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|Interior secretary lauds land transfer to Department of Hawaiian Home Lands
In an emotional announcement, U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, the first Native American to head a Cabinet agency, said that 80 acres of federal land on O‘ahu would be transferred to a DHHL trust. “We are in an era where we recognize the importance of healing the generational traumas,” she said. Star-Advertiser. West Hawaii Today. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now.
Panel to examine audit of Agribusiness Development Corp
Gov. Ige faces growing calls to veto bill that eliminates an anti-tobacco trust fund
Three armed F-22 fighters launched Sunday from Honolulu at request of FAA
Hawai‘i Gas utility to be sold for $514M
Inter-island travel restrictions end today
Federal and state numbers on Hawai‘i vaccination rates have differed for months
Delta variant has been detected in Hawai‘i
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Free UH Training Aimed to Fill Job Openings
UH, in collaboration with the City and County of Honolulu, used $3 million in CARES Act funding to support 76 types of free classes to retrain residents who lost their jobs. “When you look at job postings, we could see, for example, that employers were still searching for… read more.
|Emails show HART leaders always wanted to hire Colleen Hanabusa as a consultant
Newly released documents confirm what many suspected: that the lucrative consulting contract was written with the former congresswoman in mind. She announced in May that she will serve on the HART board as an unpaid volunteer instead. Civil Beat. Hawaii News Now.
Security camera footage shows exchange before police shooting of Lindani Myeni
Honolulu Rent and Utility Relief Program expands eligibility to 80% of median income
Owner of Pearlridge Center files for bankruptcy, faces $3.5B debt
LCC’s teacher education program gets national recognition
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|Domestic violence claims 2 lives in Hilo police shootout
A Hilo family lost a grandfather and son to a deadly cycle of domestic violence Sunday night. A 91-year-old man suffered an apparent heart attack, while a 34-year-old man died in a shootout with police officers, who were responding to a call that he was assaulting his mother. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald. West Hawaii Today. Big Island Video News. Big Island Now. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
50-year-old Chinese national indicted for conspiracy
Five HCCC inmates granted early release following outbreak
County moving forward with ADA compliance project at La‘aloa Bay Beach Park
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Kona Coffee Farmers Favor 100% Labeling Rule
Your coffee aisle in the grocery store contains many brands that bank on the global reputation of Kona coffee, with names like “Kona Gold,” “Royal Kona” and “Kona Blend.” And without studying the label, you might not realize they contain only 10% Kona coffee. These farmers want the Kona name to be reserved only for 100% Kona coffee... read more.
|Maui’s got a brand new ag department. Now what?
Voters in Maui County approved a charter amendment to create Hawai‘i’s first county-level agriculture department. Now organizers need to determine exactly what the agency will work on. Civil Beat.
Public feedback sought on broadband connectivity issues
|Kaua‘i deciding what to do with 417 acres of land near Waimea
West Kauaʻi residents are envisioning a long-term plan for a 417-acre land parcel purchased by the county in 2019. Hawai‘i Public Radio.
Hanalei access hours are changed for summer
Children are among the new COVID-19 cases on Kaua‘i
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