PAHOA: The issue of squatters has been discussed at length in the community, especially in Puna where business leaders, community organizations and elected officials have been brainstorming solutions to the problem.
HILO – According to defendants seeking Ho’oponopono following their April 2 arrests on Mauna Kea, the opposing parties have yet to participate in the Hawaiian cultural mediation process.
x https://youtu.be/_YA9yxIZ3H0 HAWAII ISLAND – Both sides in the Mauna Kea 31 court case are considering ho’oponopono – the traditional Hawaiian process of reconciliation – as an alternative to trial. Another round of court appearances took place in Waimea on Thursday, June 18th, as part of the legal process following the arrest of 31 people […]
HILO, Hawaii – The third annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” was held on Saturday. The event was organized by the YWCA Hawaii Island, and invited leaders from various organizations to try on a pair of women’s shoes for a one mile walk around Hilo. A similar event was held on the Kona side […]
UPDATE (October 17, 2013) EDITOR’S NOTE: Since this story was posted, we spoke to the owners of the dogs on the property off Lindsey Road (shown in Ethan’s video) and they tell us their dogs were not the ones who attacked the woman who was at the meeting, nor did their dogs kill the victim’s dog. […]
by David Corrigan HILO, Hawaii – In observance of Denim Day, the Zonta Club of Hilo and the County of Hawaii Prosecutor’s Office gathered at the King Kamehameha statue at Hilo Bay Front Wednesday afternoon, to stand up against sexual violence. The groups joined other men and women around the world in wearing denim to […]
The following testimony was submitted by Hawaii County Prosecutor Mitch Roth in support of HB 197 HD2 SD1 before the Senate Committee on Ways and Means The Office of the Prosecuting Attorney for the county of Hawaii supports HB 197, HD2, SD1 and in particular funding of the proposed Kona Judiciary Complex. Our deputy prosecutors serve […]
Video By David Corrigan, voice of Stephanie Salazar HILO, Hawaii: Behind the scenes, at the staging area of the Veterans Day parade in Hilo, military and civilian organizations alike swarm around the Kamehameha Statue, putting last minute finishing touches on floats and cars. Tents go up, and cadets get a little more practice in, before […]
This video is part of an Election Wrap Special by Big Island Video News, video by David Corrigan, Voice of Stephanie Salazar HILO, Hawaii: Hawaii County Corporation Counsel Lincoln Ashida had a strong showing on primary election night in his bid for County Prosecuting Attorney… his 19,771 votes were not enough to break the 51% […]
HILO, Hawaii: The next head of the island’s largest law firm – the office of the Prosecuting Attorney – will be chosen in the upcoming election. The League of Women Voters of Hawaii County joined forces with and American Association of University Women, hosting this a forum at Aunty Sally’s Lu’au Hale in Hilo on […]