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Hawaii’s only public hyperbaric treatment facility was serving about one diver per week suffering decompression sickness.
The research is particularly vital for Hawaii, where one in seven residents have chronic kidney disease.
The state’s campaign finance watchdog says Mayor Alan Arakawa gave thousands of dollars to nonprofits in violation of state law.
Ford Fuchigami will become the governor’s administrative director Nov. 1.
County councils say state lawmakers should follow open meeting laws, even though they’re not legally required to.
Patricia Morgan wants to boost Stevenson Middle School’s STEM program and “Innovative Invention Imaginarium.”
Abigail Kawananakoa, 91, weds Veronica Gail Worth, who is at the center of a battle over control of millions of dollars.
Responding to a Civil Beat request, the city had intended to release the identities of all officers except those currently “deep” undercover.
The UH and two companies are developing a heat-resistant vaccine that might protect against three of the most common strains.
Some of the islands’ top public employees stack up well, even with our high cost of living. Others, not so much.
Lawmakers and their staffs got briefed Tuesday on a possible North Korea attack, but the public wasn’t invited.