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Gary Simon has been involved in issues relating to seniors for years.
Scientists are predicting severe coral bleaching caused by unusually warm oceans.
Fisherman celebrated the abundance of fish flocking near the shore after the flood, but scientists say the damage left some species unhealthier.
Some say that’s a good thing because it encourages alternative transportation. But that kind of thinking can go too far.
Early data from a UH study shows interns at the farm lowered their diabetes risk by altering eating habits and lifestyles — with a ripple effect of health benefits for friends and families.
Officials are committed to escorting construction vehicles for the Thirty Meter Telescope up the mountain Monday.
As a wildfire continues to burn, health department officials are warning residents with respiratory problems to protect themselves.
Amy Kunz’s appointment to the University of Hawaii system was tucked in a recent meeting agenda item from the UH Board of Regents.
Her previous lawyer withdrew from the case due to unspecified ethical concerns and a breakdown in the attorney-client relationship.
Opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope are expected to confront construction crews next week.
Veronica Gail Worth is now Veronica Gail Kawananakoa.
Dedicating a portion of property taxes to fund additional affordable housing would be a step forward.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention heavily redacted a report that found safety infractions at the facility.
We aren’t rushing into marriage or home ownership. We may even still live with our mothers. But we might come out ahead in the end.
The developments come after the question of who would be in charge of pre-kindergarten expansion was a hot topic during the legislative session.