Two of Central New York’s last remaining Pearl Harbor survivors visited Hawaii on the 73rd anniversary of the infamous attack by the Imperial Japanese Navy on the United States’ naval base. While it was 91-year-old Syracuse resident Ed Stone’s 10th visit to Pearl Harbor, it was the first time 94-year-old Larry Parry of Baldwinsville had returned to Hawaii since World War II.
From an early age, Tyler Dickinson has loved working with his hands.
From an early age, Tyler Dickinson has loved working with his hands. At age 13, he helped build custom wooden boats with his friends’ family. Two years later, he started working with his father in the construction industry. Before age 20, he had helped with more than 100 home renovations. He later studied construction management in college.
It'll be the seventh time the First Family will vacation in Hawaii since Barack Obama became president. Click here to watch Ashley Moser's report. In a beachfront Kailua neighborhood, it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Christmas means the Obamas are coming. That's means you'll see blinking no parking signs lining Kailuana Place before you see any twinkling holiday lights ...
Tourism is increasing pressure on Hawaii's spinner dolphins. A new study shows that long-proposed federal regulations to limit daytime access to bays where the dolphins rest are greatly needed, but local, community-based conservation measures tailored to each individual bay will speed their acceptance. A one-size-fits-all approach will not work, authors say.
DURHAM, N.C. -- The best way to protect wild spinner dolphins in Hawaii while also maintaining the local tourism industry that depends on them is through a combination of federal regulations and community-based conservation measures, finds a new study from Duke University.
Researchers working with the University of Hawaii’s Marine Heritage Program have announced the discovery of a “ghost ship” near Oahu. Approximately 20 miles from the coast sits the wreckage of the USS Kailua in about 2,000 feet of water, reports Yahoo! News. The history of the “ghost ship” is well documented. The ship was first Sunken ‘Ghost Ship’ Discovered Resting In The Darkness Near Hawaii ...
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — The USS Arizona is one of the nation's most hallowed sites, an underwater grave for more than 900 sailors and Marines killed when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and sank their ship in 1941.
When you visit Oahu and Maui, you can relive the experiences of the islands’ early settlers who arrived in large ocean-going canoes.Source: