after ‘rough week’ on Oahu’s roads
7 months ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
3 female employees file suit against MPD, alleging gender discrimination and harassment
8 months ago by AZB to /s/Freedom from hawaiinewsnow.com
Proposed ban on concealed weapons at ‘sensitive places’ moves forward at Council
10 months ago by ATOWN to /s/Freedom from hawaiinewsnow.com
Man faces charges after dog caught on camera harassing Hawaiian monk seal
11 months ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
Navy proposes defueling Red Hill but keeping tanks in place for ‘beneficial reuse’
11 months ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
Police: Hawaii Island teen abducted from beach found safe; suspect in custody
1 year ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
Hawaii has over 850K registered voters... but barely 35% of them actually voted
1 year ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
The state Department of Health says it will reject the Navy’s plan to defuel the Red Hill underground fuel storage tanks, citing a lack of details.
‘Last fishing village in Hawaii’ keeps its title as new rules are adopted
Hawaii renter sues after cameras show landlord using drugs in her unit, rummaging in her refrigerator
1 year ago by Hawaii to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
Ugly ass Flash actor arrested again in Hawaii
1 year ago by IkeConn to /s/Schadenfreude from hawaiinewsnow.com
After less than 2 months on the job, Maui’s police chief is asking for a big raise
1 year ago by moola2 to /s/Freedom from hawaiinewsnow.com
Calling artists! State opens entries for game bird stamp competition
By working together, pandemic-battered farmers hope to grow state’s agricultural footprint
HPD officer facing criminal probe after near-fatal crash previously accused of civil rights violations
A Maui police detective is breaking the code of silence to expose what he says is corruption and abuse of power in the Maui Police Department. The allegations include the kidnapping of a patrolman for interrogation by other officers.
2 years ago by Hawaii to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
Rainbow Drive-In celebrates 60 years by giving back to the community
Eradication efforts underway after highly invasive ‘devil weed’ found on Hawaii Island
2 years ago by Hawaii to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
Another visitor to Hawaii has been arrested for allegedly using a fake vaccine card to fly to the islands. On the card was one major error that was a red flag for authorities: “Moderna” was misspelled as “Maderna,” court documents allege.
Critics question why Ige is asking visitors to stay away, but keeping popular attractions open
The Honolulu City Council is scheduled Tuesday to vote on a resolution to remove the famous Haiku Stars, also known as Stairway to Heaven.
Maunawili Falls Trail, battered by crowds of hikers, to close for 2-year repair project: “There’s 1,000 people a weekend that use this little trail. It’s really buss up. Diapers being left, shishi in their yard, sitting on their wall having a picnic, it gets to be like a mini war zone.”
2 years ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
The board chairman of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation abruptly resigned Friday two years before the end of his term. HART said Toby Martyn decided to leave the the rail authority for “personal reasons.”
In big step for Aloha Stadium, Hawaii agency takes lead to develop ‘entertainment district’
Diamond Head, like many other sites, is slammed with tourists. So what can the state do?
Oʻahu hālau Kawailiʻulā, under the direction of kumu hula Chinky Mahoe, was named the overall winner of the 2021 Merrie Monarch Festival on Saturday night.
2 years ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
Sister of teen killed by officers makes threats that could lead to more legal trouble: “Watch me find ways to kill urs (sic) then you,” wrote Nia Sykap. “Oh someone’s got kids ... yessir. Hope y’all’s wife can fight too.”
A bystander captured video Wednesday afternoon of a dramatic rescue on Hawaii Island after a vehicle plunged into waters off Wailoa Harbor.
With added color and sound, images of old Hawaii are brought to life for modern audience
Prostitution raids have stopped in Honolulu since new city Prosecutor Steve Alm took over this year. In a statement, he said the raids didn’t “meaningfully address the root cause of the problem: Human trafficking” and so plans to re-focus his efforts.
GRAPHIC: Hawaii teen recounts shark bite off Oahu that will leave him with a ‘sick scar’
Hawaii’s ban on coral-harming sunscreens goes into effect New Year’s Day
2 years ago by at11 to /s/whatever from hawaiinewsnow.com
Video appears to show officers laughing over 73-year-old woman's violent arrest
2 years ago by Drewski to /s/PoliceMisconduct from hawaiinewsnow.com
HPD criticized for not releasing body cam footage in wake of fatal officer-involved shootings
2 years ago by VTC to /s/whatever from hawaiinewsnow.com
Hawaii police chiefs defend themselves on video, but won’t take reporters’ questions
2 years ago by cbw to /s/whatever from hawaiinewsnow.com
Senate passes bill to ban foreigner home purchases
2 years ago by purselady to /s/whatever from hawaiinewsnow.com
A Big Island teen with non-verbal autism has contracted rat lungworm disease and doctors say he could have gotten the brain invading parasite from contaminated water.
