Students, volunteers plant 160 koa trees in the Honua’ula Forest Reserve.
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Honua‘ula Forest Reserve Makaula ‘O‘oma tract welcomed the addition of new koa trees Saturday as students and volunteers planted seedlings in the cloud forest located in Kaloko mauka.
Despite challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, 16 new nurses graduated from Hilo Medical Center’s Nurse Residency Program on Friday morning.
Hawaii County is receiving $1 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help pay for battling the largest wildfire in island history, but whether the volunteers who threw themselves into the fight will get their costs reimbursed remains to be seen.
The Board of Land and Natural Resources will rule on a petition by Native Hawaiian activists asking to reconsider whether the Thirty Meter Telescope missed a construction deadline this year.
Puna residents are being asked to submit feedback about a range of water restoration projects Hawaii County could pursue using federal funds.
A calf walked away unscathed Friday after falling 80 feet from a cliff in Pepeekeo and being hoisted from the shoreline to safety by fire rescue personnel.
Hawaii Island hotels saw occupancy drop significantly in September following Gov. David Ige’s request travelers hold off on coming to the Aloha State as Hawaii battled a surge in COVID cases.
October marks the start of nene breeding and nesting season in Hawaii, but unfortunately the season is off to a deadly start for native geese in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Police are warning Big Island residents to be wary of a recent string of telephone scams by people posing as government officials.
The state Department of Health is planning for the likely administration of COVID-19 vaccinations to children 5-11 as it closely monitors federal review of the Pfizer vaccine for that age group.
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii education officials have launched a distance learning program for Hawaiian language immersion students — two months in the school year.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green said with current vaccination rates, there should be no restrictions on outdoor gatherings if events can confirm COVID-19 inoculations.
A motion to recuse a judge in the trial for a 21-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting an elderly woman in 2019 at a Kawaihae campground will be heard early next month.
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