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The changing mating calls of the Pacific field cricket are just one example of rapid evolution, which is increasing in response to climate change.
Hundreds of people taken by police to the hospital for psychiatric care go on to repeated hospitalizations or brushes with the law.
But low-level offenders, who were supposed to get services instead of jail time, still aren’t eligible for the new program.
Aaron Salazar’s family has finally gotten the FBI to intervene in a mysterious incident that Amtrak contends was a suicide attempt.
A new network of providers and social workers is teaming up to get mental health patients the treatment they need.
WWVH has been keeping track of time for the world for the past 70 years.
The POW/MIA forensic lab in Hawaii has more than 1,400 service members who have been missing in action, some for decades.
Police say the Kaiser grad leapt out the window of a moving train in an attempted suicide. His Hawaii family says he was targeted for being gay.
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