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Criminal charges were recently dismissed. But a judge will decide whether prosecutors can still pursue a case that goes to the heart of Hawaii’s self-defense laws.
“A big concern of mine is maintaining the quality of life and not being in a position where my kids feel a sense of lack.”
Times have changed since the redevelopment of Sherwood Forest was first discussed. These days, many residents just want to hang onto what they already have.
A Moanalua High School graduate finds success — and an Emmy Award — in the revolutionary business of social media advertising and promotions.
It’s about creating jobs, respecting and preserving culture, and exploring the universe.
To encourage civic engagement among Gen X and Z, go to the groups and join the platforms they use.
Research shows that the deaths are not necessarily due to anxiety, panic, fatigue, inexperience or rebreathing carbon dioxide.
Late lobbying from the wireless industry led to an 11th-hour attempt to defeat House Bill 702. Now it awaits a decision by the governor.
The column offered a perspective that no one else has written about.
Federal officials just cut nearly $1 billion for California’s ambitious high-speed rail project, but local leaders say Honolulu is better poised to secure its remaining cash.
It’s been a hot-button issue on the island for decades, but many say the problem has grown worse as more tourists are drawn to the site of the lava eruptions.
It takes practice to cruise successfully with the little ones. No-distance grandparents get that, while long-distance ones are always relearning.
The Hawaii Firearms Coalition says it’s trying to find out why the state is retaining registered gun owners’ fingerprints.
Regulators are updating the one flight manual that governs the state’s air tours, but the public won’t get to participate.
Hawaii News Now reporter Lynn Kawano had said the move to call her to the stand was retaliation for her prior coverage.
The measure also includes $2 million to temporarily house 248 additional Hawaii inmates at a private prison in Arizona.
Lynn Kawano of Hawaii News Now says in court records that the Kealohas are trying to stop her from covering the trial because of her investigative reports.
UPDATED: Proposed new tuition rates being considered by the Board of Regents seek to reverse declines in graduate student enrollment.
The end of the school year is a time when many children and teens exhibit heightened problems and more frequent thoughts of suicide.
Marielena Hincapie, head of the National Immigration Law Center, said it is a time of great fear and trauma in many immigrant communities.