- Special Projects
A 4-year-old case ends in an agreement to restore water for Hawaiians, renewable energy, agriculture and the environment.
The marine junk from the reefs and shores of Midway and Kure atolls was brought to Honolulu, where it will be incinerated.
Experts discussed Hawaii’s move away from fossil fuels amid buzz about another potential buyer for Hawaiian Electric.
A team of researchers sets sail to learn more about the plight of rare dolphins who have been known to share their food with humans.
A woman’s drowning spurs officials to consider the possible hidden dangers of full-face snorkeling masks.
Her husband thinks a new style of mask may be to blame, but no one keeps track of the equipment being used when someone drowns.
The Na Hopena A’o program encourages new approaches to helping students appreciate the “Hawaiian perspective.”
They were on an 18-day mission to crack down on illegal fishing in the Central and South Pacific.