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|New leak at Red Hill dumps 1,100 gallons of firefighting foam
Aqueous film forming foam was released on the upper end of the facility into the aboveground soil and into the underground facility, the health department said. Civil Beat. Star-Advertiser. KHON2. KITV4.
Mauna Loa eruption continues, creating spectacle from afar
Resolving tourism marketing dispute will fall to incoming governor
Japan tourism falling behind expectations
After-school programs have more funding but staffing, enrollment remain challenges
State Board of Education framing early multiyear strategic plan
Climate change experts are taking lessons from Indigenous knowledge
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Tracking Hawai‘i Paychecks Versus Living Costs Since 1969
To see if people are better off than their grandparents, we compared wages after inflation, debt loads, where people spent their money and more….. read more.
|Bill on gun-free areas on O‘ahu passes first reading
The first reading of a city bill detailing where firearms cannot be carried on O‘ahu drew opposition Tuesday from those who believe there should be no restrictions for law-abiding firearm owners who want to carry a gun in public. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
Blangiardi vetoes Waikīkī noise amplification bill, saying it would be unenforceable
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It is essential for Waikīkī and shoreline resort properties to prepare critical adaptation plans. As sea levels rise now and into the future, coastal natural hazard exposure is predicted to increase for properties close to the shoreline….. read more.
|USDA awards $750K to Hawaiʻi Island farm for veteran support
A farm in Hilo will receive more than $750,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a pilot program helping military veterans. Hawai‘i Public Radio.
Three Ring Ranch Exotic Animal Sanctuary receives prestigious award
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Hawai‘i Land Trust Preserves Special Places for Today and the Future
The nonprofit has protected over 20,000 acres, including shorelines, fishponds and sacred cultural sites. With community support, it strives to protect land through conservation easements, stewardship and educational projects..... read more.
|Maui County alleges TV reporter crossed a line in covering police misconduct case
Maui County has subpoenaed Hawaii News Now’s chief investigative reporter Lynn Kawano as part of a case involving a former police officer previously convicted for a child sex offense. Civil Beat.
Hale Pono Youth Shelter is expected to open in spring
Lawsuit seeks to void race results, hold new election
|Department of Hawaiian Home Lands opens new Kaua‘i office
The state Department of Hawaiian Homes Lands held a blessing, dedication and opening ceremony on Monday for its new Kaua‘i district office in Līhu‘e. Garden Island.
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