Preserving and restoring reef ecosystems could help slow the loss of those islands, however, researchers say.
A return to simple family pleasures has been one of the few bright lights of the pandemic.
The number of infections documented in Hawaii has surpassed 15,000.
Most other police departments across the country prohibit this obvious problem. A new lawsuit illustrates why HPD needs to prevent officers from using their powers to settle personal scores.
More than 600 dogs and cats were airlifted from Hawaii to the mainland this week.
When he’s not shooting nature, he’s dispelling conspiracy theories and issuing forecasts on Facebook.
A judge in Northern California decided the U.S. Treasury cannot block prisoners from claiming the payments.
UPDATED: The group who filed the case was “shocked and enraged” by the decision and is now considering what to do next.
Mass testing of 1,011 Hawaii inmates at Saguaro was completed Thursday.
Lanai has reported 94 cases since last week, including 30 students.
The state’s largest private employer before COVID-19 struck, Hawaiian Airlines business took a nosedive in the third quarter of 2020.
This is what the pollsters got wrong. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry.
The statewide police union doesn’t want the public to have access to the arbitration decision that gave alleged abuser Darren Cachola his badge back.
UPDATED: Hawaii has broken the state record for total number of ballots cast in a general election.
Some women said they were required to wear masks during labor.
At least 30 public school students on Lanai have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
A growing organization is finding ways to keep students with and without disabilities from being socially isolated during the pandemic.
When it comes to races for Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees, many voters leave their ballots blank.
Despite restrictions that have hindered business and a growing homeless population, businesses are moving into Honolulu’s arts and entertainment district.