Fall enrollment at the University of Hawaii at Hilo declined for the fourth consecutive year, prodding administrators to revamp recruitment materials in hopes of attracting — and retaining — more students.
KAILUA-KONA — Mason Kaawa-Loa is the latest to join a rapidly growing movement.
Nearly half of new teachers hired in 2011 to teach in Hawaii public schools left the job five years later, and proponents of higher teacher pay say results from a new WalletHub study might indicate why.
It’s been almost a month since hurricanes Lester and Madeline skirted Hawaii Island, eventually being downgraded to tropical storms and not coming ashore.
A bottled gas truck overturned at about 3 p.m. Tuesday on Highway 19 by Alae Cemetery on the northern outskirts of Hilo.