April 13, 2020

The most expensive train

As of now, the partialy complete light rail in Honolulu is budgeted at over 9 billion, up from original estimates of 3 billion.

By Nick Ochs

News

April 13, 2020

Waimea Valley’s Keiki Day

Every Wednesday, Waimea Valley Hiʻipaka LLC drops its admission fee for kids. It's called Kamaʻaina Keiki day.

By Chaz Mihara

News

April 13, 2020

Gun rights advocates gather in Downtown Honolulu

Second Amendment supporters made their voices heard at the Rally for the 2nd Amendment and Public Safety.

By Nick Ochs

News

April 13, 2020

High Water Line walk in Ward

Forty students connected with the public to walk  for the High Water Line cause in Ward village two weeks ago to raise awareness of changing oceans tide.

By Kirsten Sibley

News

November 7, 2019

City officials sue fossil fuel companies

The City & County of Honolulu announced their intent to file suit against the fossil fuel industry Nov. 5 for deceiving people about the known dangers of climate change.  

 

                                 

By Geneva Diaz

News

November 7, 2019

Decline in rainfall for Hawaiʻi        

Hawaiʻi sees less rainfall in 2019. However when it does rain, it is much more massive. Rain comes in stretches. 

By Chaz Mihara

News

September 26, 2019

Sinking the sinkhole in Kailua                                                                         

City Officials remain quiet in the heat of the Kailua sinkhole repairs' progress, which frustrates the residents of Keolu Hills.

By Kirsten Sibley

News

September 26, 2019

The dangers of hiking in Hawaiʻi        

Hiking isn’t just about seeing nature’s beauty, it’s about staying safe while you’re out there. 

By Keila Lee

News

April 13, 2020

"Chili pepa wata" has       surprising health benefits

Some of your everyday grocery hauls from the produce section are more than just fruits and vegetables. 

By Troy Jacobs

Science 

April 13, 2020

Coronavirus in Hawaiʻi vs. the Mainland

There have been 847 deaths per day in the US and one confirmed death in Hawaiʻi thus
far.

By Megan Lucas

Science

April 13, 2020

Hawaiʻi’s Toxin-Free Keiki Act

An industrial chemical that is used in many household plastics and food packages intended for children will be banned in Hawaiʻi beginning next year.

By Alexa Gutierrez

Science

April 13, 2020

Study finds childhood obesity linked to social anxiety

About 13.7 million children are considered obesse, according to 2016 data from the Centers for Disease Control

By Troy Jacobs

Science

November 7, 2019

The plastic problem                                                                                         

Floating between Hawaiʻi and California, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an accumulation of debris brought to one vast ocean zone by natural currents. 

By Nick Ochs

Science

November 7, 2019

Climate change affects surf in Hawaiʻi

The size and shape of the waves will slowly start to break differently because of how climate change is heating up Hawaiian waters.

By Carina Nocon & Megan Lucas

Science

November 7, 2019

Developing Oʻahu's Resilience Strategy

In May 2019 the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency (OCCSR) released a document titled the Oʻahu Resilience Strategy. 

By Kevin Okimoto

Science

November 7, 2019

A fuel that can help climate change, but it'll take time

Hydrogen fuel is changing the game in the automotive industry, but people are still unaware about its use.

By Troy Jacobs

Science 

May 8, 2020

Waimea Valley’s Keiki Day

Rows of seats were now empty, vendors were closed, and not a soul except for the security was to be seen.

By Kirsten Sibley

Features

April 13, 2020

Keiki Great Aloha Run

The Keiki Great Aloha Run is an annual event that students, parents, and faculty run-- or walk-- to raise money for childrens’ schools around the island. 

By Carina Nocon

Features

April 13, 2020

Punahou Carnival

The Punahou Carnival is one of the most highly anticipated events in Hawaiʻi for local families and college students alike.

By Ronnie Allen Campman

Features

April 13, 2020

Water Talks II: Climate Justice in the Pacific

A talk-story event at the UH Mānoa Art Gallery brought together artists, scientists and historians to discuss how cultures in the Pacific are dealing with climate change. 

By Keila Lee

Features 

September 26, 2019

The fad about secondhand clothes                                                    

Retro brands such as Kappa, Champion, and Fila are becoming popular again thanks to thrift shopping.   

 

                                                                                     

By Troy Jacobs

Features

September 26, 2019

The Kakaʻako Farmers Markets create a sense of community 

Every Sunday, the empty lot on the corner of Ala Moana and Ward becomes a hub of local food, live music, and small businesses.

By Eunica Escalante

Features

September 26, 2019

Going meatless at VegFest 

                  

What started as a grass root movement turned into the “biggest trend driving change in the food industry,'' according to Forbes magazine.                                                    

By Lea Strenge

Features

September 26, 2019

Films in Hawaiʻi can be good, but not for locals 

Many films and TV shows have been shot in Hawaiʻi over the years, and some of them have been successful. A lot of controversy has happened in some quiet neighborhoods.

By Megan Lucas

Features

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