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The Year That Was 2018

Honoring the Life and Legacy of the Late U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka

Sharing stories of how Daniel Kahikina Akaka, educator, native Hawaiian advocate and longtime U.S. Senator, made a difference.
2018.05.16 04:04 PM

Here’s How You Can Prepare for Heavy Vog From Kīlauea Volcano

With tradewinds stalled and sulfur dioxide from the Kīlauea eruption wafting toward O‘ahu, heavy vog may be headed our way. Here are tips for parents of young children and others who are sensitive. They’ll also work for those who haven’t been affected before, but may feel the effects this time.
2018.05.11 03:10 PM

7 Interesting Facts About Hawai‘i Island’s Kīlauea Ongoing Eruption in Photos

Residents of Leilani Estates are forced to evacuate as lava threatens homes near Pāhoa. We review the basics of the ongoing eruption of one of the most active volcanoes in the world.
2018.05.07 12:29 PM

Video: Monk Seal Finds and Plays With a Discarded Knife

State Dept. of Land and Natural Resources reminds people trash can be dangerous to marine animals.
2018.04.17 05:19 PM

Remembering Daniel Akaka, Hawai‘i’s Longtime U.S. Senator

We share some personal stories that made the first Native Hawaiian U.S. Senator stand out as someone whose life was guided by aloha.
2018.04.06 04:06 PM

Veteran Hawai‘i Lawmaker Mazie Hirono is Officially Running for U.S. Senate

Hirono, who has been vocal about her opposition to President Donald Trump, is seeking re-election for a second term.
2018.04.04 03:34 PM

Closing of Popular Lanikai Pillbox Hike Delayed Until Further Notice

The state asks for public input as it works to repair the old concrete observation stations on the trail, commonly known as “pillboxes.”
2018.03.28 05:00 PM

Colin Nishida, Beloved Chef and Restaurateur, Leaves a Culinary Legacy

An entire community remembers the owner of Side Street Inn, who died this weekend.
2018.02.27 02:28 PM

Hawai‘i Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui Announces Resignation from State Government

Tsutsui says the timing wasn’t prompted by Gov. David Ige’s handling of the Jan. 13 false missile alert and he won’t say who he will support in the next governor’s race.
2018.01.29 05:29 PM

Oh, No, Not Another One! Landmark Otsuji Farms in Danger of Closing

Returning home from Utah to take over from father Ed Otsuji, a farmers market icon, Jonas Otsuji launches crowdfunding campaign.
2018.01.24 05:08 PM

You Can Now Keep Track of Water-Quality Conditions at Hawai‘i Beaches

New state website provides up-to-date information on water-quality conditions at beaches.
2018.01.05 11:38 AM

Testing, Testing, Can You Hear the New Emergency Attack Siren in Your Area?

State agency says fewer complaints for first monthly test of 2018.
2018.01.02 05:16 PM