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Will there be more humpback whales traveling to Hawaii this winter? [Read More]
The smell is rancid, but the flower is awe-inspiring, and the rare bloom only lasts a few days. [Read More]
Get set for a muggy weekend ahead, with light to moderate trades due to a weakened ridge, forecasters said, and moisture moving up to the... [Read More]
Four malnourished monk seal pups rescued from Papahanaumokueakea Marine National Monument are now doing well in the care of Ke Kai Ola, The Marine Mammal... [Read More]
Trade winds will remain light through the weekend in the Hawaiian isles, weather forecasters said, while clouds and showers will favor windward and mauka areas... [Read More]
Tags: Lihue - Trade - Hawaiian
Honolulu is the top city in the nation that stands to benefit from shared bikes and scooters, according to a new study by INRIX, a... [Read More]
Tags: Honolulu - Study - INRIX
State officials said signs of severe and widespread coral bleaching event, as earlier predicted, are already apparent along reefs off of Maui due to higher... [Read More]
Tags: Maui - Coral - State
Lanai Lookout and the parking lot off of Kalanianaole Highway in East Oahu will be closed on Monday as crews film an episode of “Hawaii... [Read More]
Tradewind speeds are on the way down for the rest of the work week, weather forecasters said, and uncomfortably warm and humid conditions are expected... [Read More]
More than $16 million in federal funding is slated for Hawaii to repair roads as well as homes damaged by major natural disasters last year. [Read More]
Tags: Hawaii - federal - $16M
While breezy trades will continue today, hot and humid weather is on the way in the Hawaiian Islands, forecasters said, as those winds die down... [Read More]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that two Hawaii real estate companies have agreed to more than $26,000 in penalties for failing to provide... [Read More]
The Hawaiian Humane Society is revising its adoption fees for puppies, kittens, cats and dogs, starting Tuesday. [Read More]
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