By Timothy Hurley email@example.com on June 23, 2018
By Timothy Hurley firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on June 23, 2018
• Updated on June 23, 2018 at 1:12 pm
Kamehameha Schools entered into an agreement with state and federal agencies Friday that targets the recovery of 32 federally endangered species and one threatened species on the island of Hawaii.
By Sophie Cocke email@example.com on June 23, 2018
By Sophie Cocke firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on June 23, 2018
• Updated on June 22, 2018 at 10:54 pm
Political candidates running for office in areas heavily affected by Kilauea’s ongoing volcanic eruption on Hawaii island are complaining that the state Office of Elections is confusing voters and unnecessarily shutting down walk-in voting locations on the day of primary elections.
By Gordon Y.K. Pang email@example.com on June 23, 2018
By Gordon Y.K. Pang firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on June 23, 2018
• Updated on June 23, 2018 at 1:10 pm
Six budget bills with Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation spending were returned Friday by Mayor Kirk Caldwell without his signature, meaning they will become law without his consent.
By Allison Schaefers email@example.com on June 23, 2018
By Allison Schaefers firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on June 23, 2018
• Updated on June 23, 2018 at 5:43 pm
A Honolulu District Court judge sentenced a hawker to pay $230 in fines and fees after he pleaded no contest to a charge of unauthorized commercial activity for selling certificates to hikers who made it to the top of Diamond Head State Monument.
Kauai is expected to approach 70 percent renewable generation by the end of 2019 after receiving approval this week from the state Public Utilities Commission for development of a 19.3-megawatt solar facility along with a 70 megawatt-hour battery energy storage system.
The push for computer science education took a step forward this week when Gov. David Ige signed legislation that invests $500,000 in teacher training and gives more students a chance to study the subject.
The Jikoen Hongwaji Buddhist Temple will hold an Irei No Hi Memorial Service on Sunday to honor victims of all wars, particularly the American and Japanese soldiers, and Okinawan civilians, who lost their lives during a World War II battle 73 years ago.
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By Lee Cataluna firstname.lastname@example.org on June 22, 2018
By Lee Cataluna email@example.com Posted on June 22, 2018
• Updated on June 22, 2018 at 8:07 am
On Wednesday night, just hours after he was fined more than $15,000 for repeatedly filing false campaign finance reports and using campaign donations to pay his rent and his credit card bill, Kaniela Ing, candidate for congress, was speaking at a forum for the Hawaii Democratic Party’s Education Caucus.