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Bishop Museum CEO, 2 other execs to step down after months-long probe
Bishop Museum’s CEO and two other top leaders are stepping down following a months-long internal investigation, the nonprofit’s board of directors announced Thursday. Their departures are in effect immediately after a unanimous vote.
Snake reportedly discovered on side of road in Kahaluu on O‘ahu
The Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture is investigating after a snake was reportedly found on the side of the road in Kahaluu on Thursday. The exact location of where the snake was found, and its origin, have not been released. The size and species of the snake have not been confirmed.
UH receives $2.4M to launch entrepreneurship programs for students and faculty
The grant comes from the Office of Naval Research, the organization in charge of science and research development for the U.S. Navy. Three programs at UH will begin this year through the new funds: Hacking for “X”, Patents to Products and Faculty Fellows.
Speed limit on 5.5-mile stretch of Volcano Road to be reduced to 35 mph
The speed limit on Volcano Road (Route 11) between South Road and Pszyk Road, and through Kurtistown and Mountain View in East Hawaiʻi, will be reduced to 35 mph in both directions, announced the Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation. The state department of transportation said the speed limit is being lowered to improve safety.
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