Kip Cline and Marvin Graham were photographing coral about 200 yards off shore South of Mahukona when they came across a pod of whales. Cline talks about the experience.
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From the biggest botanical gardens to the smallest backyard plots and terraces, there’s a movement underway to make gardens work harder for the environment.
Hawaii County Civil Defense and Hawaiian Volcano Observatory will host a lava flow community meeting Thursday in Pahoa. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. at the Pahoa High School cafeteria.
HONOLULU (AP) — A troubled Honolulu public charter school is getting a reprieve.
WAIPAHU, Oahu (AP) — Hawaii’s largest internment camp where Japanese-Americans and others were detained during World War II is being dedicated as a national monument.
HONOLULU (AP) — A new policy authorizing the nighttime closure of areas at the Honolulu International Airport has drastically reduced the number of homeless people sleeping there, Hawaii transportation officials said.
HAGATNA, Guam — A typhoon killed at least five people on a western Pacific Ocean island ahead of strong winds that are expected to bear down on a neighboring island in Micronesia on Wednesday, officials said.
WASHINGTON — When Chris Christie privatized the management of New Jersey’s lottery two years ago, he said its new overseers would “modernize and maximize” the games.
Hilo Medical Center will swap its employee parking lot with its patient and visitor lot beginning today.
The 2nd annual Kauluwehi Lei Contest, a juried lei contest celebrating native species, Hawaiian culture and sustainable picking practices on Hawaii Island, will be held May 1, May Day, at the Wailoa Center in Hilo.
Several washi chigiri-e students from Hilo will be traveling to Tokyo for the annual Hakubi Washi Chigiri-e Gakuin’s annual exhibition at Ueno No Mori Art Gallery from April 8-14.
It was an impressive turnout for the Akaka Falls Lions Club’s quarterly Adopt A Highway Litter Pick Up and Akaka Falls State Park beautification service project last month.
Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center said it was honored to be selected as the beneficiary of Ohana Fuel’s “Fuel Up, Do Good” program for April, May and June.
Implementing a “pay as you throw” garbage plan, allowing more East Hawaii garbage to be sent to the West Hawaii landfill and banning recyclables and compostables from both landfills are among Kohala Councilwoman Margaret Wille’s plans to bring the county closer to the goal of zero waste.