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The young Big Island family is the third party since February 2019 to sue a restaurant over uncleaned produce that has caused the potentially fatal disease.
Legislators kicked off the 2020 session united with the governor to tackle the cost of living. The question is whether their bold ideas will become reality.
The state senator who’s now running for Congress is no stranger to war. But he wants to restrict the president’s ability to take military action without the approval of Congress.
If you buy from a business that must pay the GET, you don’t have to also pay the use tax on purchases.
Unfortunately, not everyone chooses to embrace innovation unless required by management.
In saving our native animals, we are also able to save ourselves from mistakes our own species have made.
Even at my age, that is what I’d truly like to do. But the company, in an act of blatant discrimination, says I’m too old.
Hawaii’s four mayors have transportation initiatives on the brain in 2020, their latest requests to state lawmakers show.
After a guard noticed the smell of marijuana, he then looked inside the vehicle and saw the ordnance.
The preliminary report also said that the helicopter’s pilot was on his eighth and final scheduled 50-minute tour flight of the day.
Cybercriminals are sneakier now than just a Nigerian prince pleading for help.
Studies suggest non-contact visits can be harmful for families, especially children.
Students need alternative ways beyond college counseling centers to address their mental health needs.
The immediate goal of the five-year plan is to increase the number of pre-K classrooms in the state by 100 a year.
In an unusual display of pre-session unity, top state officials and business leaders have largely agreed on a plan aimed at bringing down Hawaii’s high cost of living.
The Trump administration has launched an all-out assault on federal environmental regulations, including the Endangered Species Act.
State corrections officials, who unsuccessfully sought funding to build a new facility, are proposing construction of an annex to the overcrowded Hilo jail.
Thousands are expected to rally for the Legislature’s opening day with a strong push to get out the vote.
We answer reader-submitted questions about man-of-war invasions, carbon offsets, Zika outbreaks and an inter-island ferry system.