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Hawaii County crime isn’t on the rise. But the prosecutor says residents are justifiably upset by a clogged criminal justice system.
North Kona residents have been forced to curtail water use to essentials like cooking and drinking.
The complaint claims the company is violating the Clean Water Act by fouling ocean-bound gulches with animal waste.
Bolstered by a mobile slaughterhouse and new butcher shops, the fledgling industry is trying to keep it all local in Hawaii County.
A recent change in securities law allows companies to offer stocks and bonds through Kickstarter-like websites.
Big Island activists have for years unsuccessfully prodded officials to install toilets on the ancient Kaawaloa trail to the Captain Cook Monument.
The deadly fungus is continuing to sweep through the forest but new containment practices are promising.
A couple lost their son in a hiking fall 20 years ago. They turned their grief into a memorial foundation raising money for lifeguards and firefighters.
Addressing some key issues raised by readers about the publication of a video showing the Big Island mayor giving a profanity-laced toast.