A series of images from the 1924 eruption of Kilauea told the story of lessons learned Tuesday night at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park’s visitor center.
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Parker School will host Kahiau, its ninth-annual auction gala, on Saturday at the Fairmont Orchid.
“Math is Everywhere: The First Step to Growing Young Scientists,” is this year’s theme for the seventh-annual Hawaii Island Early Childhood Conference.
House Speaker Joseph Souki has given Rep. Faye Hanohano a letter of reprimand in response to recent complaints over her behavior.
Officials say suspicious object was a school project.
There are 57 issues inhibiting organic food production and distribution in Hawaii, and 93 potential opportunities and solutions to address them, according to a recent report.
Despite the sorry state of many of Hawaii Island’s highways, and Mayor Billy Kenoi’s promise to use capital projects to stimulate the economy by putting people to work, some $2.3 million of gas taxes collected during the bottom of the recession is sitting in a bank instead of being used to build roads.
HONOLULU — Experts want state lawmakers to update regulations meant to protect opihi, a mollusk whose numbers crashed in parts of Hawaii.
A police officer shot in the line of duty early last year recounted the night it occurred to a jury Wednesday in Hilo Circuit Court.
HONOLULU — State tourism officials aim to lure 8.4 million travelers to the islands this year, instead of the 8.7 million targeted earlier, David Uchiyama, Hawaii Tourism Authority vice president, said Wednesday.
PEARL HARBOR — Canadian defense officials said a disabled naval refueling ship being towed by an American tug after an engine fire was making good progress Wednesday toward Pearl Harbor.
HONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers are trying to level the playing field for retailers on the islands by mandating taxes on Internet sales transactions.
SAN FRANCISCO — Under intensifying pressure from gun control groups and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Facebook Inc. is tightening its policies to make it more difficult for people to illegally sell or trade guns on the social media site and Instagram, particularly to minors.
MIAMI (AP) — About three dozen passengers who sailed on the ill-fated Carnival Triumph cruise ship that drifted at sea for days are hoping to collect thousands of dollars apiece as a result of lingering medical and mental problems they say were caused by their nightmarish experience.
Good news for Burger King fans, but not so much for those who love Wendy’s.