Top of 2015

See the stories that made the News' headlines in 2015.

The News' top stories of 2015.

At the end of a year, we here at the News like to look back at what made the headlines over the past 12 months. And oh what a year it was. From airports to waterbombers, 2015 was a busy, news-filled year.

Join us in taking a look back:

1. Airport expansion

2. Hawaii Mars

3. Dog Mountain fire

4. Hugginz Highway

5. Water

From all of us at the News, we hope you have a safe New Year’s Eve and a happy New Year.

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