UH representatives have “pushed back” against creation of a new group to manage Maunakea.
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University of Hawaii representatives have pushed back against a report recommending that the state create a new organization to manage Maunakea.
WAILUKU, Maui — Federal and state officials on Maui want to use bacteria to get rid of nonnative mosquitoes that carry avian malaria to help prevent the extinction of native forest birds found only in Hawaii.
Forests in the Pu‘uwa‘awa‘a vicinity are about to receive additional protections from threats like wildfires and hoofed animals thanks to a new award from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation funded with support from the U.S. Army and Fish and Wildlife Service.
HONOLULU — The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Honolulu has surged nearly fivefold in the past two weeks, according to data from the Hawaii state Department of Health.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s congressional delegation on Thursday asked House and Senate leaders to make sure the military spends whatever money it has available to address the contamination of Pearl Harbor drinking water by a Navy fuel storage facility that has leaked petroleum.
A 20-year-old skateboarder remained hospitalized Thursday after being struck by a vehicle on Mamalahoa Highway in Waimea.
Waimea Middle School has decided to cancel school today as a precautionary measure due to a nationwide social media rumor that school shootings will take place on Friday, Dec. 17.
HONOLULU — The National Transportation Safety Board released an investigation report Wednesday on a fatal Kauai tour helicopter crash that killed seven people.
HONOLULU — Honolulu has become the latest Hawaii county to adopt its own hotel tax after Mayor Rick Blangiardi signed legislation adding a 3% surcharge to the state’s levy on short-term rentals.
A 45-year-old Hilo man was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in prison for the repeated sexual assault of a minor between September 2011 and October 2017.
Despite COVID-19 cases rising yet again on Oahu, Lt. Gov. Josh Green says no changes to virus safety protocols are currently planned for the holidays.