Mike Hashimoto was accused of sexual misconduct by a patient three years ago. The still unresolved case highlights problems within the state agency that regulates licensed professionals.
Her son was one of five teenagers who robbed and shot a Pearl City man during a home invasion 19 years ago. Now the victim has wound up with her house as part of his restitution claim.
Large gashes in acacia trees, whose bark is reportedly hallucinogenic, were first noticed in December by Manoa residents.
The ACLU argues the bills, which would require manufacturers to place blocking devices on computers and phones, are unconstitutional.
Federal officials have told the Hawaii Department of Human Services to stop using the reports outside of child abuse investigations
A lawsuit by a Kentucky couple alleges that an Arkansas attorney offered to fly a Marshallese birth mother to the U.S. despite a treaty that bars such travel
A Civil Beat investigation found frequent shortcomings with how Hawaii’s education department handles workers’ comp claims.