A new study from the University of Hawaii at Manoa may have you second guessing the fish you eat.
UHM researchers C. Anela Choy and Jeffrey C. Drazen say large predatory fishes found in waters around Hawaii are eating large amounts of plastic and other marine debris. These fishes include tuna and billfish.
The researchers say the fish that ate the most plastic were opah, also known as moonfish.
Scientists think either the fishes are coming to the surface to feed, or the debris is sinking into the deep ocean.
It's still not known what effects fishes eating plastic has on people who eat the fishes.
Sources tell KHON2 that state Department of Health Director Loretta Fuddy died in a plane crash off Molokai.
Loretta Fuddy devoted 30 years to the health and human services industry.
There's a grinch at the Hawaii State Veteran's Cemetery. At least, that's what those who have loved ones buried there are saying. They've been told their holiday decorations at gravesites will have to come down.