Hawaii Travel News 12/13/2010
Hawaii’s overall health among best in nation – Hawaii News – Staradvertiser.com
Low air pollution, low prevalence of obesity, and other positive health factors ranked Hawaii number 5 in the nation for overall health.
West Hawaii Today – from archives > Local > Snow on Mauna Kea
The first snow fell this week on the Big Island! Yes, we do get true winter weather at our highest elevations, even on a tropical island.
Honolulu Marathon Attracts 22,818 Entrants – Honolulu News Story – KITV Honolulu
There's been controversy over the womens finish this year, and slightly lower turnout, but it was a beautiful day for the thousands of runners who showed up for the Honolulu Marathon today.
Move To Mountain West And Big West Will Cost UH | KHON2 Hawaii’s News Leader
Big changes for the University of Hawaii athletics department as UH moves to the Mountain West conference.
Andy Irons’ Widow Gives Birth – Sports News Story – KITV Honolulu
The surfing community is still feeling the loss of Andy Irons after his death last month, as his wife Lyndie gives birth to their first child. His name is Andrew Axel Irons, a fitting tribute to his father.
Rain, Winds Cause Damage, Outages – Honolulu News Story – KITV Honolulu
Wet weather on Kauai and Oahu is now moving down the island chain to Maui County. The Big Island summits are scheduled for the first snow of the season tonight as well, and possibly hail!
Poipu Bay Golf Course to reopen Dec. 16 | Pacific Business News
Good news for golfers on the Garden isle – the Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course reopens next week.
Maui Man Plans Yearlong Shirt Showcase
Maui resident Erik Blair is starting a year-long quest to wear a different shirt each day in 2011, highlighting local businesses and donating the shirts to charity at the end of the year.
UH Cancer Center gets anonymous gift | Pacific Business News
Wow! An anonymous gift of over half a million dollars came in to the new UH Cancer Center.
Pearl Harbor Survivors Gather 69 Years Later – Honolulu News Story – KITV Honolulu
Hawaii remembers the attack on Pearl Harbor and the new visitor center is open to the public.
VIDEO: Eclectic Pahoa Holiday Parade sambas through Puna » Big Island Video News
Wow, eclectic is right! Holiday parades happened throughout the state this weekend and will continue until Christmas. Mele Kalikimaka!
Meeting to address overfishing of bigeye – Hawaii News – Staradvertiser.com
Hawaii's longline fisherman reached their quota for ahi (tuna) on Nov. 22nd this year, earlier than ever. Traditionally ahi sashimi is a popular dish at New Year's for families in Hawaii. Overfishing is a huge problem not just in Hawaii, but worldwide.