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Kakaako Parks Will Temporarily Close To Clear Homeless Camps Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Kakaako Parks Will Temporarily Close To Clear Homeless Camps

After dog bites, fires and vandalism, the Hawaii Community Development Authority cites safety concerns.

Man Who Disrupted LA-Honolulu Flight Says He Was Hallucinating Christopher Ebdon/Flickr.com

Man Who Disrupted LA-Honolulu Flight Says He Was Hallucinating

He pleaded guilty to interfering with a flight crew, but said he thought he saw a butterfly that “went crazy.”

ACLU Sues To Challenge FDA Limits On Access To Abortion Pill Courtesy of Graham Chelius

ACLU Sues To Challenge FDA Limits On Access To Abortion Pill

A Kauai physician says the federal restrictions prevent women on his island from being able to end pregnancies there.

BYU-Hawaii To Pay $5K To Settle Sex Harassment Lawsuit BYU-Hawaii

BYU-Hawaii To Pay $5K To Settle Sex Harassment Lawsuit

A former student claimed she was sexually assaulted and harassed by her campus job supervisor.

US General: We’ll Fly Where International Rules Allow AP

US General: We’ll Fly Where International Rules Allow

Top commander in region says no changes have occurred since North Korea’s assertion it could shoot down U.S. bombers.

4 Dead In Maui Head-On Collision Wikimedia Commons

4 Dead In Maui Head-On Collision

Several other people were injured in the multi-car accident.

 

Groups Say They’ll Challenge Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Groups Say They’ll Challenge Trump’s Latest Travel Ban

The new restrictions impact citizens of Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.

Telescope Project Still Faces Fight From Hawaiian Opponents Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Telescope Project Still Faces Fight From Hawaiian Opponents

Protesters were able to delay construction atop Mauna Kea two years ago. They’ll likely try to do so again.

Sea Critters Hitchhiked Across The Pacific On Tsunami Debris AP

Sea Critters Hitchhiked Across The Pacific On Tsunami Debris

The 2011 Japanese tsunami launched the largest and longest marine migration ever documented.

Hawaii Land Board Grants Permit To Build Thirty Meter Telescope Courtesy TMT International Observatory

Hawaii Land Board Grants Permit To Build Thirty Meter Telescope

UPDATED: Plans for the $1.4 billion telescope have caused bitter divisions, with some Native Hawaiians saying it will desecrate Mauna Kea.

Turkish Man To Plead Guilty To Disrupting Hawaii Flight Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Turkish Man To Plead Guilty To Disrupting Hawaii Flight

He tried to force his way to the front of a plane flying from Los Angeles to Honolulu. Now he faces deportation.

Lawsuit Seeks Stronger Rules For Red Hill Fuel Storage Tanks PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Lawsuit Seeks Stronger Rules For Red Hill Fuel Storage Tanks

State says it already is drafting more stringent regulations for the facility near Pearl Harbor.