UHERO report says “Tourism might help state dodge recession.”
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HONOLULU — Severe turbulence rocked a flight from Phoenix to Honolulu Sunday, seriously injuring 11 people in what an Hawaiian Airlines official called an isolated and unusual event.
More than twice as many property owners appealed their tax assessments this year than last year, according to the 2022 report of the county Real Property Tax Board of Review.
A Maunakea observatory will fill in for an observatory on Mauna Loa that was shut down after the volcanic eruption.
Saturday was a day to build trust and relationships with law enforcement for 60 West Hawaii keiki as they roamed the aisles of the Kona Target for the annual Shop with a Cop.
A long-dormant $170 million Kona project has returned to the Leeward Planning Commission, who on Thursday heard more than 20 residents express their concerns before punting the project to the county Cultural Resources Commission after a four-plus-hour meeting.
A study released Wednesday found that Native Hawaiian women and girls “experience violence at rates disproportionate to their population size.”
Two island residents have filed ethics complaints against Planning Department staffers, saying they were laughed at and disrespected when they opposed developments in Pepeekeo and Keaukaha.
Mauna Loa and Kilauea volcanoes almost simultaneously have stopped erupting.
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Russ Roberts (https://hawaiinewsdigest.net).