Ulupö heiau on Windward Oahu is said to have been built by whom?
Chief Kahekili
Kamehameha the First
Danny Kaleikini
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HI: 4 Resolutions Could Propel Tax Extension for HART

Oct. 21--Some key state and city leaders are voicing support for another tax extension to help fix rail's latest financial problems, even though the project's board chairwoman said earlier this year that state lawmakers likely would reject such a move. "It'll be challenging again, but I'm sure I feel comfortable that it'll proceed," state Sen. Lorraine Inouye said Thursday at a groundbreaking for three more rail stations.

Charges dismissed against HPD officer for DUI, hit-and-run

A state judge has permanently dismissed drunken driving and hit-and-run charges against Honolulu police officer Brent Sylvester because the prosecutor had been unable to present certain key witnesses to testify against Sylvester in court. Sylvester was supposed to stand trial in Kaneohe District Court on Tuesday for operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant and for leaving the scene of a traffic accident that resulted in injury.

Marine helicopter hits Oahu power line, forced to land

The Marine Corps says a helicopter hit a power line in Hawaii, forcing it to land on Oahu's North Shore. He says the UH-1Y helicopter was on a regularly scheduled flight in a training area when the incident occurred Tuesday night.

President Obama made a workout playlist, and we'd definitely break a sweat to it

President Barack Obama plays golf with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, right, Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014, on the Marine Corps Base Hawaii's Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course in Kaneohe, Hawaii during the Obama family vacation. Clearly, the first lady's attempts to get America up and moving are working on the leader of the free world, as well.

Hawaii shores up concussion policies

Until this year, Hawaii's push for increased awareness and education paralleled that of most other states. With the passage of legislation updating the original 2012 concussion education act, Hawaii is moving to the forefront policy-wise.

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Tuberculosis is an extremely contagious bacterial infection that is transmitted through the air. Tuberculosis infection TB is present in about a third of the global human population, though 90% of people infected with tuberculosis will never have clinically evident or "active" tuberculosis. Most people's immune response keeps the infection from causing symptoms or spreading to others, leading to a condition called latent tuberculosis infection. In some people, however, a person may develop active TB soon after infection or their latent infection may become active when their immune system weakens. This will lead to serious symptoms and can easily be spread to others. It is extremely important to undergo treatment for active tuberculosis infection immediately, to remove the bacteria from your body and reduce the risk of infecting others.