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Bad New Bug in Town

State agriculture officials find pest on Maui that eats a wide range of crops.

How Hurricane Ana Got Its Name

Ever wonder how a storm gets its name?

What’s Closed or Canceled in Honolulu Due to Hurricane Ana

Honolulu organizers are canceling events as Hurricane approaches the Islands. Here’s a list of all the cancellations and closures in Honolulu.

Are you ready for HONOLULU Fashion Week?

In the coming weeks, join us as we reveal more about the creative teams, designers and events at the first-ever HONOLULU Fashion Week.

These Roads Will be Closed for the Aloha Festivals Parade

Heads up if you’re planning to drive near Ala Moana and Waikīkī.

Hanauma Bay is Open Again

Not to worry, snorkelers, one of Hawai‘i’s most popular attractions is back open.

It’s Official – November is Fashion Month!

Gov. Neil Abercrombie proclaims November as Fashion Month.

It’s Deer-Vehicle Crash Season: Hawai‘i Drivers Least Likely in the Nation to Hit a Deer

West Virginia drivers have a one in 39 chance of colliding with a deer. Our odds are 1 in 10,281, and that’s most likely on a neighbor island.

A New Community Center Will Give New Life to 114-Year-Old Kakaako Pumping Station

Pacific Gateway Center hopes to open community center by next summer.

As Lava Nears Pahoa on the Big Island, Here are Some Facts About Kilauea, By the Numbers

7 Facts about Kilauea, by the numbers, with awe-inspiring photos.

What It’s Like to Live on Hawaii Big Island’s Kilauea, the Most Active Volcano on Earth

It’s private, inexpensive and offers stunning views—but is it worth living in a house that could be torched at any moment? Meet the people who have made Kilauea their home.

What?! You’re Surprised Hello Kitty is Not a Cat?

Hawaii anthropologist and Hello Kitty author explains why in three questions.

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