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KAILUA-KONA Big Island educators looking to cool down their students this year have a new way to bring air conditioner units into their overheated classrooms.
HONOLULU (AP) A Hawaii woman was found guilty of negligent homicide and fleeing the scene of a fatal traffic accident three years after hitting a teenager with her car, officials said.
A humorous homespun video about a serious topic is slated to be aired Tuesday at a County Council committee meeting as the legislative body takes its first stab toward making local modifications to the International Energy Conservation Code.
The demonstrators occupying Maunakea Access Road have thinned to a skeleton crew after the start of the school year, but students and teachers still find time to return to the mountain.
Water will be turned off to a portion of Kaumana between 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Wednesday for water line work for the Piihonua-Kukuau Reservoir and transmissions improvements project, the Department of Water Supply said in a statement.
Thanks to a new instrument at Gemini Observatory, astronomers have learned more about a planet nearly 2,000 light-years from Earth.
The state Department of Land and Natural Resources and the Puna fishing community are continuing to discuss possible solutions to the landlocked Pohoiki boat ramp.
The state Departments of the Attorney General, Transportation and Hawaiian Home Lands issued a joint statement Friday affirming that Maunakea Access Road is legally under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation.
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
The state Department of Transportations Highways Division said work will begin in November on a continuous Green T intersection on Volcano Highway (Route 11) at Kipimana Street in Keaau, the entrance to Shipman Business Park.
NEW YORK Duane Dog Chapman has had a difficult past year. But following in his wifes example, he presses on.
HONOLULU The man responsible for prosecuting the mostly Native Hawaiian elders arrested for protesting construction of a giant telescope said there is no conflict of interest, even though his son works for one of the embattled projects partners.
KAILUA-KONA Laaloa, also known as Magic Sands, and Kahaluu beach parks are set to reopen today after being closed Thursday due to a shark sighting.