Manjari Fergusson

Veterans Day Ceremony for Japanese-American Soldiers of World War II

Veterans Day Ceremony for Japanese-American Soldiers of World War II

A sunset ceremony on the USS Missouri in Pearl Harbor will honor the sacrifices of a unique group of military men.
Is Honolulu City Council Targeting the Homeless in Latest Sidewalk Proposal?

Is Honolulu City Council Targeting the Homeless in Latest Sidewalk Proposal?

UPDATED Bill's backers say businesses need help keeping sidewalks clear for commerce.
Hidden Price Tag on GI Bill’s ‘Free’ Education Blocks Some Veterans

Hidden Price Tag on GI Bill’s ‘Free’ Education Blocks Some Veterans

The out-of-state tuition exceeds the GI Bill limit by thousands of dollars per student each year.
Government Shutdown Aftershocks for Charities Could Undercut Donations

Government Shutdown Aftershocks for Charities Could Undercut Donations

The Combined Federal Campaign was put on hold during the shutdown; charities are banking on loyalty.
Saving the ‘Fish of Death’ — There’s an App for That

Saving the ‘Fish of Death’ — There’s an App for That

Android technology uses GPS to track opihi genetics and numbers, monitoring the shellfish's status to save them.
By the Numbers: Many People Move to Hawaii and Many Others Leave

By the Numbers: Many People Move to Hawaii and Many Others Leave

Recently released census results highlight big immigration and emigration, study rates, real estate and more.
New Age Toilet Paper Clogging Honolulu’s Sewer Pipes, Causing Headaches

New Age Toilet Paper Clogging Honolulu’s Sewer Pipes, Causing Headaches

"Flushable" bathroom wipes are wreaking havoc in city sewage plants across the country, including in Honolulu.
Hawaii Health Officials Want Mandatory Heart Defect Tests for Newborns

Hawaii Health Officials Want Mandatory Heart Defect Tests for Newborns

Inexpensive screening that catches congenital heart defects isn't required, leaving some babies at risk.