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Gabbard-Hirono crash hits Hawaii | The hill

The Hawaiian delegation to Congress has long been known as one of Washington's closest associates. However, this tradition has been shaken this week as the Republican Tulsi Gabbard Tulsi GabbardHouse approves the Democrats' new Dem rules package. Make a list and double-check. Whip List: Who's on and off in the 2020 race? MORE publicly criticized Sen. Sen. Mazie Hirono Mazie …

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The arrival of bee mites in Hawaii causes pathogenic changes in honeybee predators

Kevin Loope digs a Yellowjacket nest in Volcano, Hawaii. Picture credits: Jessica Purcell, UC Riverside. The reddish-brown Varroa mite, a parasite of honeybees inadvertently introduced on the Big Island of Hawaii in 2007 and 2008, is about the size of a pinhead. However, the effects there are of concern to entomologists, as the mite is found almost everywhere where honey …

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Nancy Pelosi's office will not comment on her farewell vacation in Hawaii

N Ancy Pelosi, the House's next speaker, allegedly sparks the closure of the government in a Hawaiian resort. A person who answered the press contact number for Pelosis office identified himself as a "press desk". When asked about the leave, she told the Washington Examiner " I'm not allowed to talk about it." She said she would forward a message …

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Ilima-Lei Macfarlane delights Hawaii

HONOLULU – Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (9-0 MMA, 8-0 BMMA) claimed her career and her Bellator belt with an impressive performance on home soil and handed Valerie Letourneau (10-7 MMA, 2-1 BMMA ) The fight against women's airline weights served as the headliner competition on the DAZN-streamed main map of tonight's Bellator 213 event, which took place at the Neal S. Blaisdell …

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Hawaii Seal gets eel nose up

A seal in Hawaii got an eel in the nose. A photograph of the seal shows the eel hanging from one of the nostrils, with the tail end hanging down and the head probably jammed the Schnoz of the seal. The photo was published by the Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program (HMSRP). This is part of the NOAA fishery and …

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Rising tide of garbage? Nets, plastic litter West Hawaii water, shoreline

KAILUA-KONA – The ocean is full of fish. And garbage This is not a new phenomenon, and it is not exactly news that the waters off West Hawaii are not free of hazardous pollutants. However, officials, captains and residents of the region have noticed a marked increase in ship-generated waste over the last few weeks – deteriorating fishing and freight …

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