As the bells rang and the chant – Go Kai Opua! Go Kai Opua! – grew louder and louder, club athletic director Mike Atwood slowly made his way down the beach to get a better view of the finish line.
From the arrest of kupuna protesting the Thirty Meter Telescopes construction on Maunakea to calls for his resignation, University of Hawaii President David Lassner, in an address to the UH Board of Regents on Thursday, said Wednesday marked one of the most difficult days his presidency.
KAILUA-KONA A woman accused of a double stabbing that left one dead at a Kau park in April will stand trial after a judge this week found the teen fit to proceed in the murder case.
Gov. David Ige said Friday he remains committed to allowing construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope to proceed atop Maunakea despite protests against the project and criticism from some lawmakers.
HONOLULU Is there life on planets outside our solar system? How did stars and galaxies form in the earliest years of the universe? How do black holes shape galaxies?
LONDON Iran seized a British-flagged oil tanker Friday and briefly detained a second vessel in the Strait of Hormuz, intensifying tensions in the strategic waterway that has become a flashpoint between Tehran and the West.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. A half-century ago, in the middle of a mean year of war, famine, violence in the streets and the widening of the generation gap, men from planet Earth stepped onto another world for the first time, uniting people around the globe in a way not seen before or since.
Here are two facts Americans should be aware of: There will be men and women deploying to Afghanistan for the first time this September who were born after Sept. 11, 2001; the authorization for that war was signed so long ago that 80% of the men and women in Congress today never voted on it. Put these facts together and one comes to the inescapable conclusion that Congress is overdue in revisiting and updating the legal foundations on which the war in Afghanistan is based.
John Komeiji, president and general manager of Hawaiian Telcom presented a check for $10,000 to the Hawaii Island Adult Care. Hawaiian Telcom has been the proud title sponsor of HIACs annual golf tournament since it started in 2006. The 2019 tournament was played July 12 at Hilo Municipal Golf Course. HIAC provides high-quality adult care for elders and challenged adults, as well as support for their families in order to ensure continued living at home. Pictured are, front row from left, Richard Onishi, tournament chairman; Komeiji; Marcie Saquing, HIAC executive director; (back row) HIAC board members Jon Miyata, Jay Ignacio and Francis Rickard.
The largest forests of sandalwood on the planet once grew in the Hawaiian Islands.
The Tribune-Herald each Saturday is publishing a photo from the Lyman Museums John Howard Pierce Photography Collection. The Kona Historical Society generously donated the collection in 2007. The museum is seeking help identifying the people and places in the pictures, most of which are from the 1960s and 70s. Those with information about the subjects in the photos can contact the museum at 935-5021 or firstname.lastname@example.org. See identified photographs on Facebook at tinyurl.com/piercephotoid. THIS PHOTO (NO. 18943) was captured Nov. 15, 1967.