Coffee leaf rust hits Hawaii Island
Coffee leaf rust hits Hawaii Island

October 30, 2020

A sample of a rust fungus collected at a residence in Hilo has been tentatively identified by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Research Service in Hilo as coffee leaf rust (CLR).

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Public access: Legislation in the works to allow more online participation in government
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More than 83,000 visitors have flown to Hawaii since Oct. 15
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Rocket booster likely caused lights in Hawaii’s night sky

PUC, others respond to Honua Ola’s high court request

Compost facility on hold: Green waste, food scrap shortage could spell doom to $10.5M plant

Oh Buoy! Malama Kai Foundation partners with commercial dive operators for DMB inspections

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Runnin’ with Rani: Applying sports medicine in the workplace

October 30, 2020

It’s no surprise that neck, shoulder, and back pain are common complaints among athletes who are constantly training and racing as they push their bodies to the limit. Just ask anyone who has taken a six-hour bike ride to Hawi about the stiffness and soreness they feel afterwards. How about a distance swimmer or a runner training for a marathon?

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Police seeking missing woman in Mountain View
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HDRC ready to help voters with disabilities

Method Voluntarily Recovering Limited Bottles of Sea Minerals Gel Hand Wash
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TalkStory Productions’ STORY GAME film brings legendary obake tales to life
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Eight more COVID-19 cases for Big Island, 77 total in state
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Program created for displaced workers
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Prince Lot Hula Festival to stream on YouTube, local TV channels
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Hawaii Briefs: October 30, 2020
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Five new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

Police seek credit card fraudster in South Kohala


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