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Hawaiʻi high school graduation rate is increasing

By: Chaz Mihara

Hawaiʻi high schools’ graduation rates are on the rise. The state is close to hitting their target goal for 2020.

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Philippine government to shut down ABS-CBN network

By: Ronnie Allen Campman

ABS-CBN, The Philippines’ largest media group, is about to be shut down after complaints were filed by the Duterte administration.


Todd Graham, new head coach, ready to win UH championship 

By: Megan Lucas

The University of Hawaiʻi football program formally introduced Todd Graham as the University of Hawaiʻi’s 24th Head Coach.


The most expensive train

By: Nick Ochs

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


Waimea Valley's Keiki Day

By: Chaz Mihara

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


Gun rights advocates gather in Downtown Honolulu

By: Nick Ochs

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


High Water Line walk in Ward Village

By: Kirsten Sibley

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.

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UH bills half way through the state Legislature

By: Geveva Diaz

Over 2,000 bills were introduced this Legislative session and more than 525 of those bills were UH related.


City officials sue fossil fuel companies

By: Geneva Diaz 

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.

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Decline in rainfall for Hawaiʻi

By: Chaz Mihara

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

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Sinking the sinkhole in Kailua 

By: Kirsten Sibley 

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


The dangers of hiking in Hawaiʻi

By: Keila Lee 

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

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Recent report shows Hawaiian monk seal population increase

By: Geneva Diaz 

There are only about 1,400 Hawaiian monk seals left in the world according to a 2017-2018 study.

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Heavy rains cause uptick in brown water advisories 

By: Nick Ochs

Four simultaneous brown water advisories have been declared statewide in Hawaiʻi. Three islands are affected: Kauai, Oʻahu and Hawaiʻi Island.


A look at car accidents and top vehicle brands

By: Chaz Mihara

There was around two and a half percent drop from 2017 to 2018 from people killed in a car crash.

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