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AP Reporter Recounts Moments After Hawaii Missile Alert AP

AP Reporter Recounts Moments After Hawaii Missile Alert

He joined the impromptu exodus from Honolulu of shaken drivers with one hand on the steering wheel, the other on a cellphone.
US Marshals Return Escaped Psychiatric Patient To Hawaii AP

US Marshals Return Escaped Psychiatric Patient To Hawaii

The killer had walked away from the state hospital in November.
Church: Guam Archbishop Faces New Sexual Assault Allegation Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Church: Guam Archbishop Faces New Sexual Assault Allegation

A relative of the country's highest-ranking Catholic official claimed to local media he was abused in 1990.
Young Monk Seal Dies After Being Found Floating Near Hawaii NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

Young Monk Seal Dies After Being Found Floating Near Hawaii

NOAA officials believe the seal, commonly know as "Kahulu," may have died from a severe infection.
Coral Bleaching, Low Oxygen Levels Getting Worse In Oceans Arcadio Castillo/Smithsonian via AP

Coral Bleaching, Low Oxygen Levels Getting Worse In Oceans

Two new studies report marine life and reefs are growing more vulnerable, thanks in large part to climate change.
New Charges Brought In Honolulu Corruption Case Cory Lum/Civil Beat

New Charges Brought In Honolulu Corruption Case

Man is accused of lying to a grand jury to protect city prosecutor Katherine Kealoha.
Ex-Army Ranger Named Temporary US Attorney For Hawaii Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Ex-Army Ranger Named Temporary US Attorney For Hawaii

Kenji Price has been focusing on white collar criminal defense and commercial litigation at a Honolulu firm.
Foreign Fishermen Settle Human Trafficking Suit AP

Foreign Fishermen Settle Human Trafficking Suit

UPDATED: They claimed they were trafficked through the Hawaii longline fishing fleet and forced to work on a boat.
Coast Guard Cites Fishing Boat For Illegal Foreign Captain Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Coast Guard Cites Fishing Boat For Illegal Foreign Captain

Most boats in the fleet have crews of foreign workers who are confined to their boats for the duration of their contracts

US Appeals Court: Feds Erred In Hawaii Fishery Expansion AP

US Appeals Court: Feds Erred In Hawaii Fishery Expansion

Conservation groups had challenged a rule that doubled limits on how many endangered sea turtles could be accidentally hooked.

Appeals Court: Trump Exceeded Authority With Travel Ban Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Appeals Court: Trump Exceeded Authority With Travel Ban

But the court stayed its decision so the ban remains in effect pending review by the U.S. Supreme Court.

4 Hawaii Lawmakers Have Received Sexual Misconduct Complaints Since 2008 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

4 Hawaii Lawmakers Have Received Sexual Misconduct Complaints Since 2008

But the Legislature says state law requires it to withhold the names of the three House members and one senator.