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The new session of the U. S. Congress gets underway tomorrow. Among those being sworn in is the new representative of Hawaii's second congressional district. Tulsi Gabbard sat down with HPR's Sherry Bracken to talk about her priorities in Congress.
As we go into a long holiday weekend, Hawaii Island's police force is especially concerned about people driving under the influence. From the Big Island, HPR's Sherry Bracken explains…
Hawaii Island residents will hold their own memorial service this week for Senator Daniel Inouye. While each of the islands holds its special ties to the late Senator, he leaves a special legacy on the Big Island. HPR's Sherry Bracken explains…
Hawaii County residents are hearing more about a study on local agriculture. The County commissioned the study to determine how much food eaten on the island is actually produced there. It's a first step in taking a closer look at food self sufficiency. From Hawaii Island, HPR's Sherry Bracken tells us more.
Farming is still a big part of Hawaii's economy. That's especially true on Hawaii Island. According to a report this year, the Big Island stil has a lot of room to grow more crops. HPR's Sherry Bracken has more about the state of agriculture on Hawaii Island.