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A legislative working group wraps up its recommendations for what should be considered at the session starting in January.
A by-the-numbers look at the medical marijuana landscape now that dispensaries have opened on Oahu and Maui.
Cannabis advocates may try to strengthen patient protections in workplaces and public housing during the next legislative session.
Government officials can do more to encourage public participation — and citizens need to stay engaged, conference participants say.
Hawaii schools have joined a growing educational movement that emphasizes “whole child” development, not just academics.
A tiny ear structure that weighs less than a grain of rice held the secret to a 1,200-pound fish’s age.
Several legislative proposals to license people who assist with births, often at home, have failed. Another may be coming next session.
UH professor Craig Santos Perez has an eye on his 3-year-old daughter in his latest book.
In a letter to university officials, the physicans said they were worried about patient safety and a lack of resources.
More than 30 newsroom staffers have lost their jobs at Hawaii’s biggest newspaper in the past year amid ongoing contract negotiations.