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Prominent Honolulu lobbyist John Radcliffe, whose colon cancer has spread, became the first state resident Wednesday to start the application process.
Updated: The Big Island prosecutor and the Hawaii Innocence Project question his motives, but Mike Heavey presses on with a campaign to reopen the notorious 1991 murder case.
The state estimates around 40 people will use the new law to seek medical assistance to end their lives next year.
Some of us live closer to our jobs than ever. But it’s taking longer to get there. And the cost in lost time, dollars and home life is heavy.
But in the face of a harsh audit of the program last week, some lawmakers were skeptical that there has been such a swift turnaround.
The Kaneohe woman says her son’s condition has deteriorated, partly because Hawaii allows people as young as age 15 to refuse inpatient psychiatric treatment.
OnTrack focuses on getting those with a severe mental disorder back to school or work, and helping them restore their relationships.
Scientists are using the unusual fish to study how a low-carb diet helps perk up behavior in fish as well as humans.
The state agency overseeing adult care homes says it is improving its practices and there is no risk to the health or safety of the patients.
Warriors at Ease is uniquely designed to accommodate service members who may suffer from PTSD and other mental and physical concerns.