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The Tesoro oil refinery in Kapolei is still not processing crude oil this morning, two days after a power outage.
Spokesman Lance Tanaka said the plant’s backup generator was offline during the power interruption, so employees had to do an emergency shutdown.
A Honolulu company is helping with the continuing cleanup from the nuclear disaster that struck northern Japan.
CBI Polymers has produced a gel that cleans contaminated vehicles and says it will be used by the Japanese military.
The blue gel is sprayed or painted onto a surface and absorbs contaminated particles. It can then be peeled off and thrown away.
Fifteen hundred acres of farmland in West Oahu have become a development battleground.
And there's a new development in the long-running battle between opposition groups and D.R. Horton Schuler Division.
This fall, Hawaii will gain a science museum that’s also a technology exposition … and a local job fair.
It’s called “SEE-IT” – or Science and Engineering Exposition and Innovative Technologies – and it opens at the Hawaii Convention Center in November, in time for APEC.
The Honolulu Division of the FBI is moving from the Prince Kuhio Federal Building to a new field office in Kapolei.
Local FBI agent and spokesman Tom Simon says the roughly 200-member staff in the Honolulu office is simply bursting at the seams.