Honokaa Hongwanji Buddhist Temple feeding and building the community.
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A historic feat — successfully zeroing in on the precise location of a non-repeating fast radio burst — has earned the highest recognition from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
HONOLULU — State lawmakers are considering bills that could force oceanfront property owners to remove sandbags and heavy tarps that can significantly contribute to coastal erosion.
Just over three dozen new COVID-19 cases were reported across the state Tuesday, including three cases on the Big Island.
HONOLULU — An outdated computer system used by the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations has caused delays in processing jobless benefit claims.
HONOLULU — Axis deer, a species native to India presented as a gift from Hong Kong to the king of Hawaii in 1868, have fed hunters and their families on Molokai for generations. But for the community of about 7,500, where self-sustainability is a way of life, the invasive deer are both a cherished food source and a danger to their island ecosystem.
Although new variants of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 have been confirmed in Hawaii, Gov. David Ige said Monday that those strains are not prevalent in the community.
A rare nest of olive ridley sea turtles was discovered last week in Ka‘u.
The president and CEO of the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce took issue Monday with House Speaker Scott Saiki’s statement a week ago that the University of Hawaii “should no longer manage Maunakea, and it should cease its work to extend the master lease.”
Big Island police on Monday identified a 54-year-old pedestrian killed in a Feb. 3 crash in Mountain View.
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