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Products safe to eat, Mauna Loa says

The state Department of Health notified the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corp. on Friday of the presence of E. coli bacteria in its Keaau water system. The company said no Mauna Loa mac nut products were affected. Read More

Landslide shuts down Manoa Falls Trail

The state Department of Land and Natural Resources has closed Manoa Falls Trail until further notice because of a landslide. Read More

Kauai dentist Terry Allen fined for insurance fraud

Kauai dentist Terry Allen was ordered by a state Circuit Court judge on Wednesday to pay $20,878 in restitution to Hawaii Medical Service Association for insurance fraud. Read More

Venue renamed Tom Moffatt Waikiki Shell

The Waikiki Shell was renamed the Tom Moffatt Waikiki Shell Sunday during a ceremony that included the unveiling of a plaque and signage bearing the new name. Read More

‘Midway’ filming closes Wahiawa road

Travel lanes near the top of Kaukonahua Road between Wilikina Drive and Kamananui Road were closed for part of Monday due to filming for the upcoming movie “Midway.” Read More

Hikianalia travels to Bay Area

Thousands of people converged at Aquatic Park in San Francisco on Sunday to greet the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hikianalia and its 13-member crew. Read More

32,400 gallons of sewage gushes into canal

City crews responded Wednesday night to a sewer overflow that resulted in 32,400 gallons of raw wastewater coming out of a manhole at 1015 N. School St. Read More

Native Hawaiian education programs get $7.5M

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a total of $7.5 million to Native Hawaiian education programs in Hawaii, according to U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz. Read More

City incurs $1.4M in OT, expenses tied to Lane

The city spent more than $1.4 million on overtime and expenses tied to Hurricane Lane, city officials said Monday. Read More

Lanikai Pillbox trail closing for cleanup

The Lanikai Pillbox trail on Kaiwa Ridge will be closed Sunday for site cleanup and debris removal. Read More

Utility work to close Farrington Highway lane

The far-right, westbound lane of Farrington Highway by Kealanani Avenue in Kapolei will be closed for two weeks, starting Monday, for utility work, according to Hawaiian Electric Co. Read More

No more Kaena Point vehicle permits for 2018

Vehicle permits for Kaena Point have already reached the annual cap and no more will be issued starting from today, state parks official said. Read More

University of Hawaii campuses most diverse in U.S.

The University of Hawaii at Hilo has the most racially and ethnically diverse student body of all four-year public universities in the country, and the other UH campuses all made the top 10 in their rankings. Read More

Norman expected to continue weakening

Hurricane Norman maintained its Category 4 strength Sunday evening and was about 1,460 miles east of Hilo. Read More

Harano Tunnel night work begins Tuesday

The Honolulu-bound lane of the H-3 freeway will be closed nightly starting at 9 p.m. Tuesday for maintenance and retrofit of lighting in the Harano Tunnel. Read More

City prosecutor appeals Deedy decision

Honolulu prosecutors are appealing a judge’s ruling saying federal agent Christopher Deedy can’t be tried a third time for fatally shooting an Oahu man in a Waikiki fast-food restaurant. Read More

16 rural parks to get security services

Sixteen city parks in Central and West Oahu will receive protection from private security guards starting Saturday, the city announced Thursday. Read More

State hotel revenue up in July

Statewide hotels posted a 3.6 percent increase in revenue per available room in July, according to a report released Wednesday by the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority. Read More

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