Ige tours, commends Kona micro-housing project | Hawaii Tribune-Herald


KAILUA-KONA — Gov. David Ige visited the micro-housing project in the Kona Old Industrial Area on Wednesday, nearly one year after he issued an emergency proclamation for Hawaii’s homelessness crisis. Source: Ige tours, commends Kona micro-housing project | Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/ige-tours-commends-kona-micro-housing-project). Accessed on 13 October 2016, 16:25 hrs, UTC. Reporter:  Max Dible ("West Hawaii Today"). Please … Continue reading Ige tours, commends Kona micro-housing project | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

Beware the bite this fall; DLNR warns oceangoers of October peak in shark attacks | Hawaii Tribune-Herald


The state Department of Land and Natural Resources is urging oceangoers to use extra caution this month, as shark encounters tend to peak in Hawaii during the fall season. Source: Beware the bite this fall; DLNR warns oceangoers of October peak in shark attacks | Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/beware-the-bite-this-fall-dlnr-warns-oceangoers-october-peak-shark-attacks). Accessed on 08 October 2016, 15:10 hrs, UTC. … Continue reading Beware the bite this fall; DLNR warns oceangoers of October peak in shark attacks | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

Water main break on Alii Drive blamed on old age | Hawaii Tribune-Herald


KAILUA-KONA — A water main broke Monday afternoon on Alii Drive, leading to flooding of the roadway that spilled into the underground parking area at Waterfront Row. Source: Water main break on Alii Drive blamed on old age | Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/water-main-break-alii-drive-blamed-old-age). Accessed on 21 September 2016, 22:17 hrs, UTC. Reporter:  Max Dible ("West Hawaii Today"). … Continue reading Water main break on Alii Drive blamed on old age | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

With NextEra deal off table, stakeholders wonder what’s next for Hawaii | Hawaii Tribune-Herald


KAILUA-KONA — The NextEra deal is dead, and one looming question presides over its demise: What comes next for Hawaii, a state that has set the most ambitious renewable energy goals in the nation? Source: With NextEra deal off table, stakeholders wonder what’s next for Hawaii | Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/nextera-deal-table-stakeholders-wonder-what-s-next-hawaii). Accessed on 18 September 2016, 23:15 … Continue reading With NextEra deal off table, stakeholders wonder what’s next for Hawaii | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

The rise of Gabbard: No telling how far independent path will take her | Hawaii Tribune-Herald


Rep. Tulsi Gabbard stood before the nation on a stage in Philadelphia as a woman of the people, starkly juxtaposed to the corruption that left the Democratic Party reeling. Source: The rise of Gabbard: No telling how far independent path will take her | Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/rise-gabbard-no-telling-for-independent-path-will-take-her). Accessed on 28 August 2016, 23:55 hrs, UTC. Reporter: … Continue reading The rise of Gabbard: No telling how far independent path will take her | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

Returning the support; Group helps clean up image of homeless by picking up rubbish | Hawaii Tribune-Herald


KAILUA-KONA — A stigma stalks Kona’s homeless, sticking stubbornly to them like a midafternoon shadow. That stigma manifests conversationally in a slew of derogatory adjectives: disrespectful, lazy, a nuisance. Source: Returning the support; Group helps clean up image of homeless by picking up rubbish | Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/returning-support-group-helps-clean-image-homeless-picking-rubbish). Accessed on 24 August 2016, 15:55 hrs, UTC. … Continue reading Returning the support; Group helps clean up image of homeless by picking up rubbish | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

Cyclists putting more eyes on Big Island roadways with mounted cameras | Hawaii Tribune-Herald


KAILUA-KONA — In a world increasingly inundated with video surveillance, courtesy of devices like traffic and police body cameras as well as cell phones, a growing trend among Hawaii cyclists is putting even more eyes on Big Island roadways. Source: Cyclists putting more eyes on Big Island roadways with mounted cameras | Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/cyclists-putting-more-eyes-big-island-roadways-mounted-cameras). Accessed … Continue reading Cyclists putting more eyes on Big Island roadways with mounted cameras | Hawaii Tribune-Herald