An endangered Hawaiian monk seal is back home on Oahu after receiving treatment at The Marine Mammal Center in Kailua-Kona.
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An endangered Hawaiian monk seal who had ingested fishing gear is back home on Oahu after receiving treatment at The Marine Mammal Center hospital Ke Kai Ola in Kailua-Kona.
The Hawaii Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by Honua Ola Bioenergy to delay evidentiary hearings that will be conducted by the state Public Utilities Commission.
Astronomers have identified two different cases of “mini-Neptune” planets that are losing their puffy atmospheres and likely transforming into super-Earths.
Game animals in Hawaii should be treated with more consideration, according to a series of bills introduced in the state Legislature.
Continuing its reinvestment in Hawaii’s communities, the Hawaii Tourism Authority has announced it is awarding $2.9 million in funding statewide to support 86 community-based projects, festivals and events through its Community Enrichment program for 2022.
With some Hilo business owners having a hard time getting their leases of state land extended, a bill in the state Legislature seeks to cut the Board of Land and Natural Resources out of the process entirely.
The last half of 2021 was generally a sluggish period for local campaign fundraising, with the exception of two candidates seeking new offices.
Hawaii Island police have identified the victims of a traffic collision involving three vehicles that killed three people Sunday on Highway 11 in Glenwood near the 18-mile marker.
HONOLULU — Attorneys for the U.S. Navy on Wednesday appealed Hawaii’s order that it drain massive tanks that store fuel in the hills above Pearl Harbor, saying the state wrongly concluded the tanks posed an imminent threat that requires immediate action.
HONOLULU — A U.S. judge on Wednesday denied an attempt by seven employees to block Hawaiian Airlines’ policy requiring workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or face termination.
Even as a Senate bill that would raise the state minimum wage to $18 an hour races through the state Legislature, state representatives are throwing their support behind a competing but similar bill in the House.
A series of bills introduced in the state Legislature aim to push Hawaii’s financial markets into the 21st century.
The state Senate Committee on Education has advanced a bill that addresses menstrual equity and “period poverty” in Hawaii.
Mayor Mitch Roth is confident large in-person events can be held later this year as COVID-19 numbers decline statewide.
HONOLULU — A top U.S. military official said Monday the Defense Department will appeal Hawaii’s order that it drain fuel from a massive tank farm that leaked petroleum into the Navy’s water system and contaminated Pearl Harbor’s tap water.
HONOLULU — Officials on Hawaii’s most populous island of Oahu have opened a new facility for COVID-19 patients who need a place to isolate or quarantine.
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