A 47-year-old Waimea woman charged with the 2017 murder of a Waimea child was found not guilty.
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The Boys and Girls Club of the Big Island has added a new afterschool program in South Kona at the Kona Hongwanji Mission, increasing its reach to five sites in West Hawaii with plans for a sixth.
Astronomy community praises survey’s recommendations: Report calls for $800M in federal funds for TMT
A recommendation to the federal government that it fund several large astronomy projects including the Thirty Meter Telescope is “ambitiously pragmatic,” astronomers said Thursday.
Despite a strong recommendation that the federal government provide funding to the Thirty Meter Telescope, it likely will take at least “four or five years” before that project receives the money.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in favor of two government watchdog groups who sued to stop the Legislature’s use of “gut and replace” tactics on legislation.
It would be “disastrous” for astronomy in the United States if the federal government does not invest in the Thirty Meter Telescope, according to a survey released this morning.
A move to exempt county residents from having to pay an extra 3% hotel tax in order to enjoy a staycation on their own island was shot down Wednesday by a County Council majority before advancing Bill 81 on a unanimous vote.
“The beginning of the beginning.”
Hawaii’s oldest food festival will be celebrating 50 years with both virtual and in-person events starting today.
HONOLULU — The four members of Hawaii’s congressional delegation said Wednesday they are asking the Department of Defense’s inspector general to investigate whether the Navy properly investigated and notified state authorities about a fuel leak at Pearl Harbor.
International visitors will be allowed to travel to Hawaii under certain conditions starting Monday.
CORRECTION: A headline on a previous version of this story incorrectly stated two lawsuits were filed. It is a single lawsuit. The Tribune-Herald regrets the error.