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Hawaii can look forward to more cool, breezy weather

The overnight cool, dry weather is expected to continue as a new swell brings large surf to the north and west shores of Kauai and Niihau. Read More

Applications for STEM internships due Feb. 14

The Thirty Meter Telescope’s Workforce Pipeline Program has committed to donating $320,000 to the Akamai Summer Internship Program, making it the biggest donor to the internship. Read More

Universal health care talk set for Saturday

A group of doctors is hosting a community forum at Magic Island on Saturday to promote universal health care. Read More

Nightly closures of westbound H-1 begin Sunday in Kapolei

State officials are alerting motorists that the westbound H-1 freeway will be closed nightly between the Makakilo Drive overpass and the Kalaeloa Boulevard overpass Sunday through Friday for the pouring of concrete for the roadway leading to the new bridge. Read More

Special-needs Frenchie adopted by Honolulu family

The Hawaiian Humane Society, which first announced it had a special-needs dog up for adoption on Friday, said today that she has found her new family. Read More

Hawaii Foodbank teams with Hawaii AFL-CIO to distribute food to Kauai federal workers

The Hawaii Foodbank announced today that its Kauai branch and Hawaii State AFL-CIO will distribute food to federal workers affected by the partial government shutdown every Thursday from Jan. 24 through Feb. 21. Read More

Hawaii Foodbank providing food for federal workers

The Hawaii Foodbank is stepping in to provide food for families affected by the partial government shutdown as it enters its fifth week. Read More

Movie filming to detour Nimitz traffic Friday night

State transportation officials advised motorists that the westbound lanes of Nimitz Highway between Peltier Avenue and Camp Caitlin Road will be closed 7 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Saturday for a film production. Read More

Damien to match tuition of students transferring from Saint Francis

Damien Memorial School has offered all 48 members of the Class of 2020 of Saint Francis School the same tuition they currently pay if they choose to attend Damien. Read More

High-surf warning covers north and west shores of most islands

Forecasters warn that “anyone entering the water could face significant injury or death.” Read More

HECO to replace utility pole in Kaneohe

Hawaiian Electric will replace a utility pole along Kamehameha Highway near Heeia Bridge in Kaneohe from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Read More

State warns public to stay away from Sand Island after whale carcass removal

The public is asked to refrain from entering waters at Sand Island State Recreation Area after a decomposing sperm whale carcass was removed from the area today. Read More

High surf warning for north, west shores of smaller isles Saturday through Sunday

A high surf warning has been issued for the north and west facing shores of Hawaii’s smaller isles, effective from 6 a.m. Saturday to 6 p.m. Sunday due to a large, northwest swell. Read More

State warns public to stay away from Sand Island whale carcass

State officials advised the public to stay out of the waters at the Sand Island State Recreation Area due to the presence of sperm whale carcass which may attract sharks. Read More

‘Magnum P.I.’ closing H-3 to Kaneohe next 2 Sundays

State transportation officials say the Kaneohe-bound lanes of the H-3 freeway will be closed this Sunday as well as the following Sunday for the filming of CBS’ ‘Magnum P.I.’ Read More

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