Closing arguments made in Red Hill lawsuit trial

A lawsuit trial brought by families affected by the Red Hill water crisis against the federal government under the Federal Tort Claims Act saw both sides make their closing arguments Monday.

Summer 2023 was the hottest in 2,000 years, study says

LONDON — The intense northern hemisphere summer heat that drove wildfires across the Mediterranean, buckled roads in Texas and strained power grids in China last year made it not just the warmest summer on record – but the warmest in some 2,000 years, new research suggests.

Coffee marathon returning to Kona town

The 27th Annual UCC Coffee Kona Marathon is moving back to Kona after staging the race on the Kohala Coast for the last few years. The race will take place on Saturday, June 21, 2025 with a new resort partner—Royal Kona Resort and Spa.

Fans flood the stands for Clark’s WNBA debut

UNCASVILLE, Connecticut — The Caitlin Clark era in the WNBA began to fanfare and a sold-out crowd on Tuesday, as fans piled into Mohegan Sun Arena to witness what they believe is a turning point for women’s basketball.