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  1. Hawaii's confirmed mumps cases grows to 27 for the yearRead the original story

    Friday May 12 | West Hawaii Today

    Hawaii health officials have announced that four new mumps infections are being treated, bringing this year's total to 27 confirmed cases as of Thursday. The new Hawaii cases were reported on Oahu.


  2. 1 year jail for stealing from homeless outreach nonprofitRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2017 | West Hawaii Today

    An Oahu woman must spend a year in jail for stealing more than half-a-million dollars from a nonprofit organization that helps homeless families. The state attorney general's office announced Tuesday that a judge sentenced Sophina Placencia to a year in jail and four years of probation.


  3. Lawsuit: Autistic student raped classmate while aide nappedRead the original story

    Feb 14, 2017 | West Hawaii Today

    An autistic high school student raped a classmate while the adult assigned to monitor him was taking a nap, said a federal lawsuit accusing Hawaii's statewide school district of negligence. The autistic student had a full-time one-on-one aide because he was known to be violent, the lawsuit filed Monday said.


  4. Boys soccer: Hawaii Prep wraps up perfect BIIF season with DII titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2017 | West Hawaii Today

    Austin Schneider's well-struck, arching corner kick found the far side and the foot of his brother Jake Schneider, who one-touched the ball, neatly tucking it in between neatly goalkeeper and goal post. Austin Schneider also bagged two goals Friday night, walking over to the sideline to celebrate with HPA fans at Paiea Stadium after each, and Ka Makani put the finishing touches on a near-perfect BIIF season with a 3-1 victory against Kamehameha to repeat as Division II champions.


  5. Hawaii's largest solar farm goes online in west OahuRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2017 | West Hawaii Today

    Eurus Energy America Corp., of San Diego, announced Wednesday that the solar project on the western side of Oahu is now online, The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported . The facility is jointly owned by affiliates of Eurus and Toyota Tsusho America Inc. The 27.6-megawatt solar facility has the potential to power more than 4,500 homes.


  6. 3-for-3: Hawaii Prep downs Makua Lani to reach title gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | West Hawaii Today

    There's a saying in sports that it's hard to beat a good team twice. It's even more difficult to do it thrice, but that's the situation Hawaii Preparatory Academy faced against Makua Lani in the BIIF Division II semifinals on Tuesday.


  7. New Hawaiian Affairs trustee foiled Native Hawaiian electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2017 | West Hawaii Today

    The man who thwarted an effort to hold an election for Native Hawaiians is the newest trustee of the public agency that provided $2.6 million for the failed self-governance vote. Kelii Akina was elected in November as an at-large Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee, unseating Haunani Apoliona, who was a trustee since 1996.


  8. Fire scorches 1,000 acres of Waianae forestRead the original story

    Nov 20, 2016 | West Hawaii Today

    Sixteen firefighters from the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife continue to fight a wild fire burning in the Waianae Kai Forest Reserve on Oahu's leeward coast, the Department of Land and Natural Resources said in a press release Saturday. The fire which started on grasslands two days ago, spread into the reserve on Friday and as of mid-day has burned 1,000 acres.


  9. HHSAA football: Waiakea eye state spotlight with trip to CampbellRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | West Hawaii Today

    Walking up the hill to Ken Yamase Memorial Stadium Waiakea High School, the sounds of a coach's whistle and the cracking of pads fill the air, unmistakable hints of a football practice. Yes, and senior linebacker Chance Silva-Borero has been here every step of the way the past four seasons with coach Moku Pita, and the way he sees it the program's cultural shift is complete, on and off the field.


  10. Meeting the needRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | West Hawaii Today

    Last spring, when he heard the CEO of Queens Hospital discuss the need for more primary care physicians in North Hawaii - and pinpointed care for Native Hawaiians in particular - he felt for his people and knew he had to help. An Oahu resident, Dr. Akaka now travels to the Big Island one week each month to work at the North Hawaii Wellness and Primary Care Clinic in the Hale Ola Pono building in Waimea.


  11. Florida-based NextEra pulls out of Hawaii energy projectsRead the original story

    Jul 23, 2016 | West Hawaii Today

    Florida-based NextEra Energy is further cutting its ties with Hawaii after ending its plans to merge with Hawaiian Electric. The company pulled out of several projects including a study exploring the possibility of an undersea power cable between Oahu and Maui, which could - if eventually built - help the state meet its renewable energy goals.


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