Bill 2621, which passed the House on Tuesday, would set time limits to respond to any issues raised between the state and companies that lease its facilities, including those at Honolulu Harbor.
Washington Middle School captured the state title at the 2014 Hawaii MATHCOUNTS competition for the fourth year in a row Saturday, and three of its students will join one from Seabury Hall to represent the state at the nationals.
Geologists call it "gas pistoning." That's the cyclical rise and fall of the surface in a lava pond, driven by the buildup and release of gases. And it's what's happening in the pond at the northeast spatter cone of Kilauea's Puu Oo vent.
The state's dominant airline is about to grab an even larger piece of the pie. Hawaiian Airlines, which already commands more than 85 percent of the interisland market, will fill the only void left in its statewide network when it launches its new turboprop operation Tuesday.
The project is all part of an effort to educate and engage the community in monk seal research. In fact, the Castle High School students got to see the footage a week after it was retrieved — before scientists did.
When staffers at the restored 19th-century sugar plantation were brainstorming ideas for a benefit, they recalled the good times they always had at carnivals. They thought the museum's expansive front lawn would be the perfect setting for an old-fashioned fair.
Defending state champion Punahou wanted to know what it had this year and found out it hasn't changed very much.
Honolulu hip-hop fans can get a look at one Next Big Thing who appears to be well on his way to a career with staying power when Lamar comes to the Blaisdell Arena with his live band on Saturday night. Story »