Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Top Hawaii Headlines: Wednesday morning edition

When DLNR Director Laura Thielen asked the state Legis-lature for $240 million in bond money to fix Hawai'i's aging state parks and harbors, she said some parks would have to close without the new money.

The state Board of Education last night postponed a decision on controversial amendments to the public school system's disciplinary rules — including changes that would allow for student locker searches and drug-sniffing dogs.

Curbside recycling will likely be restored for Waipahu and the Waianae Coast

The first two Big Island cases of swine flu were among 14 new cases reported yesterday by the state Department of Health.

A Maui man, who's accused of flying to Oahu to have sex with a child, made his first court appearance in the case Tuesday.

It's a tell tale sign of the recession - a drop in book sales has library use up.

Experienced horseman Edward "Eddie" Wilson was identified Tuesday as the man who fell to his death while riding his horse in Haleakala Crater on Monday afternoon.

A 9-year-old child was rescued Monday after he accidentally slid down a 100-foot embankment in Laupahoehoe

If Stephen “Dr. Beach” Leatherman went to Po‘ipu Beach Park today, just eight years after naming it the nation’s top beach, he might not recognize the place.

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