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Democrats Case and Tokuda win Hawaii’s Congressional Seats.

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Eyes on the sky

The second and final total lunar eclipse of the year graced the skies in Hawaii early Tuesday. The next one isn’t until 2025.

Kahaloa wins new House district

Hawaii Island earned an eighth seat in the state House of Representatives this election year, and the first candidate to fill it is Democrat Kirstin A.K. Kahaloa, who vanquished her Republican opponent, Jonathan P. Kennealy, with 66.6% of the votes, based on mail ballots representing 41.3% of registered voters.

‘We have a wonderful community’

When a Saturday evening stove fire caused an estimated $50,000 damage to a Desha Avenue home in the Keaukaha area in Hilo, firefighters were able to save something no amount of money can replace — a pet cat named Ceci.

Big Island home sales drop

The Big Island’s real estate market is feeling the effects of global uncertainty, with home sales dropping islandwide during the third quarter of the year.

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Russ Roberts (Hawaii Science Digest)


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