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Hawaii Supreme Court to determine burden of proof in Maunakea rules case.

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US military to begin draining Pearl Harbor pipelines

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM — The U.S. military said Monday it’s ready to begin draining 1 gallons of fuel from three pipelines as part of an initial step toward closing a World War II-era fuel storage facility that leaked petroleum into Pearl Harbor’s tap water last year.

Extension of lease for Hilo mall in question

A 40-year lease extension sought by Prince Kuhio Plaza is in a legal quagmire between the state and federal governments, and most who testified last week at the Hawaiian Homes Commission’s monthly meeting opposed extending the lease for almost 39 acres of homestead land.

Kona man fit to stand trial for sex assault of student

A 21-year-old Kona man indicted in 2019 for allegedly sexually assaulting a minor on the grounds of a South Kona public school and subsequently indicted in connection with two later, unrelated sex assaults was found fit to stand trial after spending over two years at the Hawaii State Hospital.

USS Daniel Inouye anchors in Kailua Bay

The USS Daniel Inouye dropped anchor Friday in Kailua Bay. The Arleigh Burke-class destroyer of the U.S. Navy is named after the late-Sen. Daniel K. Inouye. The vessel will remain in Kailua Bay through Sunday. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

Bring fall color to your garden with flowering plants and trees

The weather is a bit crazy now. Temperatures remain warm but things are about to change. Fall has officially arrived in the northern hemisphere since the sun has moved south of the equator. The autumnal equinox for us is spring for those south of the equator. As the sun moves further from us, days are shorter and plants tend to slow their growth.


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