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Hilo Sen. Lorraine Inouye urged Gov. David Ige in a letter to uphold the law and move forward with the Thirty Meter Telescope project despite the current standoff on Maunakea Access Road.
Big Island beekeepers are buzzing.
A case of a misidentified bicycle ended in an hours-long helicopter search for a Hilo woman in the waters of Hilo Bay on Thursday.
HONOLULU A Marine stationed in Hawaii faces a military hearing this week after officials say he tried to enter an Air Force base while off-duty and heavily armed in his home state of Nebraska.
Some opposition to the Thirty Meter Telescope is being fueled by prominent people celebrities, musicians and politicians who have offered their support to the Maunakea protectors via social media.
Building a house on Hawaii Island just got a lot more complicated and more expensive because the county missed a deadline to enact local exemptions to a strict new statewide energy code.
KAILUA-KONA Judging by all the smiles and laughter, it was a perfect day on the water for the Joy Mills-Ferren Memorial Surf for Special Needs Saturday at Kahaluu Beach.
A state senator has argued that state Department of Transportation might not have jurisdiction over the Maunakea Access Road, potentially complicating efforts to build the Thirty Meter Telescope.
KAILUA-KONA The Queens Health Systems has a filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit over billing filed in June by Kaiser Health Foundation.
HONOLULU Bidding was drawing to a close Friday for a basketball jersey believed to have been worn by President Barack Obama.
Officials grapple with pedestrian dangers on Oahu