A collaborative effort to paint a large mural at the Old Stadium Park in Honolulu will begin this week. The mural will showcase the history of Moilili and will be displayed on a wall on the park’s mauka end.
Khmer Rouge survivor’s memories: Too horrific to recall, too important to forget
2 years ago by extrovert19 to /s/whatever from hawaiinewsnow.com
The World Surf League just launched an online petition drive under the banner “We Are One Ocean.” “We’re calling for 30% marine protected areas by 2030,” said Reece Pacheco, WSL’s senior vice president of Ocean Responsibility.
Out of work? Now’s your chance to learn a new trade for free
3 years ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
Baby Hawaiian green sea turtles are beginning to emerge from the sand at Bellows Beach to begin their journey into the ocean. It’s the first-ever documented birth of the threatened species of honu at the Marine Base Training Area Bellows.
‘Inexcusable’ lack of cooperation: Some state agencies are being accused of stonewalling auditors who were trying to improve the Department of Health’s contact tracing program.
The governor has approved a new “stay-at-home” order for Oahu starting Thursday at 12:01 a.m., officials announced in a news conference. The order, which was described as similar to the order issued in March, will remain in effect for two weeks.
A Hawaii man accused of tormenting a Utah family for more than a year by using the internet to send more than 500 people to their house for unwanted services including food deliveries, repairs, tow trucks, locksmiths, plumbers and prostitutes pleaded guilty Monday to one count of cyberstalking.
The mayor of Hawaii County has said the state will not be ready to reopen to tourists Sept. 1 or accept university students from outside the state by Aug. 24.
3 years ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
Environmental watchdogs are raising alarms about the state’s use of the herbicide Roundup in one of Oahu’s largest irrigation systems.
Alleged organized crime boss Michael Miske pleaded not guilty Thursday to 17 felony charges, including murder-for-hire, as federal prosecutors seek to argue that he poses a “grave danger” to the community and should remain in custody as he awaits trial.
Following a years-long federal investigation, authorities executed raids across Oahu on Wednesday morning and arrested Hawaii businessman Mike Miske as part of a 22-count indictment.
Two cherished artifacts once gifted to Captain Cook in the 18th century can once again call Hawaii home. An ʻahu ʻula and mahiole, (feather cloak and traditional helmet) once owned by Hawaiian Chief Kalani’opu’u will be held in trust by Bishop Museum.
For 3 decades, the Big Island’s ‘Turtle Man’ has been helping save endangered honu
The Hawaii Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Department of Hawaiian Homelands waiting list that could result in the state paying millions of dollars to beneficiaries.
Some of Abigail Kawananakoa’s items are going up for auction. That’s raising concerns
The head of Damien Memorial School was relieved of his duties on Thursday, hours after it was reported that he had dismissed as many as 20 of the school’s faculty and staff members.
A wallaby that was found at a home in Nuuanu Tuesday morning is now in the care of the state Department of Land and Natural Resources, officials said.
Hawaii County’s mayor has issued new guidance enabling short term vacation rentals to begin operating again following a forced closure resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, but said the rule applies only to renters not subject to mandatory 14-day quarantines.
Good news, parents (and kids): Playgrounds and outdoor exercise equipment at city parks will reopen Friday.
Artists team up with Kamehameha Schools to post signs of hope & aloha
An apparent cult leader arrested on the Big Island this week remains behind bars, unable to make bail.
Locals take back tourist-free Waikiki during pandemic
Hawaii County firefighters rescued a hiker after she ran into trouble near the Kaawalii Stream at about 4:15 p.m. Sunday.
Agriculture, energy may hold the key to a self-sustaining Hawaii economy
Video spotlighting life and journey of Big Island surfer up for big award
State’s emergency order requires everyone to wear face masks at essential businesses
3 years ago by pmc to /s/news from hawaiinewsnow.com
A cinema in the heart of Lihue will soon close its doors for good — an apparent business fatality of the COVID-19 crisis.
Unemployment claims soar as tourism comes to a standstill, business close
3 years ago by dcjogger to /s/news from hawaiinewsnow.com
The state Department of Transportation is trying to quash a spreading rumor about Hawaii’s ports. Their message: All docks are open and shipments continue.
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Hawaii from hawaiinewsnow.com
Another top city official has reached out to a federal judge just days before former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha is scheduled to be sentenced for his crimes.
The pilot and six passengers onboard a helicopter that crashed in Puna on Thursday have been accounted for, authorities confirmed.
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/BigIsland from hawaiinewsnow.com
Big Island adventurer finds what appear to be live bombs in a lava field: "Once and awhile, people will find a little mortar round or a grenade. Well, I found a 600 pound bomb."