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To properly appreciate the significance of Ishon Mons' work on behalf of Kauai's endangered Newell's shearwater (ao) population, it helps to know a few things about the charming little black-topped birdies.
Victim of apparent drowning is identified • Body of missing free-diver is recovered • Puna duo is charged with pot promotion
Helicopters' transfer to create extra noise • Floating dock at Kawaihae almost finished • Hostile dog harasses Maui hikers
State transportation leaders still can't say for sure that their proposed Ewa-bound Zipper Lane is officially dead, but they are moving ahead anyway with H-1 freeway improvements in Central Oahu that no longer include such a contra-flowed traffic lane.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie and state Sen. David Ige both say they do not support giving the state Office of Hawaiian Affairs the authority to develop high-rise condominiums near the waterfront at Kakaako.
Jerry J. "JJ" Aguirre, a former Marine with the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, out of Kaneohe Bay, fought house to house in Fallujah in 2004, getting grazed across his back by a bullet in the process.
The idea first caught the eye of the CEOs who judge Harvard University's Social Enterprise "Pitch for Change" and gave it their grand prize in 2012.
For 40 years Buzzy Sproat, wearing his signature black cowboy hat, led the mule rides down to the remote Kalaupapa peninsula on Molokai, regaling visitors with stories and whistling elaborate tunes.
A Pearl Harbor-based ship helped in successfully intercepting a target over the Pacific Ocean on Sunday in a test of the nation's Ballistic Missile Defense System.
Question: Regarding the June 12 Kokua Line on what drivers should do when they're stopped at an intersection and an ambulance approaches from the rear: Quite some time ago the city equipped traffic lights with sensors to allow emergency vehicles to pass.
Last week at UH-Manoa I met 45 cone snails, each living in its own saltwater condo. The healthy mollusks are safe from predators (rays and some crabs), receive catered meals with vitamin supplements, enjoy a regular cleaning service and occasionally get visits from a member of the opposite sex.
Search continues for missing diver • Cause of death pending in 3 cases
Kauai motorist unhurt after car strikes guardrail • No injuries caused by fire in Maui house • Swimmer hurts spine in ocean off Na Pali Coast
A Coast Guard helicopter Sunday plucked from the Pacific Ocean a rower who was participating in a race from California to Hawaii, the second time in a 24-hour period that authorities were called to help during the inaugural 2,400-mile competition.
The Polynesian voyaging canoes Hokule‘a and Hikianalia arrived in Papeete, the Tahitian capital, Sunday afternoon, returning to the welcoming landfall of Hokule‘a's history-making maiden voyage some 38 years past.
Folks hoping to ring in 2015 by setting off sparklers and fountains on New Year's Eve may yet get the chance to do so.
Joe Moore and Pat Sajak's second night in "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway" Friday at Hawaii Theatre drew a sparse audience, barely filling the first few rows of orchestra.
First, he started smoking pot because his friends did. Then he turned to prescription pills -- mainly powerful painkillers, initially prescribed by his doctor or dentist after he broke a bone or had dental work done.