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Hawaii ranks last in in-person learning

Hawaii’s public schools were dead last in a recent study that ranked the 50 states and the District of Columbia for access to full-time, in-person learning during last year’s pandemic-plagued school year. Read more

                                Wild pig.
Wild pigs have huge impact on biodiversity

Hawaii conservationists know well the far-reaching impact of wild pigs on the environment. The non-native species is notorious for rambling through the forest as herbivore, top predator and ecosystem engineer, digging and rooting in the soil to help transform the natural landscape. Read more

                                <strong>“This is a model for 21st-century water management for all of Hawaii, but we owe it to the community who carried the burden for this, and to future generations, to get it right.”</strong>
                                <strong>Isaac H. Moriwake</strong>
                                <em>Earthjustice attorney</em>
Battle might not be pau over Maui stream water

A day after the state Commission on Water Resource Management issued a historic decision in the long-running dispute over Maui stream water, the groups who started the legal action 17 years ago were expressing concern about a document they said is flawed. Read more

                                “The White Lotus” writer/director Mike White works with cast members Kekoa Kekumano and Brittany O’Grady on Maui’s Wailea Beach.
It’s ‘action!’ for Hawaii’s film industry

When CBS Studios begins filming its latest version of its “NCIS” franchise, “NCIS: Hawai‘i,” this week, it will continue an unprecedented run of film and television production in the islands that has defied an economy hobbled by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

                                Damselflies were released April 15 at Dillingham Military Reservation.
Endangered Hawaiian damselfly finds new home

Scientists have tried at least five times in the past few decades to establish a second wild Oahu population of the endangered orangeblack Hawaiian damselfly, a smaller relative of the dragonfly. Read more

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