The 2009 Hawaiian monk seal breeding season produced the fewest pups in at least 10 years as the highly endangered marine mammal species continued its slide toward possible extinction.
A $1 million-a-year grant has been awarded to the University of Hawaii Kewalo Marine Laboratory for five years by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to work with Pacific islanders on land-sea interactions and damage to coral reefs, recreational and fishery resources.
High-ranking military officials opened a gate separating Hickam Air Force Base and Naval Station Pearl Harbor yesterday, starting the process of combining management support at their installations.
A dispute within the three-member Hawai'i Public Utilities Commission threatens to compound problems at the agency, which is already slow at making decisions because of staff and budget cuts.
A honked horn appears to be what set people off in a McDonald's drive-thru, leading to a crash that killed a young woman Sunday.
Water tanks are running dry, lawns are turning brown and the scant rain that has fallen this month is doing little to help.
A mobile medical van could be serving South Kona and Ka'u residents within months, following 10 years of effort by state Rep. Bob Herkes.
With a high cost of living and a tiny economy of limited job prospects, survival on Lanai has never been easy.
Dog owners have only one option when it comes to a place where they can throw Frisbees with their best friends.