Hawaii Department of Agriculture officials are trying to determine where the coqui frogs came from after they were captured at a Maui hardware store,
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WAILUKU — The Hawaii Department of Agriculture has launched an investigation to determine where three coqui frogs came from after they were captured in a hardware store in Maui earlier this week.
Mayoral candidate Mitch Roth removed a post from his Facebook campaign page after questions were raised about the portrayal of volunteers wearing his campaign T-shirts while helping at a nonprofit feeding station at a county facility.
Mayoral candidate Ikaika Marzo has been posting videos of himself on his “Marzo for Mayor” Facebook campaign page traveling the island giving away masks that were originally donated for the 2018 Puna lava flow crisis.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.