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“Man pleads guilty to picking up Yellowstone bison calf that was rejected by herd, euthanized.”

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New AI reef conservation tool monitors, measures from space

A new coral reef conservation tool has been developed by University of Hawai‘i at Manoa researchers using cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology. By developing novel deep learning algorithms, coral ecologists in the UH Manoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) are now able to identify and measure reef halos from space. The study was published recently in Remote Sensing of Environment.

STRIKE! – Hawaii Gas employees picket all island locations

Hawaii Gas employees began their strike after weeks of negotiations failed between the company and Hawaii Teamsters and Allied Workers, Local 996, which represents 217 maintenance, clerical, plant workers and drivers, just after midnight today. Workers are pictured picketing at the Hawaii Gas Kaiwi Street location in Kona early this morning.

Setbacks for ramp, seawall

Shifting funding priorities and the harrows of nature have pushed repairs for the Laupahoehoe Boat Ramp and seawall further into the future.

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