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Two telescopes on Maunakea scheduled for decommissioning are expected to be removed from the summit by 2023.
HONOLULU A mother arrested in Hawaii over the disappearance of her two Idaho children wants a judge to reconsider her $5 million bail.
Hawaiian Electric is hosting public meetings providing an opportunity for residents to learn about the companys efforts to reach clean energy milestones and take part in the companys Integrated Grid Planning conversation.
WAILUKU, Maui Firefighters in Hawaii have been unable to completely extinguish a large brush fire on an uninhabited island used for military bombing practice for decades because of explosive material in the area.
COVID-19, the recently identified respiratory illness that has infected thousands in China and elsewhere around the world, could bring considerable but uncertain risk to Hawaiis tourism and economy in the coming year, according to a forecast published Monday by the University of Hawaiis Economic Research Organization.
Saturday marks the end of a temporary promise by the Thirty Meter Telescope to not attempt construction on Maunakea, but it is still unclear what, if anything, will happen in the coming weeks.
A bill to fund an ambulance for the Makalei Fire Station remains alive with a make-or-break Senate committee vote scheduled for this afternoon.
MILILANI Two 16-year-olds were stabbed and seriously wounded at an Oahu high school Monday.
HONOLULU Officials have identified two people killed when their single-engine plane crashed at an airport northwest of Honolulu over the weekend.
HONOLULU Hawaii is bracing for 50,000 to 70,000 cases of flu this year. But a surge in influenza has been complicated by fears of the new virus that started in China.
For the first time in five years, no new bill in the state Legislature will seek to create an independent Hawaii airports corporation.
Research on the Big Islands coastal erosion, led by a University of Hawaii at Hilo graduate student, is being used to shape county planning policies.
Kona came out to support the 13th annual Community Cares fundraising event Saturday at Makaeo Pavilion.