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A 9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel Monday heard arguments in Hawaii’s lawsuit to block key parts of the executive order restricting travel and immigration from countries.
Should remarks the president made before and after taking office be considered by judges deciding on a challenge to the executive order?
An annual statewide count found that Hawaii’s homeless population dipped for the first time in eight years, even as it rose slightly on Oahu.
The frozen tuna imported from Indonesia was sold from April 27 to Monday, according to the state Health Department.
Legislation that would have provided support for a team of researchers at the University of Hawaii at Hilo failed to make it out of committee.
The City Council approves a resolution calling for a limit on cooperating with the federal crackdown on immigration.
As state health officials try to balance public education with preventing panic, some critics believe the state should have addressed the issue more vigorously earlier.