12 added to Hawai'i Register of Historic Places
Presidential inaugurations were more of a staid affair back in the day. Black was a popular color of choice among first ladies, as seen here by Edith White Bolling Galt Wilson, the second wife of President Woodrow Wilson, on the way to his second inauguration in March 1917.
First lady fashions on Inauguration Day run the gamut through the years.
The state land department says researchers are seeing unprecedented coral bleaching at Molokini Crater, a place frequented by visitors each year.
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