Invasive ants are threatening the endangered Hawaiian yellow-faced bees.
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The endangered Hawaiian yellow-faced bee is being threatened by invasive ants, researchers with the state Division of Forestry and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pacific Islands Coastal Program have discovered.
Every year, the American Lung Association releases a report grading each state’s effort to reduce tobacco use.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu City Council has endorsed an affordable rental housing tower for older adults on city land in Chinatown.
Faced with sewer hookup fees higher than the value of the homes themselves, Naalehu property owners have cajoled, badgered and even filed a lawsuit to stop sewer projects in Naalehu and Pahala that are aimed at getting the county out from under a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency consent order.
After three decades serving the Big Island community specializing in orthodontics and pediatric dentistry, Dr. Ronald H. Hirata, D.M.D, M.S, says, “It’s time.”
Seven Hawaii National Guardsmen who recently deployed to Washington, D.C. to help ensure a peaceful transition of presidential power on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, have tested positive for COVID-19.
HONOLULU — A program to repatriate residents of American Samoa who were stranded by the COVID-19 pandemic has detected five cases of the virus among travelers trying to return home.
Nearly 14,000 Hawaii households were assisted by the state’s Rent Relief and Housing Assistance Program, Aloha United Way, Catholic Charities Hawaii and other partners.
There hasn’t been a single positive coronavirus test among the Department of Water Supply’s 164 staff, and the agency wants to keep it that way.
Across most of America, GameStop is just a place to buy a video game. On Wall Street, though, it’s become a battleground where swarms of smaller investors see themselves making an epic stand against the 1%.
The Hawaii Women’s Legislative Caucus on Wednesday announced its 2021 legislative package of bills and resolutions.