U.S. Navy Investigating Fuel Leak at Red Hill

Water and fuel mixture exits a drain line in Oahu. The U.S. Navy is investigating the leak of water and fuel from a drain line at the Red…

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Hawaii Experiences 6.2 Earthquake Off Coast

Reports of “slight damaged” from quake southeast of Naalehu, Hawaii. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) announced a 6.2 magnitude earthquake occurred off the coast of Hawaii on Sunday.…

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Interior to Update Native American Grave Protections

Seeks to streamline the return of stolen artifacts to Native Hawaiians.  The Department of the Interior announced last week that it had begun a series of conversations with…

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Russia’s Military Exercising Near Hawaii

One of largest naval exercises since end of the cold war. Russian ships are conducting military exercises off the coast of Hawaii, sending U.S. Air Force jets scrambling.…

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Interior Returns Land to Hawaiian Natives

Land expected to provide homesteads to 200-400 families. The Department of the Interior announced on Monday that it would be transferring 80 acres of federally held land to…

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HUD Provides COVID Relief for Native Hawaiians

President’s American Rescue Plan invests $5 million for housing. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge reported the investment of $5 million in funding for Native Hawaiians. The…

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Unidentified Remains of U.S. Troops Returned to Hawaii

Military personnel repatriated who died and were buried in the Philippines during the Second World War. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency recently repatriated the unidentified remains of U.S.…

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Veterans Celebrate 75th Anniversary of the End of WWII

COVID-19 dampens but won’t undermine the Hawaiian ceremony. The event, scheduled for September 2nd, was planned as a showstopping celebration that U.S. veterans had been looking forward to…

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