UH astronomers have detected a “rhythm of life” among a puzzling class of stellar objects.
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By “listening” to the “beating hearts” of stars, an international team of astronomers, including researchers from the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy (UH IfA), detected a rhythm of life for a class of stellar objects that puzzled scientists until now.
A Big Island astronomer will appear today on a national TV series aimed at encouraging young girls to consider futures in STEM careers.
HONOLULU — State lawmakers plan to set aside more than half of the money the state received in federal coronavirus relief money to bolster the state’s unemployment insurance fund.
Staff from two Hawaii Island hospitals made it outside Thursday to see the Hawaii Air National Guard and 15th Wing Active Duty Airmen from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam perform a flyover in a salute to all frontline workers battling COVID-19.
After making strides to reduce agricultural theft and vandalism in Hawaii, a program recently created by the Department of Agriculture to curb the problem may be in its final days.
Kapua Kaulia, 37, has been attending Hawaii Community College’s Palamanui campus for three years. This week, she will become the first in her family to graduate from college.
The state Department of Health reported one new positive case of COVID-19 on Hawaii Island as of noon Friday.
HONOLULU — A tourist from New York was arrested for allegedly violating Hawaii’s traveler quarantine after he posted on Instagram photos of himself sunbathing and carrying a surfboard, state officials said.
Hawaii Island police are asking the public’s help in locating 17-year old Andrew K. Cox Jr. of Hilo and 16-year old Haloa Beaudet of Kailua-Kona who were reported as missing.
The state Department of Health on Friday reported it has confirmed a case of rat lungworm disease (angiostrongyliasis) contracted on Maui.
Green waste service for residential users will be available three days per week starting Saturday at the Kealakehe Transfer Station.
A U.S. District Court complaint accusing a Kona woman of using bitcoin to try to hire a hit man to kill her husband has been dismissed after a higher court’s ruling in an unrelated case limited agents’ ability to search electronic devices.
With Hawaii’s unemployment rate skyrocketing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of applicants for food stamps also has increased dramatically.
A 33-year old Hilo man accused of possessing a loaded handgun and more than 3 grams of methamphetamine when police pulled his car over in the parking lot of a county park is free on reduced bail.
May 28 officially marks the end of the 2019-20 school year for state Department of Education students.
A Kailua-Kona man was arrested by Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement officers Wednesday at Alula Beach the Department of Land and Natural Resources reported through a press release.
HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige said Thursday he’s inclined to extend his “safer-at-home” order through the end of June to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
HONOLULU — The first segment of Honolulu’s $9.2 billion rail line will not be operational until next March, three months later than previously forecast, officials said.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the U.S. Geological Survey are seeking community feedback on a series of proposed recovery projects within the park.
The American Civil Liberties Union has called Hawaii County’s defense of the April removal of a downtown Hilo homeless camp “confusing.”
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