HONOLULU Gov. David Ige said Friday he and other state employees received death threats amid the heated debate over building a giant telescope on the states highest peak.
KAILUA-KONA Stepped-up traffic enforcement efforts since mid-August on Daniel K. Inouye Highway near Maunakea Access Road have resulted in the issuance of 2,237 citations and arrest of 24 persons amid the Thirty Meter Telescope protest.
HONOLULU Native Hawaiian opponents of a giant telescope planned for Maunakea plan to protest outside the California home of one of the observatorys major backers.
HONOLULU The man in charge of research and innovation at the University of Hawaii says theres more at stake in the Thirty Meter Telescope impasse than the loss of an important astronomy outpost.
HONOLULU Hundreds of vehicles began leaving Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai at 9 a.m. Sunday, with people shouting ku kiai mauna as they headed toward Maili.
Authorities are in the process this morning of tearing down an unpermitted structure along Daniel K. Inouye Highway near Puuhuluhulu.
Hawaii County Police released the number of citations issued on Daniel K. Inouye Highway from Aug. 29 to Sept. 5.
MAUNAKEA The demonstrators occupying Maunakea Access Road have thinned to a skeleton crew after the start of the school year, but students and teachers still find time to return to the mountain.
HILO The second week of enhanced traffic enforcement on Daniel K. Inouye Highway near Maunakea Access Road has netted more citations, arrests and criminal charges than the first week, the Hawaii Police Department said in a statement Thursday.
HILO Although the deadline to begin construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope was pushed back until 2021, project authorities believe a decision about the projects future will have to be made soon.
HONOLULU For the second month in a row, the University of Hawaii Board of Regents has postponed decision-making on a new draft of rules governing public and commercial activities on Maunakea.
HONOLULU When starlight from billions of years ago zips across the universe and finally comes into focus on Earth, astronomers want their telescopes to be in the best locations possible to see whats out there.
HILO An overflow crowd of about 200 people packed a Hilo courtroom and an adjacent hallway as nine kupuna were arraigned this morning on charges they obstructed Maunakea Access Road on July 17 to prevent construction vehicles and workers from scaling Maunakea to build the Thirty Meter Telescope.