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The second named tropical cyclone in the 2019 Pacific hurricane season is now the second hurricane, as well.
On a recent sunny morning at the University of Hawaii at Hilos Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center in Keaukaha, research manager Daniel Wilkie showed off a spat of small but growing oysters, each not much bigger than a pebble.
Fisheries officers from Kosrae, Micronesia, recently toured the University of Hawaii at Hilos Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center to learn more about aquaculture efforts in Hawaii.
Independence Day is set to go off with a bang.
PUU WAAWAA Tucked among the old-time paniolo ranches in North Kona is a cutting-edge ranch of a different kind.
Gov. David Ige passed a bill this week codifying a policy to eliminate traffic fatalities statewide through better traffic engineering and emergency response strategies.
Police say a 34-year-old Pahoa man was arrested after he was discovered passed out in a stolen car early Thursday morning.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park announces the following upcoming flight plans for July 2019:
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