Some Native Hawaiian activists reject proposed Maunakea Management Plan as “invalid dialogue.”
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A recent public meeting to discuss the University of Hawaii’s future plans for Maunakea failed to win the trust of some Native Hawaiian activists.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Big Island residents must once again grapple with a crucial question: where to buy a Christmas tree?
Gov. David Ige announced Friday the appointment of Wendy M. DeWeese to the seat previously held by Kona Circuit Judge Melvin H. Fujino, who retired in 2020.
Rainfall totals in the Hamakua, North Hilo, South Hilo, Puna and South Kona districts were mostly near- to above-average for September, according to the monthly precipitation summary prepared by the National Weather Service in Honolulu.
Home sales remained vigorous on the Big Island this summer despite a spike in COVID-19 cases and a request by the governor for visitors to stay away.
Good fences may make good neighbors, as the poet famously says. But gates, apparently not so much.
A team of divers conducting marine debris removal efforts in Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument in September recently found a nuisance alga known to grow quickly and smother coral reefs.
HONOLULU — Honolulu will soon begin allowing a limited number of fans at University of Hawaii football games and other outdoor entertainment events as it begins to ease restrictions protecting the community from COVID-19.
BOISE, Idaho — Newly released documents from the complex investigation of a woman accused of conspiring to kill her children and husband reveal sordid details of a cult-like belief system of “zombies” and “vibrations” plus a disintegrating marriage and an affair.
Lava continues to erupt from a single vent in the western wall of Halemaʻumaʻu crater inside Kilauea volcano.
HONOLULU — At first, he was just a boyfriend. He gave Ashley Maha‘a gifts and attention. But then he gave her drugs and became controlling and abusive. He would punish her for breaking ambiguous, undefined “rules,” only to later say he was sorry and shower her with flowers and lavish presents.
Gov. David Ige said in social media post Thursday that he might announce the end of some pandemic restrictions as early as today.
The chief medical officer of Kona Community Hospital is suing the hospital, Kona Ambulatory Surgery Center and three individuals in a personnel dispute.
As Aina Langford prepared to receive her third dose of the Pfizer vaccine, she asked her vaccinator to warn her before sticking the needle in her arm.
The Windward Planning Commission voted 4-1 Thursday to forward a favorable recommendation to the state Land Use Commission to grant a special permit for Connections New Century Public Charter School to build a campus on about 70 acres of agricultural-zoned state land in Hilo.
HONOLULU — The pandemic has further postponed a drug-dealing trial against the pain physician brother of a former Hawaii prosecutor imprisoned in a corruption case that also took down her former police chief husband.
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