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Column: Helium is widely used but limited on Earth
Helium is No. 2. It is the second-lightest element on the periodic table with atomic number of two. It is the second most abundant element in the universe after hydrogens 75%, comprising 23%, the same as its abundance in the sun.
H-1 blocked again in TMT protest
While Hawaii islands Thirty Meter Telescope standoff simmered with no arrests Thursday, the protest radiated off island with rallies, legal action and a freeway traffic tie-up for the second day in a row.
Emergency edict puts Mauna Kea off-limits even to cultural practitioners, officials say
MAUNA KEA, HAWAII >> An emergency proclamation signed by Gov. David Ige means that no one will be allowed on Mauna Kea, including cultural practitioners, and National Guard troops will join other law enforcement officers in dealing with protesters attempting to stop construction of a telescope at the mountains summit, state officials said Thursday.
Contingency fund to cover contamination, HART says
The board of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation on Thursday approved paying a contractor up to $10 million to deal with contaminated groundwater found in December in an aquifer about 30 feet below a rail work site at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.
Cataluna: Ige must fear the truth about Mauna Kea
Gov. David Ige has sunk to a new low, declaring a group of unarmed, nonviolent, organized Native Hawaiians an emergency.
“Hawaii Five-0” gets blessed as it begins filming its 10th season
Cast and crew members of the Hawaii Five-0 reboot stood side by side on set at the Hawaii Film Studio at Diamond Head as they held together the ends of 10 maile lei to celebrate a milestone: the 10th season of the popular television show.
Kokua Line: Use national website to find vital records from outside Hawaii
Qu estion : My wife and I have lived in Hawaii for years, but neither of us were born here and weve both been married more than once and lived all over. This whole Real ID thing is a hassle for people like us life hasnt been a straight line We dont have our paperwork tied up in a bow. I dont know where to begin to replace the documents we need.
Katherine Kealoha’s attorney seeks delays in trials
The new court-appointed lawyer for former Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha on Thursday asked for a delay in her upcoming trials.
Air Force and Army practice aeromedical evacuation
A Mississippi Air National Guard C-17 cargo aircraft flew from Hickam Field to Kalaeloa Airport on Thursday to pick up simulated wounded troops who had been transported from a notional battlefield by an Army Black Hawk helicopter.
Ferd Lewis: UH’s Coolen rewarded with 3 more seasons
Nanci Coolens dream is to someday travel the breadth of the U.S. in an RV when her husband, Bob, retires from the University of Hawaii.
Argo is first to complete Transpac race
Argo was the first yacht to complete the Transpacific Yacht Race, crossing the finish line off Diamond Head on Wednesday at 8:52 p.m.
Hawaii jobless rate remains steady at 2.8%
Hawaiis unemployment rate continues to flatline.
Rearview Mirror: Minister’s inspirational thoughts about real life captivated readers
The Rev. Paul Sutekichi Osumi wrote a short, inspirational column six days a week in The Honolulu Advertiser from 1957 to 1993 named Todays Thought.
Letter: Gabbard misses the vote on important issues
Once again U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has missed the boat I mean vote. So far this year she has missed 24.1% of the House votes. This gives her the ninth-worst record for voting this year.
Letter: Don’t blame liquor store for homeless problem
State Sen. Karl Rhoads letter saying that Maunakea Liquor & Grocery needs to go, while pandering to his constituents from whom he has claimed to have received complaints, offers an easy target as a solution without addressing the real problem facing Chinatown: the homeless.
Letter: Turn down loud volume on night sirens, please
Please consider turning the decibel level down on emergency vehicles in the middle of the night. I value the commitment to around-the-clock service and safety, but there are many citizens who are sleeping in the middle of the night. We would like a good nights uninterrupted sleep.
Letter: KA‘I program empowers youth to become leaders
Mahalo to Iolani School and Allison Ishii Blankenship, director of the KAI program, for raising the bar in our community (Free program at Iolani School helps Palolo students succeed, Star-Advertiser, July 14) . Students at Jarrett Middle and Kaimuki High have been empowered with leadership skills and new perspectives.
Letter: Keep up protests against caging of children
After the Lights for Liberty rally, what? We gather, we sign wave, we listen to speeches. Now what?