Two State House resolutions seek to form a “working group” on the management of Maunakea.
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A pair of resolutions was introduced Friday on the floor of the House of Representatives to form on working group on the management of Maunakea.
A Hilo-based astronomer has joined a team that’s rewriting everything we know about the massive black hole Cygnus X-1.
Two new COVID-19 cases were reported Friday on the Big Island, bringing the island’s total case count to 2,226.
A pair of resolutions was introduced today on the floor of the House of Representatives to form on working group on the management of Maunakea.
Hawaii County urges residents to beware of COVID-19 misinformation being disseminated around Puna.
A resolution passed unanimously Wednesday by the County Council refers to 5G technology as an option in bridging the digital divide, but council members, most of whom had previously approved two resolutions attempting to limit 5G on the island, don’t see it as a conflict.
The Big Island’s largest-ever COVID-19 vaccination POD, or point of dispensing, is scheduled for Saturday at the Edith Kanaka‘ole Multi-Purpose Stadium in Hilo.
After nearly seven months of waiting and a nail-biting 10 minutes on Thursday, NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover successfully touched down on the Red Planet.
A man accused of a vehicular rampage Sunday in Kalapana that left a 28-year-old woman with life-threatening injuries and a would-be good Samaritan with a fractured hip was ordered Wednesday by a judge to appear for a preliminary hearing at 2:30 p.m. Friday.
Mayor Mitch Roth’s top environmental official is taking a hard look at the advisability of upgrading Kealakehe Wastewater Treatment Plant to produce R-1, the highest grade of recycled water, after the cost of the 20-year-old plan ballooned to $160 million.
A bill that would require assessment from the state auditor about the social and financial impacts that occur when health insurance companies deny coverage for certain types of health care to individuals based on gender identity cleared another legislative hurdle Tuesday.
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