MAUNA KEA >> About three dozen activists gathered at the main gate of the Pohakuloa Training Area on Wednesday to protest continued bombing and shelling on the sprawling U.S. Army base, which regularly hosts life-fire training exercises for Hawaii-based soldiers and Marines.
Navy officials said Thursday that they’re committed to finding a way to install a secondary containment system around their massive, underground fuel tanks at Red Hill where 27,000 gallons of fuel leaked in 2014 — and if they can’t, they will remove the fuel around the year 2045.
State lawmakers, grappling with how to stop an unprecedented rise in vaping among Hawaii youth, will consider a statewide ban of flavored electronic cigarettes again next legislative session amid a growing outbreak of lung illnesses nationwide.
News broke this week that the long-suffering, recently convicted Louis Kealoha had filed for divorce from his currently incarcerated wife, and it was as if the whole island stopped in the middle of the high school cafeteria, turned to their best friend and said in a tone of shock and disbelief, “Oh my gaaaaa! I thought they was going be 2-gether 4-ever!”
Question: I received a letter supposedly from the U.S. District Court that tells me to complete a Federal Juror Qualification Questionnaire online within 10 days. I am nearly 89 years old and nearly disabled. I don’t have a computer. Is this a legitimate inquiry?
The Big West Conference preseason media poll and all-conference team ballot sits in the inbox posing more questions today where the University of Hawaii basketball team is concerned than it did when it arrived earlier this week.